Cycling promotes a healthy lifestyle during COVID-19 (part 1)

According to an analysis by Human Powered Solutions, bicycle sales over the past 2 months have witnessed the largest major spike in the United States since the oil crisis in the 1970s. How modest the bike promoted a Modern lifestyle industry? And maybe the cycling trend has just begun?

The bicycle race began in mid-March 2020, when countries began closing the border. Businesses have closed and a ban has been imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus, which causes millions of deaths and hundreds of thousands.

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According to the American Bicycle Union Alliance, between 2001 and 2009, the number of people using bicycles to make 4 billion trips. Bicycles are no longer just a tool for sports but have become a trend. At the present time, bicycles become increasingly popular means of transportation.

As more and more people flock to urban centers, the modern transportation system is increasingly stressful. For city residents, bicycles are an inexpensive and convenient way to navigate busy roads. In some cities, public transport infrastructure is insufficient to meet the more cumbersome means of transportation such as cars and buses; bicycles help fill the void.

And moreover, in the increasingly flat world life, the relationship between continents has no way back. The Corona virus pandemic has been a most powerful demonstration. Exercise addicts are locked in a small space because of the social order of separation. Public transportation fearers and families are going crazy during the Corona virus pandemic. This has created a boom in bicycle sales unprecedented for decades.

The fashion industry soon determined the trend of bicycles and helped make the bike impact public consciousness. In the process, the bike has almost become an accessory. Many fashion experts often joke that you have bags, sunglasses and bicycles.