Um, yup. The article compiles a lot of studies – from urbanful, originally published by Momentum Mag on February 23, 2015.





A recent article by Gretchen Reynolds in the New York Times highlighted a study by scientists at King’s College London and the University of Birmingham. The scientists performed physical and cognitive tests on more than 100 seniors who cycle regularly, and then again on inactive seniors. After looking at the volunteers’ endurance capacity, muscular mass and strength, pedaling power, metabolic health, balance, memory function, bone density and reflexes, the study determined that seniors that cycle don’t age like inactive seniors. Physiologically, they resemble much younger people.