Cycling in the City – Pros and Cons

With changing global conditions such as increased fuel costs, traffic and parking fees, there has been a shift in how people should keep their jobs, their appointments, and even markets. One of the support area transportation vehicles is bike riding. In many major urban and environmental areas, legislation to protect bicycle lanes and cyclists has gained popularity, and more and more people are put into two wheels instead of four. However, all cyclists and drivers have the advantages and disadvantages to consider.

Pros: Biking is one of the best ways to get around. It's better for the environment, healthier for the driver and cheaper. Most buses are equipped with bike racks and other modes of transportation, such as the metro, allow several bikes per car for people who usually travel longer distances. Bicyclists also see that cities have changed to meet their needs. Cycling-friendly bicycle paths and streets are becoming a part of the city. It is as good as cycling instead of driving, it is better for the environment because it is recommended to exercise for 20-30 minutes a day. One of the biggest advantages of cycling is the lower costs associated with it. Beginning to work saves money because you are not hooked up in fuel-burning traffic, and at the same time it does not pay high fees for parking.

Cons: Cycling in the cities of the West Coast and lighter temperatures is a year-round activity. Many are hardy, especially cycling in the winter months. Bicycling in the city can be dangerous. Insufficient legislation can be problematic for cyclists. At present, besides being a bike owner, it is necessary for bicycles to be awarded a uniform. Most states and provinces do not require helmets, reflective clothing, and signal information. Cars and other vehicles do not require information about bicycle signals that can be confusing and dangerous for cyclists. Many cyclists are very respectful and obey the rules of the city in a city environment that can be very dangerous, especially during rush hours. Sometimes bicyclists who are disrespectful can lead to accidents by taking non-bicycling routes that can lead to accidents such as narrow roads, dark environments and lack of safety equipment.

Biking is a great activity. Healthy, environmentally friendly, affordable and a great way to travel. Bicycles are a great way to have fun outside and make a difference in the world as long as cyclists are dressed appropriately in safety rules such as reflective clothes, clothes, bicycles and helmets.