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There’s a brand new world for you to discover when you get in the saddle, whether you’re cycling to school or riding around in your free time with your mates. :)

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Cycling

  1. 1. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY BANGLADESH Course Title: ENGLISH READING SKILLS & PUBLIC SPEAKING Course Code: 1101 Section: A2 Topic: Presentation on CYCLING. Submitted to: RISALA AHMED Course: INSTRUCTOR OF ENGLISH FUSS Submitted by: ISLAM INZAMAMUL ID: 13-24995-3
  2. 2. CYCLING
  3. 3. Why Cycle? Cycling solves so many problems at once: • You’ll get fit – cycling is one of the best forms of exercise you can get. • Cycling is good for the planet – bikes don’t pollute the air with exhaust fumes, the only energy they use is pedal power! • Cycling at least twenty miles a week reduces the risk of heart disease to less than half that for non-cyclists who take no other exercise. • There’s a brand new world for you to discover when you get in the saddle, whether you’re cycling to school or riding around in your free time with your mates. • Cycling gives you loads of freedom – you can pop round to a mate’s house without having to wait for a lift.
  4. 4. Traffic jam is one of the greatest problem.
  5. 5. This is my story **Distance from my home to university is 4.2km Distance from my home to university is 4.2km **By car 35mins+35mins=1hr 10mins of commute By car 35mins+35mins=1hr 10mins of commute *Saving 50mins daily *Saving 50mins daily *4.16hrs in a week *4.16hrs in a week By aabicycle 10mins+10mins=20mins of commute By bicycle 10mins+10mins=20mins of commute IIsave 50mins each day by commuting with my bicycle. . save 50mins each day by commuting with my bicycle
  6. 6. Bicycle Culture is Growing • Increasing congestion on urban roads presents a serious threat to the economic growth and livability of our city regions. Investing in public transport, cycling and walking helps take cars off the road, keeping our cities moving and growing sustainable. • Bicycles are the only vehicle in Dhaka City which has a very unique characteristic feature compared to other vehicles.
  7. 7. Way out from sedentary lifestyle. • Think about only two generations earlier. • Very active, physically. • We are designed to use our body for our daily commutes. • Cycling helps us to put the balance back into equilibrium.
  8. 8. Let’s look out at some benefits • Unlike other high-energy sports, bike riding has a much lower risk of injury as there is none of the physical contact between athletes found in football or rugby, while it is much gentler on the knee and ankle joints than long-distance running. • Biking does not only have to be done as a sport. A study by the International Bicycle Fund found commuters who begin to ride their bicycles to and from work instead of driving lose an average of 13 pounds during their first year of biking. • As road racing is a team-based pursuit, it is an excellent way to develop communication skills and learn to work effectively with other people.
  9. 9. Cycling as an outdoor fun activity for the people of DHAKA. • Social bonding between people. • Bridges and social divides. • Promotes social trust.
  10. 10. Did you know? Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden are the worlds happiest countries, according to the survey of 156 countries. ALL ARE VERY WELL KNOWN AS CYCLING NATIONS. ALL ARE VERY WELL KNOWN AS CYCLING NATIONS.
  11. 11. Here is what I’ve learned and want to share who wants to start cycling. • Cycle available in the market nowadays are very good unlike few years back . • Buy a good bicycle, your life will depend on it. • Join community riders. • Just go out and have fun.
  12. 12. Weekend ride- ‘‘Bike Friday’’
  13. 13. BDCyclists on BBC . With a population of over thirteen million people Dhaka is one of the most densely populated and congested supercities in the world. Mark Beaumont meets a group of cyclists who hope to change the face of commuting. Queen's Baton Relay: Baton report from Bangladesh.
  14. 14. In my opinion, cycling is the best way for transportation , to build your cardiovascular fitness and after all a happy-healthy life.
  15. 15. Do you have any questions?

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