Cycling is one of the most fun and relaxing ways to stay active, and here’s a couple of safety measures to keep in mind if you intend to go on a biking adventure in the summer heat.
Sunscreen is a Must!
Wearing sunscreen is recommended for every outdoor activity, and cycling is no exception. You can also protect your skin from UV rays by wearing lightweight clothes that protect your skin. You also shouldn’t leave your house without a helmet, even if it’s a short ride.
Timing is essential when it comes to your summer bike rides. You only have two options—hitting the road late in the evening or early in the morning, when it’s not too sunny. The second option is much better because you’ll have enough daylight to safely navigate the road.
There’s nothing bad about slowing down your pace once temperatures start rising. It’s much more difficult to fight the heat and stay hydrated during your summer rides, so you shouldn’t beat yourself up for not riding as fast as you usually do.