There are more bicycles than residents in The Netherlands and in cities like Amsterdam and The Hague up to 70% of all journeys are made by bike. Apparently, people who are cycling to their job ultimately prevail over their lazy counterparts because they have better sex. According to a British survey.
People who cycle to work say they are happier and even believe their sex lives have improved since they got on their bikes, reported by Daily News 724.
A majority of 89 per cent said cycling home allowed them to switch off from the work day and put them in a good mood for their partner, friends and family.
As a result, over 65 percent think their relationships have improved since they started cycling, while 39 per cent said the exercise has given them extra energy for a better sex life.
Almost half of those questioned said they felt they could manage a heavy workload more easily since they started cycling to work, and 82 per cent felt less stressed.
A third said they felt more creative as they had many of their best ideas when cycling.
Meanwhile, 15 per cent also thought their careers were progressing faster than their non-cycling colleagues.
The poll is music to the ears of the Cycle to Work Day campaign, who are encouraging more people to gain from the benefits of cycling by commuting on two wheels.
They polled 2,500 cycling commuters and their results revealed that the vast majority are much happier in many areas of their lives since they ditched their cars and public transport in favour of a bike.