Are you wanting to try out a new hobby in July? If so, why don’t you try out cycling as it is a highly adaptable form of exercise that can be tailored to various fitness levels, lifestyles, and goals?

Did you know there are a variety of different ways you can cycle from Indoor cycling on a stationary bike, either in a group class or alone at home?! Alternatively, you can pedal outside on a moving bike. Cycling on a regular basis, whether to and from work or on weekends with friends and family, is an excellent way to improve your fitness. In fact, cycling for 30 minutes a day can help you lose weight, improve your health, and reduce stress. Sitting in traffic, on a delayed train, or on a long bus ride can have the opposite effect.
Cycling has several physical and mental health benefits in addition to being a great way to stay in shape. It has been shown to lower the risk of diabetes, obesity, arthritis, heart attack, and depression. This low-impact exercise not only saves money and is better for the environment, but it also works your blood vessels, lungs, and heart. It is critical to stay active in order to stay fit and healthy, and cycling is unquestionably one of the simplest and most effective ways to do so.
Exercise can improve your health in as little as 2-4 hours per week. This low-impact workout is ideal for people who have had previous sports injuries because it puts less strain on the muscles and joints. Walking to and from work is a good way to stay in shape, but cycling, despite requiring little skill, raises the heart rate to a much more beneficial level. There are a variety of cycle plans available for those who want to incorporate such an exercise method into their daily routine.
Why don’t you keep an eye out for the Tour De France for some inspiration or motivation, it’s the world’s most prestigious and most difficult cycling race and attracts the world’s best riders?!
The Tour de France is held every July for three weeks and consists of 20 professional teams of nine riders each. It covers approximately 3,600 km (2,235 miles) and is primarily held in France, with brief visits to Belgium, Italy, Germany, and Spain.