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Bikewolf 05-08-21 01:39 PM

A nice saying about cycling
 
Coincidentally, being at my local bike shop I noticed a beer coaster (no beer though ;-). With a nice saying: "Happiness is a good bike and a good pair of legs."

What I like about cycling is that you really don't need all the bells and whistles / money to have fun. Cycling is for all to enjoy.

KISS: Keep It Simple and ride with a Smile

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cubewheels 05-08-21 07:56 PM


Originally Posted by Bikewolf (Post 22050604)
What I like about cycling is that you really don't need all the bells and whistles / money to have fun. Cycling is for all to enjoy.

KISS: Keep It Simple and ride with a Smile

That's true but elitists would disagree:innocent:

Troul 05-08-21 08:15 PM


Originally Posted by Bikewolf (Post 22050604)
What I like about cycling is that you really don't need all the bells and whistles / money to have fun. Cycling is for all to enjoy.

Wait a minute, I thought that was determined in another thread?

rsbob 05-08-21 08:40 PM


Originally Posted by cubewheels (Post 22051057)
That's true but elitists would disagree:innocent:

Totally unnecessary. We really don’t need to go there over and over. If that was an attempt to be funny, it fell flat.

OP. What wonderful words. Thanks for sharing.

Ghazmh 05-09-21 03:07 AM

I agree.

indyfabz 05-09-21 07:01 AM

Whistles are verboten where I live, but I agree with the general sentiment.

indyfabz 05-09-21 07:03 AM


Originally Posted by rsbob (Post 22051089)
Totally unnecessary. We really donít need to go there over and over. If that was an attempt to be funny, it fell flat.

OP. What wonderful words. Thanks for sharing.

Itís why heís on my iggy list.

Wildwood 05-09-21 07:12 AM

Clear your handlebars and your mind will follow.

ofajen 05-09-21 07:46 AM


Originally Posted by Wildwood (Post 22051389)
Clear your handlebars and your mind will follow.

I moved my cycle computers down onto the 30 degree angled stems of my bikes, so that I could wrap the touring bars all the way to the stem clamp. The purpose was to have every possible riding position the bar offers.

The accidental benefit is that I basically never see the cycle computer while Iím riding, only when Iím done or at a stopping point! 👍

Otto

rydabent 05-09-21 08:03 AM


Originally Posted by cubewheels (Post 22051057)
That's true but elitists would disagree:innocent:

That is their problem.


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