At bikebook, we believe that cycling is not only a fun and eco-friendly way to travel, but also a great way to stay healthy and active. However, we also recognize that cycling comes with inherent risks, and that’s why we place such a strong emphasis on bike safety.
Our commitment to bike safety is reflected in everything we do. From encouraging consistent bike maintenance to our educational blog posts and expert advice, we aim to provide cyclists of all levels with the tools and knowledge they need to stay safe on the roads and trails. We believe that every cyclist has a responsibility to prioritize safety, and that starts with understanding the risks and taking proactive steps to minimize them. By providing our customers with the tools and knowledge they need to stay safe, we hope to create a safer, more enjoyable cycling experience for everyone.
As the weather gets warmer, more people are taking to the roads and trails on their bikes. While cycling can be a fun and healthy way to stay active, it’s important to remember that safety should always be a top priority. This is especially true for children, who are more vulnerable to injury and less experienced in navigating roads and trails.
One of the most important things you can do to protect yourself and your children while cycling is to wear a helmet. Helmets are designed to absorb the impact of a crash or fall, reducing the risk of serious head injury. In fact, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, helmets can reduce the risk of head injury by up to 85%.
But wearing a helmet is just one part of cycling safety. It’s also important to ensure that your bike is in good working condition and that you’re wearing appropriate clothing for the weather and conditions. That’s why we recommend checking out our blog posts, “The Bikebook 5 Step Safety Check for Your Bike” and “Cycling Clothing Essentials – Summer Edition“.
The Bikebook 5 Step Safety Check for Your Bike outlines the essential steps you should take to ensure that your bike is in good working condition. From checking the brakes and tires to adjusting the seat and handlebars, these simple steps can help prevent accidents and keep you riding safely.
Cycling Clothing Essentials – Summer Edition provides tips on what to wear when cycling in warm weather. From moisture-wicking fabrics to sun protection, this post covers everything you need to stay comfortable and safe during your summer rides.
At bikebook, we’re committed to helping cyclists of all levels stay safe on the roads and trails. Ultimately, our values around bike safety stem from our love of cycling and our desire to share that love with others. We believe that cycling can be a rewarding and enjoyable activity, but only if it’s done safely and responsibly. By putting safety first, we hope to encourage more people to take up cycling and experience the many benefits it has to offer.
Visit bikebook.co.uk today to find your local bike mechanic, and to stay up-to-date on the latest cycling news and tips.