Sunday, February 17, 2019

Advice from The Modern Cyclist, 1923 (Cycling for the Unsound)

"Cycling is quite a successful treatment for a much large number of ailments than is generally realised. It is, unfortunately, not often prescribed by doctors, most of whom are now motorists--partly by the necessity for time-saving, and partly for social "swank." If your bicycle is dear to you, and a doctor tells you that you must give it up, do not rest until you have found another who is also a keen cyclist."

1 comment:

  1. Isn't that the perfect medicine--"I prescribe that you have to ride your bike for at least an hour a day." Love it!


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