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Ride – Free Adult Bicycle Riding Sessions!
August 26, 2023

Today at the Cross Flatts Park, Dewsbury Rd, Beeston – Cycling – How small changes can make a big impact, improved health and a productive environment.

As an environmentally sustainable organisation, one of our essential priorities is on reducing our environmental impact and creating a more friendly and productive environment. While the links between physical activity and health are well-established, the specific effects of both active transport modes on people’s health can’t be overemphasised, especially as evidence shows that investments that promote safe cycling can play a crucial role in shaping health and mitigating climate.

Why cycling? Well, Cycling is probably the most sustainable urban transport mode, feasible not only for short trips but also for medium-distance trips too long to cover by walking. Cycling causes virtually no environmental damage, promotes health through physical activity, takes up little space and is economical, both in direct user costs and public infrastructure costs. In short, cycling is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.

So, if you’re tired of sitting in traffic or spending your day squeezed onto public transport? Why not try cycling instead? Not only is it a great exercise, but it can also help to reduce your carbon footprint but ensures environmental protection and sustainability.