World Bicycle Day 2022 : European Cyclists’ Federation Secretary General Dr. Bernhard Ensink says of the United Nations’ declaration of June 3 as World Bicycle Day: “Cycling is a source for social, economic and environmental benefits, and it is bringing people together. The first bicycle day was celebrated on June 3, 2018. Professor Leszek Sibilski, a Polish social scientist working in the United States, led a grassroots campaign with his sociology class to promote a UN Resolution for World Bicycle Day.
When was the first World Bicycle Day?
The United Nations celebrated the first World Bicycle Day on Sunday, June 3 with a special event at the UN General Assembly in New York City. Formally adopted by the UN earlier this year, the Turkmenistan Permanent Mission to the United Nations sponsored the adoption of World Bicycle Day.
Who started Bicycle Day?
That’s one very long comedown… The first Bicycle Day was organized and celebrated by Thomas B. Roberts, a Professor at Northern Illinois University, starting out as nothing more than a party at his DeKalb, Illinois home.
Why do we celebrate World Bicycle Day 2022?
World Bicycle Day is observed on June 3. The day is marked to spread awareness about the benefits of using a bicycle. According to the United Nations, the day highlights the “uniqueness, longevity and versatility of the bicycle.
How did Bicycle Day start?
For most people, Bicycle Day sounds like a day to revel in all things cycling. But did you know that it’s actually a day that celebrates LSD? It was this day in 1943 when Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann, the creator of LSD, decided to whip up a new batch and head out for a bike ride.
Lie on your back on the floor, with knees bent, feet flat, and arms straight up. Keep back flat on the floor as you slowly extend left arm and right leg. Maintain a strong core and keep your low back on the floor. Return to the starting position, and then repeat on the other side to complete 1 rep.
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