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1. It sculpts your lower half

Biking helps tone and strengthen the muscles in the lower half of your body. It works out your calf, butt, and hip muscles—all problem areas for Indian women. If you’re climbing uphill, then you’ll also be working out your upper body, especially shoulders and arms, as you stand up to pedal. Added bonus? You’ll also be working your abdominal muscles to maintain your balance and stay in the saddle.
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6 reasons to take up cycling now!

Keepers of Cool

Getting up on that cycle could be one of the smartest decisions you make.

Remember when you were a kid and you’d hop on your two-wheeler every chance you got? Fast-forward 10 years and the rat race has got you stressed, tired, drained, and longing for a break. Our solution? Hop on that cycle again. Not to race to the nearest ice cream store, but to get rid of the stress, tuck in that stomach, and tone up those leg muscles. Cycling is a great exercise option for those look to fire up those brain cells and beat those blues while burning calories in a fun way.