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Easter Riding Tips

April is always full of anticipation. When it rains, the grass starts to grow and the flowers begin to bloom. Thanks to the rain, spring biking can be the most challenging, but also the most fulfilling activity on a bike all year round.

Not to mention that April is the month of Easter! "April showers bring May flowers", as the old saying goes, and that holds true for most of the continental United States. But we have a new take on the classic proverb - "April showers bring great Easter deals in Troxus"! Troxus has started the Easter Sale on E-bikes and scooters. 100$ OFF for Vulcanus, perfect off-road bike, 200$ OFF for SkyHopper, amazing commuting bike and also 300$ OFF for T1 Pro, best dual battery commuting scooter in the city!

We often discuss the benefits of exercise for an individual's physical and mental health. Several studies have found that combining exercise with exposure to nature can be a magical combination for emotional and mental health. It is considered an important therapeutic factor in any program to treat depression, anxiety and stress. Horseback riding is often associated with being particularly beneficial for good mental health, as it is readily available to most of us. As with other athletic abilities, the rhythmic, aerobic and low-impact aspects of cycling are associated with brain-enhancing benefits.

The best part is that it's quick and easy, especially for city dwellers. It's simple to incorporate it into your daily life by riding your e-bike to work or making a quick trip to the neighborhood store. Avoid traffic, get a new perspective on the city, and save time!

Cycling is a low-impact, healthy sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, from young children to seniors. It's also fun, cheap and environmentally friendly.

Riding an electric bike to work or to the store is one of the most time-efficient ways to incorporate regular exercise into your daily life. An estimated one billion people ride bicycles for transportation, recreation and exercise.

Cycling for health and fitness

It only takes two to four hours a week to improve your overall health. Cycling is considered to be a low-impact exercise.Low impact - it puts less stress on the body and causes fewer injuries than most other types of exercise. Cycling provides an excellent muscle workout because it engages all major muscle groups as you ride.Unlike several other sports, cycling does not require a high level of physical fitness. Most people can ride a commuter bike, and once you learn, you'll never forget it.

Cycling is good for both strength and endurance because it promotes aerobic fitnessCycling can be as strenuous as you want it to be - if you're recovering from an injury or illness, you can start by cycling at a moderate level. Over time, it can gradually increase to a challenging physical workout.

A great strategy for getting fit - the thrill of gliding up hills and outdoors means you're more likely to continue cycling regularly than other physical activities that confine you indoors or require a specific time or place.

Cycling as a means of transportation can replace sedentary activities. Time spent driving a motor vehicle or using a tram, train or bus for beneficial activities.

Cycling for better mental health

It lifts your mood. Regular cyclists often discuss the "cycling high" as opposed to the well-known "runner's high". Cycling circulates blood throughout your body faster, allowing endorphins and other feel-good chemicals (like dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin) to travel faster.It encourages good mental health. Exercise has been shown to improve self-esteem, depression, anxiety and stress, but cycling by its very nature is one of the most helpful exercises for your brain and heart.It can improve your sleep. Regular cycling helps synchronize your biological clock and helps lower stress hormone levels, which make it difficult to get a proper regenerative deep sleep.

It enhances your memory. Cycling helps develop new brain cells that are important for memory.Outdoor cycling enhances creative thinking. The sustained, consistent movement of cycling relaxes the brain and regulates physical and mental performance.

Bicycling encourages new cognitive processes that lead to feelings of peace and well-being. This can be a wonderful way to "isolate". It can also be used for meditation. Tip: Pay attention to your activities, such as every movement of your legs, the rhythm of your breathing, and the breeze on your face. If you focus only on the physical sensations and activities of riding, you may be surprised at how quickly your mind clears.

How frequently should you bike to reap the benefits?

According to scientists, riding at a steady pace for 30-60 minutes straight (no sprinting!) is a healthy balance. Three to five times a week is enough to start gaining an edge. It's an easy and fun way to replenish your mental health first aid kit.

Cycling has several health advantages, and regular exercise can help reduce the risk of many deadly diseases and extend a person's life. For example, cycling can help improve cardiovascular, lung and mental health.

Bicycling is also a great exercise for many people, many of whom may incorporate it into their daily lives. You should take safety measures, such as wearing protective clothing, choosing the right bike, and riding in less polluted areas to make cycling safer.

Happy Easter!

Logging miles on an e-bike in the spring can be difficult due to the uneven weather, but with the right gear and equipment, such as rain jackets and waterproof bags, you can take advantage of this early riding season. Most people will still be sitting at home waiting for the warm, dry weather. But you'll get to exercise and use your favorite e-bike to get ready for summer and see the epic sunset and sunrise views that many will miss.

So don't let a little rain dampen your spirits on your next spring ride. Be sure to also take advantage of our Easter events going on right now.

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