ABCD for cycling

Cycling is good for health. But safety is the another part of our health. Person have to learn ABCD about cycling.

What is ABCD
ABCD means the basic rules of cycling. Person have to careful about the bigning concept of cycling like …..
A stands for Air
B stands for Break
C is for chain and cranks
All these letters become aware a rider about the main things of their riding.

Air:   Before start the cycling, cycling love have to check about the ……
Proper air in the tiers.
If there is some hole then replace it,
Also use a pressure pump to full fill enough air in tiers.

It is necessary to check the break before drive any vehicle
Check out the pads of the breaks. Make sure is it rubbing the tire or not
Check pad adjustment, make sure they are not rubbing the tire.
Handle is in comfort zone to press the break or not
If not then exchange the handle cover with comfortable part

Examine the chain.
Is it easy to move on the another step or not
Pull your crank away the bike
If the crank are loose then tight the bolt

Small ride
Take a quick ride to check up about the basic things of cycle and it is work

Helmet is also the another part of our safety. Be sure you have wear a helmet that is proper and fully comfortable for you.
Find it in right size
The front side should be on gap of 2 inches from your nose and eyes.
Move your neck here and there to ensure the relax ability of your self .

There is no need to wear special cloths for ride a cycle you can easily wear your routine dress as you want.
If bike has no chain guard then safe your clothes and  keep it away from chain.
Avoid to wear tight clothes during cycling because it will create problem during cycling.
In winter season rider should great care about clothing. Necessary to wear gloves, Layer and ear warmer on special season of winter.

Rainy season
In rainy season try to wear bright or dark colors and rain coat also.

Keep aware about the basic concept of cycling and enjoy your ride.

Cycling and sports

Cycling cover the fitness of every part of the body,  Even pro level training to the occasional cyclist wanting to lose some weight. Whether the person is young or old age. we’ve got the information you need to improve your riding

In summer season a person have less chance to go out side and ride for long time. Some time it called as hey fever  When person go out side and make so fun.  Specially in this season cycling work miracle as it lead a person getting more pollen through nose. which triggers and exacerbates symptoms.

Cycling imminence immune system.
Riding bicycle helps in respiration system. The more pollen breath in, is the greater the immune system. It also helps in make the stamina of a person.
In sports and fun as riding more effect full and essential thing is self esteem and confidence.
A combination of self-belief and positivity, confidence allows player to fully focus on executing their physical, psychological and perceptual skills.
It increase the spirit of companion, competition, greater efforts, and improve the strategies
Become perfect in daily race and sport activities
You can spot cyclists lacking in confidence quite easily. The energy that should be going into their
performance is instead spent fighting off anxiety, nerves and negative thoughts, which results in taking overly safe decisions; for example, finishing in the bunch rather than in a break.

Race and ride in smartest way
Work with understanding and increase your confidence will make you more robust and make you to perform in difficult situations.
Essential part for riding are

Have confidence, It makes you perfect to do every thing.
The strongest sources of confidence are mastery and preparation
Have experience by routine schedule.
Have  proper and good commodities while cycling.

Race warm up

According to some psychologists person need mastery as well as mentally and physically prepared. Person should focus on race win, and castrate on other relevant activities, are the lest reliable, for the simple things that they have to apply.  You need much eager confidence for do better in your race activity

Bicycle and its advantages

Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number approximately one billion worldwide. They are the principal means of transportation in many parts of the world.
Cycling is widely regarded as a very effective and efficient mode of transportation optimal for short to moderate distances.

Bicycles provide numerous benefits in comparison with motor vehicles, including the sustained physical exercise involved in cycling, easier parking, increased maneuverability, and access to both roads, bike paths and rural trails. Cycling also offers a reduced consumption of fossils fuels air, or noise pollution, much reduced traffic congestion. These lead to less financial cost to the user as well as to society at large (negligible damage to roads, less road area required, but a many cyclists clustering at peak times create a CO2 issue when exhaling. By fitting bicycle racks on the front of buses, transit agencies can significantly increase the areas they can serve.
Many schools and police departments run educational programs to instruct children in bicycle handling skills and introduce them to the rules of the road as they apply to cyclists. In different countries these may be known as bicycle rodeos or operated as schemes such as Bike ability. Education for adult cyclists is available from organizations such as the League of American Bicyclists.
Beyond simply riding, another skill is riding efficiently and safely in traffic. One popular approach to riding in motor vehicle traffic is vehicular cycling, occupying road space as car does. Alternately, in countries such as Denmark and the Netherlands, where cycling is popular, cyclists are sometimes segregated into bike lanes at the side of, or separate from, main highways and roads. Many primary schools participate in the national road test in which children individually complete a circuit on roads near the school while being observed by testers.

A parking lot for bicycles in Japan.

Bicycle stands outside the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cambridge. Many students at the university opt to travel by bicycle.
Cyclists, pedestrians and motorists make different demands on road design which may lead to conflicts. Some jurisdictions give priority to motorized traffic, for example setting up one-way street systems, free-right turns, high capacity roundabouts, and slip roads. Others share priority with cyclists so as to encourage more cycling by applying varying combinations of traffic calming measures to limit the impact of motorized transport, and by building bike lanes, bike paths and cycle tracks.
In areas in which cycling is popular and encouraged, cycle-parking facilities using bicycle stands, lockable mini-garages, and patrolled cycle parks are used in order to reduce theft. Local governments promote cycling by permitting bicycles to be carried on public transport or by providing external attachment devices on public transport vehicles. Conversely, an absence of secure cycle-parking is a recurring complaint by cyclists from cities with low modal share of cycling.

A bicycle loaded with tender coconuts for sale. Karnataka, India.
Main article: Utility cycling
Utility cycling refers both to cycling as a mode of daily commuting transport as well as the use of a bicycle in a commercial activity, mainly to transport goods, mostly accomplished in an urban environment
Bicycles enjoy substantial use as general delivery vehicles in many countries. In the UK and North America, as their first jobs, generations of teenagers have worked at delivering newspapers by bicycle.

Bicycle Touring
Main article: Bicycle touring

In the Netherlands, bicycles are freely available for use in the Hoge Veluwe National Park.

Tour de Fat group ride in Portland, Oregon
Bicycles are used for recreation at all ages. Bicycle touring, also known as cycle tourism, involves touring and exploration or sightseeing by bicycle for leisure. A brevet or redone is an organized long-distance ride.
Organized rides
Many cycling clubs hold organized rides in which bicyclists of all levels participate. The typical organized ride starts with a large group of riders, called the mass, bunch or even peloton. This will thin out over the course of the ride. Many riders choose to ride together in groups of the same skill level to take advantage of drafting.

Health effects

Woman doing casual cycling in Canada
The health effects of bicycling are a trade-off between the benefits of exercise versus the risks due to pollution, crashes, or injuries.
The health benefits of cycling outweigh the risks, when cycling is compared to a sedentary lifestyle. A Dutch study found that cycling can extend life spans by up to 14 months, but the risks equated to a reduced lifespan of 40 days or less. Overall, benefits of cycling or walking have been shown to exceed risks by ratios of 9:1 to 96:1 when compared with no exercise at all. These studies do not compare cycling with other forms of cardiovascular conditioning that do not come with cycling’s inherent risks


Heavily equipped London cyclist: specialist cycle clothing, pollution mask, dark glasses and helmet.
The physical exercise gained from cycling is generally linked with increased health and well-being. According to the World Health Organization, physical inactivity is second only to tobacco smoking as a health risk in developed countries, and this is associated with many tens of billions of dollars of healthcare costs. The WHO’s report suggests that increasing physical activity is a public health ‘best buy’, and that cycling is a ‘highly suitable activity’ for this purpose. The charity Sustains reports that investment in cycling provision can give a 20:1 return from health and other benefits. It has been estimated that, on average, approximately 20 life-years are gained from the health benefits of road bicycling for every life-year lost through injury.
Bicycles are often used by people seeking to improve their fitness and cardiovascular health. In this regard, cycling is especially helpful for those with arthritis of the lower limbs who are unable to pursue sports that cause impact to the knees and other joints.

Bicycle safety

Virgin Mary venerated as the holy protector of bicyclists on the roads of the mountainous Basque Country
Cycling suffers from a perception that it is unsafe. This perception is not always backed by hard numbers, because of under reporting of accidents and lack of bicycle use data (amount of cycling, kilometers cycled) which make it hard to assess the risk and monitor changes in risks. In the UK, fatality rates per mile or kilometer are slightly less than those for walking. In the US, bicycling fatality rates are less than 2/3 of those walking the same distance

Exposure to air pollution
One concern is that riding in traffic may expose the cyclist to higher levels of air pollution, especially if he or she travels on or along busy roads. Some authors have claimed this to be untrue, showing that the pollutant and irritant count within cars is consistently higher, presumably because of limited circulation of air within the car and due to the air intake being directly in the stream of other traffic. Other authors have found small or inconsistent differences in concentrations but claim that exposure of cyclists is higher due to increased minute ventilation and is associated with minor biological changes.s The significance of the associated health effect, if any, is unclear but probably much smaller than the health impacts associated with accidents and the health benefits derived from additional physical activity