Covid-19 has made the world less active by instructing individuals to go out only if absolutely necessary! People's physical and mental health can be harmed by a major drop in physical activity and well-being. We can all agree that the lockdown has generated a slew of health issues, including mental tension, obesity, and a variety of aches and pains, but what is the solution?
What could be a better way to reconcile all of this than on the eve of World Bicycle Day? However, you might wonder whether cycling outside is safe? It's a great time to get out with your cycles since the lockdown is being eased out in many states and localities. However, we should remember to wear a mask and maintain social distance according to the COVID-19 norms. Experts also advise that cycling alone is an excellent alternative for keeping people safe. Meanwhile, in the midst of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, you don't need to ride for vast distances; you can only cover the area around your home.
The United Nations General Assembly recognised June 3 to be International World Bicycle Day in April 2018. The World Bicycle Day resolution honours the bicycle's distinctiveness, longevity, and versatility, as well as the fact that it is a simple, economical, reliable, clean, and ecologically friendly sustainable mode of transportation.
World Bicycle Day is increasingly associated with encouraging people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes to live a healthy lifestyle.
The benefits of riding a bicycle – a simple, economical, clean, and environmentally sustainable mode of transportation — are highlighted on World Bicycle Day. Bicycling contributes to cleaner air and reduced traffic, as well as making education, health care, and other social services more accessible to those who are most vulnerable. To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, a sustainable transportation system that supports economic growth, eliminates disparities, and strengthens the battle against climate change is essential.