Why Cycling Feels So Damn Good

Science confirms what many of us know: Your bike is your happy place. When you ride, you get a spike in neurochemicals such as serotonin and dopamine that relieve pain that improve mood... Full Story

Less than 1 hour of cycling per week slows aging

A study published Tuesday in the medical journal Cell Metabolism shows that cycling three times a week in short, high-intensity bursts for a total of 48 minutes can greatly help reduce the effects of aging at a cellular level in the elderly by boosting energy and reducing frailty. Full Story

Science Explains How Cycling Changes Your Brain And Makes You Mentally Stronger

Research has shown that incorporating cycling into your daily routine is not only healthy for your body, but also your brain! Full Story

What happens to your brain when cycling?

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Why bike riding is being prescribed for kids diagnosed with ADHD

Nearly six million children in the United States have been diagnosed as having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Many parents worry about the medications often prescribed to help the kids, what they might not know is that, help may be as close as their garage. Full Story

Riding Is My Ritalin: How One Cyclist Gained Control Over His ADHD

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