World Bicycle Day observed on 3rd June


  • World Bicycle Day was celebrated on 3 June globally by means of organising crew rides at the event to popularise the use of bicycles in day-by-day life. 
  • The day highlights the interest in the benefits of using the bicycle, which is a simple, affordable, clean, and environmentally fit sustainable potential of transportation. It is celebrated on 3rd June.
  • From 14 to sixteen October 2021, the UN Sustainable Transport Conference will take location in Beijing, China. 
  • It will focus on the central function of sustainable transport in accomplishing the SDGs and the Paris Agreement on local weather change. 
  • Not solely this, but the discussion board also highlights opportunities, challenges, and options in achieving a sustainable transport system throughout the world.
  • The bicycle day celebrates the uniqueness, durability, and versatility of the bicycle and promotes it as a simple, sustainable transportation ability.
  • Bicycle is top for bodily and mental health. Also, it is precise for the environment and the economy. 
  • No doubt cycling is a notable exercise and maintains you active. 
  • It helps to form a healthy lifestyle.
  • The UNGA (United Nations General Assembly) declared 3rd June as World Bicycle Day, acknowledging the individuality, durability, and versatility, which has been in use for two centuries. 
  • The day will encourage the stakeholders to recognise, emphasise and strengthen the use of the bicycle in fostering sustainable development, beef up training for teens and younger people, promotes health, forestall diseases, facilitate social inclusion and tradition of peace, etc. 
  • The initiatives are also welcomed by using the Assembly at national and local tiers to strengthen physical and mental fitness and advance a subculture of cycling in society.