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If you want to Bicycle Every Day, here are the 7 Things you Need.

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Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis presents:

How to daily bicycle-commute all year-long. Here’s what you need for biking daily:

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3 Responses to “If you want to Bicycle Every Day, here are the 7 Things you Need.”

  1. Morgan Leigh says:

    Thanks for this! I love my daily commute on my cruiser (it's a short commute with minimal hills and I live in beach town so a beach cruiser is optimal) …I'm pretty sure it is one of the things that has helped me stay positive and healthy…I always feel weird getting into a car unless going on a long road trip! I love biking and I have faith that more and more and more people will love it too!
    I love the part "it's free and you're doing it while you're doing your daily life".
    Thank you!

  2. Lissie says:

    It is very refreshing to see that someone has had the balls to take on this subject. I've worked all my life, sometimes I enjoyed my job, sometimes I didn't. I sometimes felt like the beast of burden that keeps on slogging through the hard times, but I noticed I enjoyed plenty of good times too, thanks to that job I didn't always like. I observed folks who followed their "bliss". I've seen some terrible, unplanned, downsides. Sweet little businesses closed, and slim to no planning for old age stuff like that. It seems that heading blindly into your "meant to be" place, can sometimes result in a severely compromised life. Bu nobody wants to hear about that….
    I do feel that understanding there is a downside to most everything in life, is a great start. Expect it. Plan for it. Manage it. It takes a bit of experience to get those parts right, though, because when you're very young, you don't really know who you are – how much strength and courage you can muster, and how long can you work 24/7 in your blissful state, before your very mortal body gives out, for instance.
    Good on ya for getting people thinking 🙂

  3. Jimmy says:

    Very useful post. I ride bicycle everyday for my own transportation. But my cycles gives disturbed all the time. Even I changed 4 of my bicycle for different reasons. Now I can understand the main reason. From the next time I will keep it in my mind.

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