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When did you learn how to ride a bicycle

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cpvr, Jul 10, 2012.

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    For those that were taught young on how to ride a bicycle, what age did you learn at? Did you have a lot of bumpy roads? I know when I learned I was probably 8 or 9, and I loved the mountain bikes growing up because I was tall. I didn't really have any major falls off the bicycle though. I don't have one today, but I wish I had one.

    So, if you've rode a bicycle before, did you find the learning experience to be fun? Do you have a bike today? If so, what kind?

    And, if you're not sure how to ride a bicycle see this: http://www.wikihow.com/Ride-a-Bicycle

    And see the top 5 reasons to ride a bicycle: http://bicycling.about.com/od/thebikelife/a/why_ride.htm
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    I've been riding for a little under a month now, and I LOVE it. It's a great way to get exercise :D

    My dad's been a cyclist for years now, and we're currently watching Le Tour de France. Is anyone else?
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    I've been looking up to Lance Armstrong since I was younger. Who's currently winning it?
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    Been riding bikes since I could walk, so when I was around 1,5 years old. In the Netherlands it's very common to ride a bike, especially in big cities where it's easier to move around on two wheels instead of four. I started with a childrens trike than when I reached the age of 4 or 5 I got my own real bike. In the beginning my stepdad added two support wheels to the backwheel of my bike, one to each side. But as soon as I learned how to find my balance, they were taken off. As I got older and longer, so changed my bike from children sized to adult. Today I have a grandma's bike, as we like to call that type of bike in Holland. Here's a picture:

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    It's nothing fancy, there is but one gear and to brake you peddle backwards. But it gets me around, and that's all that matters.
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    Amusing but worthwhile read xD

    I've known how to ride for a long time, I just wish I still had a bike to ride at the moment x_x

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