Or you have 22 bikes at the house (and a couple in other places because one resident is still traveling) and only two kids (albeit, both kids have atleast 3 bikes) and two adults. Oh, and a few that are hung up as art in your place of business, and about 5 frames, some broken, some just not built up.mcginnis842 said:...you have three bikes in your garage but have no kids.
Sorry to offend. I just saw the frame and it brought back many memories of riding with a friend who had a very noisey one. Good memories to be sure, filled with dirt, singletrack, ledges, pine juniper and aspen.dansjustchillin said:I am offended by that statement.
You look at hills while driving wondering if there is a trail there.
...you're driving home from the trail and you notice yourself accerating on a downhill to make it up the other side.You see cars with bikes on them and wondering where they are going or headed to...
Oh good! then its not just me! I hike a LOT, but mainly because mtn bikes are banned from all the good scenic areas that I like to photograph in our area. But as I am hiking along, I am very often riding it in my mind or figuring out how rideable each and every spot and section would be and how I would ride it. (Hiking is sooooo damn slow and boring!) and wishing the trail was open for riding.scorpionwoman said:...
...if you're on a trail for any other reason (e.g., running, hiking), you spend the whole time imagining how fun it'd be on a bike.