Let Your Love for Them Speak
Who doesn’t love to cycle? It’s the most affordable mode of transportation and one of the easiest ways to lose weight. It is also a great excuse to get some fresh air. There are some fascinating things you probably didn’t know about riding your favorite cycle. Take a look to find out more.
Intriguing and Exciting Story of Bicycles
Do you know what velocipedes are? That is what a regular cycle was called many years ago, as bicycles were discovered years before the word “bicycle.” Interestingly bikes were called Draisine of Dandy horse in 1817 when German Baron Karl von Drass first discovered it.
Some incredible truths
- 133.75 km/h is the fastest recorded speed of a bicycle on a flat surface.
- “Bicyclette” is the French word from which the word bicycle originated.
- John Boyd Dunlop made the most crucial development in the realms of bicycles, which was pneumatic tires.
- Cycling is a great way to reduce the possibility of stroke, anxiety, or heart disease.
Don’t have enough money to buy a bicycle, don’t worry, there’s a solution to that as well in the cycling world- E-bikes! They make daily customers at a meager cost. How many seats do you assume a cycle to hold? There’s a record of a cycle which held 35 positions and was 67 feet long. Around 6 to 20 bicycles can be parked in the parking space of a single car. Bicycles rank first when it comes to transforming energy to travel in comparison to motorcycles, cars, boats, trains, airplanes.
There are more than 20 million bicycles just in the United Kingdom. Cycling requires the same energy that is used to walk, but it is three times faster. Did you know that the resources and energy used in create 100 bicycles is equivalent to creating a single car? Who knew something as simple as cycles could hold so many interesting facts and history to it? Imagine going to school on your velocipedes, right?