How to protect your eyes when riding!

As the window of the human mind, the eyes are a channel for us to contact and accept the information brought to us by the world.

“Your eyes can speak” is all right.

Eyes can let us see through a person.

As a group of donkey friends, many friends like to travel by bike, and their eyes will inevitably be exposed to various unexpected injuries for a long time.

In the process of traveling, you should take care of your eyes and try to protect them as much as possible.

Many adverse factors, such as ultraviolet radiation, wind and sand, and sweat, can cause damage to the eyes to a certain extent.

Many cyclists tend to neglect the protection of their eyes.

As time goes by, they may feel uncomfortable with their eyes, and even suffer from diseases due to some habitual bad movements during cycling.

I have suffered from serious conjunctivitis as a result! It is very important to protect your eyes when riding! Today, let’s talk about how to protect your eyes during cycling.

The first step to protect your eyes is to prevent sandstorms.

In the process of riding, the speed of the bike can reach tens of kilometers per hour.

If we expose our naked eyes at this time, the head-on wind will undoubtedly hurt our eyes.

In addition, in case of sandstorm, the eyes will easily enter the sand.

In addition, if the wind blows, if not protected, it will naturally cause trachoma, and the eyes will often be red and congested.

To avoid this situation, if you ride a motorcycle, you can wear a helmet with windshield lenses in the front to prevent wind and sand.

If you are riding a bicycle, you can wear those wind proof glasses that fit your face better.

The second step to protect your eyes is to block the sun’s ultraviolet rays and strong light.

When outdoors in the daytime, the dazzling sunlight often makes people unable to open their eyes and it is hard to say.

This feeling must be felt without much talk.

It is just like the strong light of art in the dark night will make people temporarily blind.

If you do this for a long time, your eyes will suffer from cataracts.

The most effective way to avoid eye damage caused by strong light is to wear sunglasses and not look directly at the strong light.

The third step of eye protection is to reduce and avoid visual fatigue.

We often wear sunglasses to block the strong light of the sun, but ordinary sunglasses also reduce the surrounding light while blocking the strong light, which will make people unable to clearly distinguish the surrounding markers, increase the burden on the eyes, and make the eyes overly nervous, causing visual fatigue.

Some sunglasses with polarized effect can make up for this deficiency, which can enhance the resolution of surrounding buildings while blocking sunlight, and reduce the visual burden of eyes.

It is very important to protect your eyes.

We need to start from the details when we travel by bike.

Remember to wear sunglasses suitable for you when preparing travel equipment.

Choosing the right cycling glasses cycling glasses are the most direct equipment to protect the eyes during cycling.

A suitable cycling glasses can not only obtain comfortable visual experience, but also play a role in resisting sandstorms and ultraviolet rays.


The comfort of wearing riding glasses must be considered first, which is related to the quality, size and weight of the glasses.

Try to wear them first, and then purchase them.

Professional cycling glasses usually use anti-skid materials in the nose rest to ensure stability during strenuous exercise; In addition, most of the cycling glasses designed in recent years will add additional vents to reduce lens atomization and increase the use comfort.


Lens color selection cycling glasses need to consider that lenses are very important for filtering harmful light and anti ultraviolet function, and different lenses have different absorption and filtering effects on different light, so when selecting cycling glasses, you also need to consider your usual riding environment and make different choices for different environments.

The black lens is suitable for strong light, such as noon light, and has good anti ultraviolet, glare filtering and harmful light effects.

Purple lenses can reduce the degree of visible light entering the eyes without affecting the visual clarity.

The blue lens should be used in foggy or low visibility weather.

The red and orange lenses are the best overall, which can make the surrounding terrain more clear.

The yellow lens is suitable for use in dim light and at night to reduce the light reflection of the lens, achieve the effect of light enhancement and improve the clarity.

Grey lenses provide the best color perception.

Colorless lenses are ideal for foggy or gray weather, and are more used for wind and rain protection.

The chrome plated reflective lenses are necessary for riding on the plateau.

They are useful in snow or areas with strong ultraviolet light on the plateau.


Lens material The material of riding glasses must be flexible, resistant to pressure and impact, so that if you fall down during cycling, you will not hurt your eyes due to broken glasses.

Generally speaking, the lens made of resin is good, with good elasticity and strength, light texture, and very comfortable to wear; Glass lenses are absolutely prohibited in the manufacture of riding glasses.

Riding glasses need to have a good anti ultraviolet effect to play a good role in protection.

Lenses need to be able to filter some stray light that is harmful to the eyes.

You can shake the lens in front of you when you see whether it is good or bad.

If the object moves with the lens, it means that the mirror is uneven and not a good lens.


Frame design The selection of frame shall be soft, elastic, impact resistant, and safe to protect the face from damage during movement.

The veneer design of the frame can make the eyes close to the edge of the frame, preventing the eye from being stimulated by strong wind during rapid movement.


Ordinary sunglasses cannot replace cycling glasses (1) The design of sunglasses is not suitable for sports, which will cause the frame to slide or even fall down during cycling.

(2) Solar lenses generally have no anti fogging function, which is easy to cause lens blurring in hot and cold weather, thus causing danger..