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Yep, at my school I was known by the cyclist lol, but I took it as a compliment and I saved money on transportation. :)
The most important is that we still love it and that we adjust the effort to our age so that it's still a joy and not an obligation.
Well, I really cannot laugh with political jokes... :(
That's right, with the right therapy we can improve faster and safer, if we do things on our own we can get into bigger trouble.
I cycle to work sometimes and I love it. I think that when we can do that it's all about life quality, well, also saving time and money. :)
Inspiration is all it takes and in fact it's easy to come by when we are talking about something we have passion for.
I think that the secret is that we do what we love, when we do what we love we live longer.
Yeah, we need balance and above all we need to give the necessary time to heal because health always comes first.
Riding alone for me these days is basically commuting because when I am doing it for fun I am always with someone else.
To learn we just need to forget fear and pedal as fast as we can, balance will come in that process.
Many times we tend to rush injuries due to competition or because we just want to ride and we end up making even worse.
That's why it's cool to cycle and to write or post pictures, it's inspiring for many others.
Haha, can't live with them, can't live without them! :D
Exactly, we need to respect the body and the recovery time or else we will just make our situation worse.
Gotta love the question and my simple tip is, sit on the bike and pedal as fast as you can! :D
Yeah, great that you mention that Bob, we can make friends and share awesome experiences with them.
Pretty much. If the goal is to go together we stick together, if it's a competition it's a different thing certainly.
Wives do have that effect, they tend to limit our liberty to do what we love and sometimes they are right. :)
When injuries are involved we need to give it time to heal properly, no way around that.
Not really unexpected, but for me it's always refreshing to cycle and that is why I do it over and over again.