10 Reasons Why People Cycle to Work

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  1. Hi. I’m sorry I missed this at the time. I recently wrote an article on the health benefits of commuting by bicycle, and one or two things I might add are longer life expectancy – I read somewhere that an hour spent cycling adds an hour to your life. Imagine how this adds up as a stressful, static hour in a car might even shorten your life.

    Here is the link (http://commutingbybicycle.com/bike-riding-benefits). I’ve liked you on Facebook and am now following you on Twitter. I think your website is as stylish as the clothes you write about!

  2. John says:

    The journey home is that much better.

  3. John Rawlins says:

    Two other reasons for cycling I have heard from Londoners are: avoid the risk of terrorist bombings, and avoid the risk of catching bedbugs.

  4. Darren says:

    Agree with most off these, but regarding No.4 if your following a roadie you’ve got to watch for the snot rockets. HINT: Never go up the left side of a roadie if his right elbow is raised and he looks like his pointing at his nose!

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