BikingBubbleSphereFINALIn case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a big graphic leading off today’s We Run and Ride. It is designed to grab your attention and encourage you to consider some important safety and mental health practices while riding.

We call it the Biking Bubble Sphere because many of us come to believe we are impervious to harm while out on the bike.

Lazy mental habits can lead to accidents on the bike. No matter what type of rider you are, from casual trail pedaler to full-on road cyclist or triathlete barreling down a country road at 25 mph, you cannot afford to ride in a sphere where you forget what you are doing.

It’s dangerous. It can lead to harm from careless drivers or irritated farm dogs. If you live in a city you can ruin the reputation of cyclists for other riders if your Biking Bubble permits you to ride without manners, etiquette or obeying the laws.

Read about the Biking Bubble Sphere and pay attention while you ride. You’ll be doing yourself and the whole world a favor.


About Christopher Cudworth

Christopher Cudworth is a content producer, writer and blogger with more than 25 years’ experience in B2B and B2C marketing, journalism, public relations and social media. Connect with Christopher on Twitter: @genesisfix07 and blogs at, and Online portfolio:
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  1. bgddyjim says:

    Reblogged this on Fit Recovery and commented:
    Ooh, I’m guilty of the dark clothes one… My helmet is white, does that count?

  2. bgddyjim says:

    I’m guilty if the dark clothes one… My helmet is white though, does that count? The way I figure, I look so awesome that my awesomeness makes me stick out. Yeah? Chuckle.

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