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“From the moment that you lose your health, it is too late.
Health brings a freedom very few realize, until they no longer have it.”

Bikes make humans better, just ask Steve Jobs


“When one compares the energy consumed in moving a certain distance as a function of body weight for a variety of animals and machines, one finds that an unaided walking man does fairly well (consuming about .75 calorie per gram per kilometer), but he is not as efficient as a horse, a salmon or a jet transport. With the aid of a bicycle, however, the man’s energy consumption for a given distance is reduced to about a fifth (roughly .15 calorie per gram per kilometer).


Therefore, apart from increasing his unaided speed by a factor of three or four, the cyclist improves his efficiency rating to No. 1 among moving creatures and machines.” --  Steve Jobs

According to a March report from the World Obesity Atlas (WOA), more than half of the global population—51%, or over 4 billion people—will have obesity by 2035, and the condition will touch all regions and continents of the world.


Thanks to the convenience of technology, our modern lifestyles and drive everywhere car-centric culture, people in the U.S. are more inactive than ever, drowning in an epidemic of preventable diseases. The World Health Organization says inactivity is the 4th leading cause for premature deaths. 3.2 million deaths per year.


We need to change the way we think about health, from a focus on treating disease to a focus on preventing it. That means action on healthy air, healthy water, healthy food and, most importantly, healthy ways to get around like walking, cycling and public transport.



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If you want to find out how cars and traffic are negatively affecting our lives and the steps you can take to change it, view NOT JUST BIKES for alternative solutions.

Get Out There!



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