Cycling to work linked with better mental health

Cycling to work linked with better mental health

Cycling to work has been found to correlate with improved mental health, leading to increased happiness, according to a recent study published by The University of Edinburgh.

The research reveals that individuals who commute to work by bicycle are less likely to be prescribed medications for anxiety or depression compared to those who use alternative modes of transportation.

January 17, 2024 — The Newton-Rider team
The Newton-Rider N1 Helmet -redefining the bicycle helmet

The Newton-Rider N1 Helmet -redefining the bicycle helmet

There's a common perception among cyclists that traditional bicycle helmets are large, stiff, and bulky, threatening to obliterate their carefully curated self-esteem and confidence. Unlike EPS helmets, the Newton-Rider N1 boasts a semi-soft and slender design preserving the personality and awareness of urban cyclists....
Man riding with the newton-Rider N1 foldable helmet

Pedalling in Style

How fashion is part of the cycling experience Cycling transcends mere utility; it is a means of self-expression, interaction with the environment, and a potent vehicle for environmental change. In this discourse, we delve into the profound influence of fashion on the cycling experience, encompassing personal style and...
The SUV Syndrome: Unraveling the Enigma of American Wheels

The SUV Syndrome: Unraveling the Enigma of American Wheels

Greetings, fellow seekers of the road less traveled! Today, we embark on a journey of wit, wisdom, and a dash of irony as we unravel the peculiar fascination that our American cousins seem to have with their big, heavy, and old-fashioned SUVs. As European cyclists, we may raise an eyebrow at this automotive obsession,...
Unveiling a Cycling Utopia: Witness the Transformation of a City's Streets

Unveiling a Cycling Utopia: Witness the Transformation of a City's Streets

Listen to this blog post as a podcast Once upon a time, a transformation was taking place in the bustling streets of a city. People were ecstatic and anticipatory as they observed the beginning of a new era in urban mobility. The city had adopted the cyclist's point of view, opening the stage for a future in which bicycle...