A life without a bike.

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Shine_Spirit
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A life without a bike.

Postby Shine_Spirit » Sat May 13, 2017 2:36 pm

Can you imagine? :roll:

I'm so addicted to riding a bike that I don't know how I would get used to it if I suddenly had to be without mine. I mean, I live riding my bike all the time. Whenever I have a free time, during most of it I'm with my bike in some place. :lol:

I can't imagine my life without it. :o
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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby DR KOKIL AGARWAL » Sat May 13, 2017 4:16 pm

Biking and bikes are a great addition. Especially for free birds like us who love to roam about free riding on our bike. Bike us one of my most valuable asset and living without it is something I cannot imagine.

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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby Decentlady » Sat May 13, 2017 8:39 pm

Since I can't ride a two wheeler, there is no question of addiction here. Lol.

I have always walked and so being on a bike or in a car is a priviledge. I can imagine people getting so used to their means of transport that being without it can cause stress.

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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby to7update » Sun May 14, 2017 4:23 am

What do you mean you can't ride a two wheeler @decentlady?

We get accustomed to everything that is the fact. Surely that a life without a bike would be less fun, but eventually we'd find something other we like to do. It's all a matter of time to adjust to a new reality.
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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby Alexandoy » Sun May 14, 2017 11:19 am

I envy guys who are bikers because I don't think I have the guts to ride bikes often. To be honest, I can only ride a bike now just for leisure and a long road trip is not palatable to me anymore maybe because of my age. Of course, I can still ride for 5 kilometers but I don't want to pressure my body. For bikers out here, try to enjoy your biking while you still can.

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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby Ray1 » Sun May 14, 2017 12:45 pm

I can't imagine myself biking to work or visit my business associates but I love biking anyways and never miss a chance when I get it. In fact, I find ways to get a chance for biking both short and long distances. I am in love with my present bike which is different from what I have back at my home.

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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby kamai » Mon May 15, 2017 11:32 pm

It has been so long since I have gone biking and it's because I no longer own a bike. I do miss those days when my family and I would go biking at bike routes. My favorite part of that experience is that we get to run freely without being afraid of any cars and it's all a nature trail. I would love to go biking again someday but now that I moved it's been hard to find a place to do so.

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Re: A life without a bike.

Postby Gad » Thu Jun 08, 2017 6:49 am

A bike simplifies my portability. Most of the time I am ever running errands for my parents. My bike ensures that I reach my destination on time, therefore, economising my precious time. At other times, I just need some alone time and I pick my bike and go for strolls. We normally have fun with friends especially when it comes to competing with our bikes. You can do so much with a bike. It is an essential item to me.


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