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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by SparkyNYC, Jul 7, 2011.
I haven't ridden a bike since I was about ten......what are the changes that I can still do it?
I wouldn't try riding without using your hands or doing a wheelie but the rest of it should come pretty naturally to you. If at some point you knew how it'll just be a matter if recalling your balance once you get on. There's a reason the adage is "Just like riding a bike, you never forget." It's one of those things its essentially impossible to "un-learn."
Thanx man- btw hot pix?
trust me, u should have no problem...maybe a little bit wobbly at first but it comes back to u. enjoy!
do not buy a wal-mart bike i had one and it was made cheap. alot people seem seem ride a bike with the bike seat too low.
I'm only considering renting a bike for a day
Make sure it has an adjustable seat stem and you'll be good to go. I have GOT to get mine out of the shed this year before it's too late....
It's pretty hard to forget how to ride a bicycle
After 30 years, I tried again on a borrowed bike. Really wobbly at first, but I got better quickly. Since my eye surgery, though, my tunnel vision makes it difficult to navigate safely.
Please make sure they have helmets and wear one.
Sure it might not look cool but neither are acquired brain injuries, being tube fed or being toileted by a full time carer.
Best of luck to you'
15 months country living biked 5 miles each way / shift work 4-12 12-8 8-4
by choice, buses supplied .. most enjoyable
cant see myself balancing on one these days haha
btw i did manage to ride a bike into a dike, several years later, fortunately an American i was travelling with dragged me out .. cant swim haha
(one dead Maori found dead in dutch dike\)