Why your Doctor wants you to Ride a Motorcycle

Why your Doctor wants you to Ride a Motorcycle

This may be controversial, but your Doctor wants you ride a motorcycle. As woman rider you already know the thrill of hitting the open road on two wheels. Besides the adrenaline rush, there are some serious health benefits! Motorcycle riding isn't just about the wind in your hair and the freedom of the road, it can also be great for your physical and mental well-being. Here are three reasons why... 

Burn Those Calories and Stay Fit
We've all hopped off the bike feeling like we've done a heavy lifting day at the gym. It's because riding a motorcycle requires physical effort, especially when it comes to maneuvering and balancing the bike. Just a short ride can engage your core, arms, and legs, giving you a solid workout. When you're leaning into turns, shifting gears, and maintaining balance, you're actively using your muscles, which can help tone them over time. Plus, let's not forget the calorie burn! Studies show that riding a motorcycle can burn up to 600 calories per hour, depending on factors such as speed, duration, and body weight. It's like a fun, two-wheeled workout that keeps you active and helps you maintain a healthy weight.

Boost Your Mental Well-being
The say riding a motorcycle is therapy. It isn't just physically invigorating, it's also mentally stimulating. When you're out on the road, you're fully present, using your senses to navigate and make split-second decisions. This level of focus and concentration can be a form of mindfulness, helping you to clear your mind and reduce stress. Riding also exposes you to new environments, scenery, and experiences, which can stimulate your brain and improve cognitive function. It's a great way to break away from the routine of daily life and give your mind a much-needed break. So, hop on your bike and let go of your thoughts with the dust!

Connect with Your Community
Motorcycling isn't just a solitary activity; it's also a fantastic way to connect with like-minded people and build a sense of community. Joining a motorcycle club or group can provide you with a support system, a sense of belonging, and opportunities for socializing and making new friends. It's a chance to meet other female riders who share your passion for motorcycles and can provide you with a support network. Riding together in a group can also boost your confidence and improve your riding skills, as you learn from others and gain valuable experience. So, why ride alone when you can ride with a tribe?

Riding a motorcycle isn't just about the thrill of the ride, but it also offers numerous health benefits for women. From getting a great workout to boosting your mental well-being and connecting with a community, there are plenty of reasons to hit the road. Embrace the joy of motorcycle riding, and let it rev up your health in more ways than one!

Stay safe, ride with style, and keep the rubber side down!

Ride On,


Disclaimer: Always wear proper safety gear, including a helmet, and follow all traffic laws and regulations when riding a motorcycle. Check out our gear made by women riders, for women riders!
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