Did you find yourself wiggling your thumbs on this sunny Saturday? We have something to occupy you and your brain.
In the honor cycle to the workday, the Fletchers Group has created the following brainteaser.
Ten cyclists on push-bikes and motorbikes are hidden in the busy city scene – can you find them all in less than a minute?
It takes an eagle-eyed viewer to notice the two-wheeled vehicles in this moving scene that depicts a bird’s-eye view of a town.
Besides bikes, there are lots of cars, ambulances and pedestrians at the scene, making it difficult to find lost bikes.
Hawkeyes should be able to find ten of them in under a minute, so can you break the record?
While this brain training is fun, it has an important message; It is essential that all road users are aware of cyclists and motorcyclists on the road, as everyone must do their part to keep our roads safe.
A spokesperson from the Fletchers Group commented on the brain training:
“It’s great to see more people taking up cycling as a hobby or for commuting, and it’s also clear that there has been a change in transport behavior since the pandemic.”
“However, it is crucial for all road users to be prepared for the increasing number of two-wheeled vehicles on the road and to be aware of the common situations that can lead to an accident and injury to a vulnerable road user.
“We can all do our part to make our roads safer for both cyclists and drivers.”
In light of the Work by Bike Day, a spokesperson from the Fletchers Group commented on the most common accident scenarios cyclists and motorcyclists encounter on the road and how they can be avoided.