I was just talking about bringing my bike into the shop to have it checked. Still lots of snow and ice but I so want to get out on my bike. Nothing like it.
6/13/2011 8:10:44 AM
Training for event like Tour de Cure is very motivating. Don't overdue in the beginning! And if you can ride with a group, including people who are better riders and who can teach you, is great. The first ride I went out on I could hardly do 2 miles. Yesterday I did 28 miles and wasn't tired at the end. Here's advice I heed: go easy when it's hard, go hard when it's easy.
i live in beijing so bikes for many people are their main form of transportation. there are cycle lanes everywhere and the roads are really great for cycling on. i ride everyday to work which is usually only around 12 minutes each way, but its great fun trying to weave in and around the huge traffic jams. I spend my journey laughing at people crammed into hot cars going nowhere fast . its a great way to see the city ( if anyone visits you must rent a bike) and i love watching chinese life as i breeze on by. not sure what i`ll do during winter though....hmmm
There's just something about zipping along really fast & then coasting for a ways that is amazing! I love getting up speed & biking really hard down hills & then gliding on the flat fora long ways. I don't like the bugs that like to fly in my face, but that's the only thing I DON'T like about biking. It's a wonderful way to get further than walking'll take me. I can stop & look at the scenery if I want, &, since I don't listen to music when outside, unless others are playing it, I can hear the sound of the wind & those of nature as I go. I'm hooked on riding, & each ride reels me in even closer to the shore. It's so cool, & definitely my favourite way to go these days. :D
3/27/2010 4:53:58 PM
I love riding... my entire family comes with me ,in the winter I stay indoor and cycle..so much FUN...
3/27/2010 8:52:06 AM
I'm going riding today - temps in the 30's but clear, bright, & sunny - should be wonderful!
Cycling is terrific exercise, social and a great way to see the world. Also, eco-friendly.
2/1/2010 9:10:45 PM
wow! so many folks have forgotten all about the fun they had as a kid! welcome back to the days of being free and have fun again. I have taken up the bike riding as my get away to freedom and get the exercise I love. Yes, you will get noticed of your new legs and thighs will be smaller too! keep up the great freespirt feeling.
10/21/2009 10:36:08 PM
Biking is my mode of transportation. I go to work, the grocery store, the gym, everywhere on it. Heres a little side effect- you will get massive thighs. Yes, it is all muscle and it's great for you. BUT I had to buy all new jeans with extra stretch not bc of the waist but bc my thighs got so big! :) Im not complaining just a friendly note to all those cyclists!
I recently bought a bike and I just love it!!!! I have taken my granddaughter riding with me and she says I ride to far. lol...I love it. I plan to ride farther and farther every time...All you bike riders out there keep it up...
In Jan.2009, I suffered a back injury. This acourse stop me from working and exerising. My hubby bought me a land cruiser bike and i rode it about a half a block.I suffered with a lot of pain that night, but I can't wait to do it again. I have always love riding and it kept my weight down. I wonder if it will do the same, since i can't really do anything physical. ANY advice ?
9/28/2009 8:41:22 PM
I started riding again about two months ago. At first I could hardly go one mile on the lowest speed. (I live in the country with dirt roads and lots of hills) Now I am up to seven miles and I can keep the speed between 14 and 17. I really enjoy it now. I usually see lots of deer and rabbits while I ride.
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