World Cycle Day

In April 2018, the United Nations General Assembly has declared June 3 as World Cycle Day every year. This day, the campaign of climate change activist Professor Leszek Sibilski was declared as World Cycle Day after the support of 56 countries including Turkmenistan.

Isaac Feld, with the assistance of Professor John E. Swanson, designed the logo for the day. It is a symbol of various types of cyclists around the world. Its purpose is to show that the bicycle serves humanity.

Bicycles are a simple, inexpensive, reliable, and environmentally friendly means of transport. Furthermore, it can serve as a tool for development and a source of access to education, health care, and sports.

Cycle use makes the driver aware of the local environment. In addition, bicycle symbolizes sustainable transport and fuel savings.

Habitually fast-cycling helps to reduce body fat levels, which promotes healthy weight management. This increases muscle mass as well as muscle mass so that you can burn calories even while resting.

Bicycling can reduce feelings of stress, depression, or anxiety. Focusing on the road while you are cycling helps to develop concentration and awareness of the present time. This can help you get rid of the mental stress of the day.

One of the main USPs of cycling is that you can start your day with a healthy activity that wakes you up by increasing your circulation and allowing you to start your day.


A number of research studies have shown that cycling can help protect you from serious diseases such as stroke, heart attack, depression, obesity and arthritis. Bike riding is a healthy, fun and easy form of exercise for all ages. In addition, delis like shops, parks, school go easy.

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