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How Green Is Your Bike Walk?

Cycling daily can be a great idea if you live near your workspace as it can benefit your health and the environment. But is cycling really green enough to make a change in the environment? What about the emissions from bicycle manufacturing? What about the food required to bike walk every day. According to a study, cycling can produce a carbon footprint of about 21g of CO2/KM. It is surely less than walking or getting a bus and ten times less than driving. Three-quarters of greenhouse gas emissions occur due to the production of extra food eaten by cyclists. Today, electric cycles reduce the emissions from the food requires as e-bikes do not need human energy to run. Bike walking requires a deeper understanding in order to tackle challenges the right way.

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