The article discusses the possibility of a person riding a bike beating a horse in a race. It examines the physical and mental factors involved, such as the weight and endurance of the horse and the speed and agility of the cyclist. It also looks at the environment, noting that if the terrain is hilly, the cyclist has an advantage due to their lower weight. The article concludes that, while it is possible for the cyclist to win, it depends on the terrain and the skill level of both the cyclist and the horse. Ultimately, it is impossible to know who will win without actually trying it.
In many countries it is illegal to ride a horse in public areas such as roads, pavements and highways. Horse riding is also restricted in areas that are home to endangered wildlife. In some parts of the world, riding a horse is illegal in certain national parks and other protected areas. In some countries, it is required to wear a helmet while riding a horse in public areas. Depending on the region, it is also illegal to ride a horse without the proper licensing and equestrian insurance.