If you haven't ridden your bike in a long time, there are a few things to consider before jumping into the saddle. Cycling is different from vacation travel. You need to know the rules of driving on bicycle pavement markings.
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Also, the time between your arrival at work and your departure is subject to change. You also won't get compliments from your coworkers if you are late because of a flat tire. Some other things to consider:-
1. Ride a bicycle
You don't need a high-end or new bicycle to get to work. What you need is something that is safe, comfortable, and appropriate for your circumstances. Feel free to dust off your old mountain bike in the garage or look for advertisements online. However, if you come across something old or used, it might be a good idea to hire a bicycle mechanic for a quick setup. It doesn't take much to get your bike up and running – and you can always invest more later.
2. Clothes for the weather
I admit that I am a bit of a driver in bad weather. I don't spend much time cycling in the rain or darkness, and I rarely cycle in the coldest winter months. My first bicycle tour this year is on March 1st. It's still too early for me. The temperature was just above zero and the next week's summertime shift had me driving in the dark every morning.
3. Embrace discovery
There's something liberating about turning two wheels that you don't get as a driver or a pedestrian. You can go where the car cannot go and you can move faster than on two feet. If it's your first time traveling to the office, exploring new routes will be fun.