Cycling is often an activity intertwined with meaningful traditions. For kids, learning how to ride a bicycle without training wheels is a rite of passage. For students, buying their first bike with their own pocket money marks a new phase of independence. In Denmark and other Nordic countries, people get customized cargo bikes when their families expand. In Eritrea, cycling is a sacred symbol of their identity and pride; every child learns to bike with hopes of competing one day and there’s not a single weekend where the streets aren’t closed for a cycling event!
Today, the world has a new tradition – cycling for sustainability.
Ready to celebrate? We recommend finding out if there’s a local cycling group that’s organizing a tour around your city for World Bicycle Day. Join and you might even make new friends there! Don’t worry if you don’t have a bike. There are tons of bike rental stores in most cities. Or if you were thinking about investing in one, this is the perfect occasion. Any of our local sales teams can guide you in picking out one that’s just right for you. Check out our wide selection of Momentum bikes or e-bikes on our website.