I use varifocal glasses for normal use. When cycling I use disposable contact lenses. My optician has given me different lenses in each eye, so my left is -2 and my right is -3. Cleverly that means I can see both close up and distance perfectly well. Its a common practice with contact lenses. Works really well. I can see road ahead clearly and read my cycling computer.
Contact lenses have massive advantage that I don’t ruin my nice glasses cycling with crap or a stone hitting them, or wiping crud off them with my shirt, if I have darker glasses on I can remove them when it is shady or very sweaty (Climbing a hill) and still see, and I can change a tyre without struggling to see what I am doing.
Both my contact lenses also adjust for astigmatism.
The problem I had with cycling specific prescription glasses is that they get covered in sweat or whatever and you can’t take them off and then see, or leave them on and see. I once tried glasses behind a perspex sun glasses (Bolle solution) but that was worse as both the external eye shield and the internal glasses steamed up or got rained on and I could not see a thing. Complete (expensive) failure.
I highly recommend trying contact lenses. Your prescription will be slightly different because the lens is closer to your eye, so see a proper optician, explain what you want, try them out and get tested for them. @fhkj
Oh and a neat UK trick. Pay for the eye test, then avoid the “Monthly scheme” and simply buy the lenses from an online shop. Its a lot cheaper and works better as you change seasons and ride less outside. (I have a very old pair of bi-focals for the turbo and TR screen).
I hope that helps.