Are you looking to reduce stress and improve your mental health in a fun and exciting way? Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson in Tulsa, Oklahoma, invites you to discover the incredible benefits of motorcycling. A study by UCLA's Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, funded by Harley-Davidson, reveals the positive impact riding can have on your mind and body.
Revitalize Your Mind and Body on Two Wheels
This groundbreaking study highlighted that motorcycling can significantly reduce stress levels. Riders experienced a 28% decrease in cortisol, a stress-related hormone. Moreover, just 20 minutes on a motorcycle can increase your heart rate by 11% and boost adrenaline levels by 27%, similar to the effects of light exercise.
But there's more! Motorcycling enhances sensory focus and alertness, akin to the effects of a cup of coffee. These benefits are not just limited to the physical aspects. The study found that riding a motorcycle increases mental focus and resilience to distraction, a trait observed in experienced meditators.
Learn to Ride at the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy
If you're in Tulsa and have been contemplating learning to ride, there's no better place than the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy at Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson in Tulsa. Our program is designed for riders of all levels, offering expert guidance from certified Harley-Davidson coaches. You'll start with the basics in the classroom before moving on to practical, hands-on training. The course not only equips you with essential riding skills but also connects you to a growing community of passionate riders.
Join the Riding Community with Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson
At Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson, we're more than just a dealership; we're a gateway to an exhilarating and healthy lifestyle. Whether you're a seasoned rider or just starting, our team is committed to helping you experience the joy and benefits of motorcycling. Visit us in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to learn more about the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy, and start your journey on two wheels today. Together, let's embrace the road to stress relief and positive mental health.