Most cyclists ride on roads, which are better reflecting sunlight in the sun than mud or grass. Because of the different riding positions, riders have more time to look directly at the road than people on regular bikes, and thus receive more ultraviolet light reflection. Long-term absorption of ultraviolet light in the eyes can lead to cataracts! Most of the friends who ride bikes have the experience of having their eyes blown into tears by the wind and foreign objects in their eyes, right? If you are cycling in winter when snow is everywhere, or in Tibet, which is covered with snow all year round, when the sun is reflected on the snow, you are likely to get "snow blindness". Cycling glasses can greatly protect your eyes from these injuries.
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