World bicycle day 2021 is on Saturday, June 3 2021. This day celebrates the uniqueness and versatility of the bicycle and promotes it as a simple, sustainable means of transport.
The bicycle is good for physical and mental health. This day celebrates the diversity and flexibility of the bicycle and promotes it as an easy and stable mode of transportation.
The bike is good for physical and mental health. It is also suitable for the environment and the economy.
Without a doubt, Cycling is a beautiful exercise and keeps you physically fit. It also helps to build a healthy lifestyle.
Suppose you want to be healthy and healthy. In that case, you have to be physically fit.
Regular physical activity can help you protect yourself from many diseases, including obesity, heart disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes and arthritis, and more.
This post will help you know when and why the world bike rides and why it is so important to ride a bike.
History of World Bicycle Day
In April 2018, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 3 as World Bicycle Day. As a result, the United Nations celebrated the first World Bicycle Day on Sunday, June 3 2018, at the UN General Assembly in New York.
This day is the result of a US-based professor Leszek Sibilski’s campaign with his sociology class.
Professor Leszek Sibilski and his sociology class were petitioned to celebrate World Cycle Day by Montgomery College in the US.
Later Professor Sibilski and his style publicized it through social media and celebrated June 3 as World Cycle Day. The expedition received the support of 56 countries, including Turkmenistan.
UN officials, diplomats, athletes, and advocates of the cycling community spoke at the inaugural event in New York, sharing the many ways bicycles serve the people who ride them.
Why Celebrate World Bicycle Day?
A bicycle is a simple, affordable, reliable, and environment-friendly means of transportation. Apart from being a cheaper transport medium, it also protects the environment from being polluted.
In addition, it can serve as a tool for development and a source of access to education, health care, and sport. Finally, a bicycle is a symbol of sustainable transportation and fuel saving.
Importance of World Bicycle Day
Encourages the people to devote particular attention to policies and programmers to include the bicycle in national and sub-national development.
It also urges the member states to improve road safety and integrate it into sustainable cycling mobility to protect pedestrian safety.
It encourages stakeholders to emphasize using the bicycle to strengthen education, prevent diseases, promote tolerance mutual understanding, and facilitate social inclusion.
Encourages the people to adopt best practices and means to develop and promote cycling culture in society.
So, we get to share the road and share your sense of adventure with our flow of bicycling minds.
It’s a great exercise; millions of people worldwide use a bicycle as their primary means of transportation. As a result, they get a healthy dose of physical activity as part of their daily routines.
How is World Bicycle Day celebrated Worldwide?
On this day, in many educational institutes, students can be motivated by speeches about the benefits of bicycles.
Bicycle rally or race is an essential element of this day. You can celebrate World bicycle Day with a ride in support of bicycles.
On this day, you can plan a trip, no matter where you are in the world, to explore the world by bicycle; many bicyclists love to get outside of town to take in the sweeping vistas and wind in your hair excitement of rural bicycling.
Acknowledging the worldwide celebration, the European cyclists’ federation secretary-general Dr Bernhard Ensink says that “cycling is a source for social, economic and environmental benefits, and it is bringing people together”.
World Bicycle Day is the most important day for the world as the UN General Assembly adopted it in April 2018.
So spread the word out to let everyone know about this super cool celebration.
Physical Benefits of Bicycle
Lowers the risk of heart disease; a UK research published last year that Cycling or walking to work can reduce the risk of developing or dying from cardiovascular disease (CVD) or stroke.
By doing Cycling, it can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Research by the University of Southern Denmark reveals that Cycling can help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes; even those who took up regular Cycling at a later age still benefited from a 20% lower risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes non-cyclists.
Cycling reduces extra weight loss; UK researchers who compared the daily modes of transport of nearly 150,000 participants found that Cycling was one of the most effective forms of exercise for keeping trim and losing weight.
For example, those who cycled to work or school had lower body fat than those who walked.
So, we can tell you that there are many benefits of running a bicycle like –
- By Cycling, you can reduce your body fat and weight.
- According to a report, our immune cells are active by running the cycle, which reduces the risk of getting sick.
- Bicycling relieves joint pain.
- By Cycling, the bones of the body are strengthened and also it increases the flexibility of the body.
- According to a report, people who ride a bicycle have a faster brain than others and the chances of expanding the brainpower also increase by 15 to 20 per cent.
- Bicycling helps reduce anxiety and depression and buying a bicycle is not as expensive as a motorcycle or a car, and neither do you need petrol here; your body will be healthy by driving the reverse cycle.
World Bicycle Day Celebration in India
Yet, India is not the most suitable for cyclists. Significant urban growth and high mobility over the years means the longevity of the day.
As a result, cyclists and walkers, tax-paying citizens of India, are side-lined in the name of development.
The Citizen Social Responsibility (CSR) of Hero Cycles, Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India, Sony Pictures, and RBL Bank create awareness, donate bicycles, and flag off expeditions.
However, there is no authentic cycling culture in the cities and towns. However, a growing number of citizens have taken matters into their wheels rather than crying foul.
They are passionate about CSR cycling culture. They are collectively called Indian Bicycle Mayors.
India is a particular case because ours is the largest network of bicycle Mayors in any one country.
Not only is it active in working with local communities, but it is also primarily women; they are proving to be role models for young girls.
What is the theme of World Bicycle Day 2021?
The theme for this year’s World Bicycle Day is providing a simple and sustainable means of transportation. Cycling stimulates your physical and mental health and is good for the economy and the middle.
Remember to be safe, maintain social distancing, and sanitize as you join us in marking this fantastic day.