Creative Transportation & Recreation

Getting around whether to go to work or to get out for some recreational fun can be accomplished in a few ways. We can drive, walk or ride a bicycle. Let’s look at trying to be creative with what we do and look at some advantages to how we choose to get around.

Walking or cycling is a good point to look at. These two choices lead to some creative transportation & recreation ideas to enjoy your trips to and from.

Cities Are Making It All Possible
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Many cities now are doing their part to make cycling a part of traveling and doing it safely. They are adding family-friendly trails & bike paths that connect to schools, work & for recreation. A lot of these paths are great walking paths as well.

This will allow you another avenue to take when considering your mode of transportation that is actually beneficial to you physically. A lot of us take for granite what regular exercise will do for you health-wise.

Health Benefits  

Those who add some sort of exercise in their lives contribute to their well-being and could result in fewer hospital visits which reduce some possible bills that only brings stress. It also cuts down on many diseases like heart disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and arthritis. regular exercises like walking and riding bikes also contribute to weight control and bone injuries.

Health Benefits
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Bike riding and walking is a low impact exercise that reduces your chances of serious diseases that lead to heart attacks, strokes, some cancers, depression, diabetes, obesity & arthritis.

The Economy Is Helped As Well

Bicycle-related businesses have had a pretty good impact on millions of dollars being made that resulted in millions of jobs across the board. If you think of it that way the same will apply to the shoe industry because walking shoes are good for you physically if you choose to walk a lot.

Take a recreational bike ride below:



So you see, choosing to walk or ride bikes for a mode of transportation or recreation can be a big plus to all that indulges in the idea. It will be great fun in it as family outings or just for solo adventure & relaxation. Feel free to look around in Ron’s Cycle Plus if you are in need of a good bicycle or accessories for you or a family member.

Thanks for visiting and feel free to leave any questions or comments in the comments section below.

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8 thoughts on “Creative Transportation & Recreation

  1. We need more cycling trams like Europe to make this more appealing and cosmopolitan. If that were to happen, this could really fly. But you have no clue how many times I’ve come THIS close to hitting a cyclist. It’s not their fault or mine. It’s because our local and federal government doesn’t seem to think it necessary to incorporate a safe area into our roads for them to cycle. It would save a ton on gas not to mention making our air more breathable. Those with allergies and asthma would thank us.

    • And the environment could stand a little break and that is for sure. I know at this time cycling is not as safe as it could be. But we as the cyclist must do all we can to make ourselves visible and follow the road laws to the best of our ability. This will help out until more is done about the roadways including cyclist in their plans during construction. A lot of cities are adding paths into their budgets.

  2. I am absolutely amazed at how some of the cities are changing these days in relation to biking. Even Edmonton, where I am now, has gotten on board with this and it wasn’t easy. I eagerly follow cycling on TV (Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, etc) and am thinking of getting a high-quality road bike myself, so I am actively examining the cycling possibilities around where I live. And things are definitely changing. Let’s hope this continues!

    By the way, I really like that video.

    • I know. It is a wonderful thing. The more they do the more a person will be inclined to bike more. I hope you find the bike for you. But before you buy anything click here and check out something. I am sure you will see you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg just to get a good riding bike. Your choice of course, just thought I’d share the information.

  3. I am noticing bicycle tracks near roads on next to sidewalks more and more but they always seem so short… and I … well that’s nice, but that’s a pretty short ride! BUT I have a question, and I’m not sure if you can answer it. How do you measure the proper bike side. I’m pretty tall and I enjoy riding, but I can never seem to get on a bike that allows me to extend my legs out all the way when peddling. I wondered if you could give me some insight about bicycle “sizes” and how to measure for the correct one… OR maybe write a post and send me the link. Thanks

    • That’s true in a lot of places that they have short runs on their paths. But it will get better as more attention is being given to the cycling world. As far as sizing your size bike have a look at this link by clicking HERE where you will see a sizing chart and if you need more help you can go to your local bike shop and they can assist you.

  4. Hello

    Biking or walking is my chosen form of transportation as I do not drive. Taking the bus can be more of a bother than anything. I like to use my bike for both pleasure and transportation. The city I live in has many bike lanes popping up all over so it’s great. This is a great article.

    • Thank you very much. That is how I got started riding bikes. I did not have a car and the bus routes where I live doesn’t get you where you want to go. So you might as well walk or ride a bike. Next thing I knew I was loving the ride. And I’m glad your city is one of the ones that are stepping up with the cyclist in mind.

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