By the end of 2016, the year the 2016 presidential election began, we had already heard more than one million stories of people buying bikes in anticipation of a ride.
As the election neared, we were hearing stories of bikes being bought by people who weren’t even sure if they wanted to ride.
Some people even said they wanted their children to get into the hobby.
In 2016, we saw a lot of bike owners and riders who were tired of being told they had to be part of a certain demographic group.
The bike is the one thing that everyone in America rides, right?
That’s how we’re supposed to feel about it, right?!
A lot of people who aren’t in the bike-buying business don’t have any interest in learning about the hobby they’re buying.
What makes this story different is that the people who are trying to educate us are really smart, savvy people.
They know they have a lot to learn about bikes.
This story isn’t about the bike buying demographic.
It’s about a lot more than that.
For many of us, it’s about our own growing pains and our own anxieties about getting our first ride.
It’s about the fear of being “in the wrong demographic.”
We’re trying to help people understand the value of the hobby and the benefits of owning a bike.
But we can’t do that if we can tell you nothing about the hobbies or interests of people in our demographic.
That’s why I’m launching a new series called Why You Should Buy a Bike If You Like Video Games .
It’s an invitation for all of us to share the stories of bike-lovers and the people we know who love bikes.
This series is meant to help us understand the hobby in a way that we don’t always understand it ourselves.
In this new series, I’ll share some of the most interesting stories of why we love bikes and how we got into the business of owning bikes.
You can see how I’m approaching the topic with the help of people like: Mike, a former Marine who’s now a software developer in Los Angeles; Tara, a self-described “laptop whiz” who got into video games when she was 18 and now works in the technology sector; Ryan, a “freak” who is an avid video gamer and avid bicycle commuter; Michael, a freelance journalist who writes about “bikes and culture” for his own website; Mike and Sara are also avid riders.
But if you’re one of the few people in your demographic who hasn’t seen the series, this is your chance to hear from them about why they like bikes and why they plan to buy one someday.
So, let’s dive in.
Mike and Tara Mike has been riding bikes since he was a kid.
When he was young, he was interested in everything from motorcycles to skateboarding to snowboarding.
He’s been riding for the last 10 years and has a very good reputation for riding well.
Tara is also an avid rider and has been an avid bike commuter for years.
She’s a college student and a mom to a 3-year-old.
They both like to ride bikes together.
Ryan is a freelance writer who writes regularly about “video games and culture.”
Ryan likes to ride his bikes for pleasure, but he also enjoys exploring new places and learning new things.
Mike and Sara have a combined average age of 44.
These two are in their late 30s.
They are both avid video game fans and avid bike commuters.
You’ll be able to learn more about these two from my interview with them.
They’re also really smart and savvy people, so we can trust their stories.
Michael and Ryan are in the middle of their own families.
They’ve been riding their bikes together for a couple of years now and they’re excited to get their first ride on a bike later this summer.
Now that we know that a lot people are into bikes, I’m going to explore the hobby that I’ve heard so much about.
We’ve heard that people buy a bike because they want to take it off the rack.
Maybe that’s true, but for me, it wasn’t until I saw the bike I purchased from Michael that I realized how different this hobby is for me.
When I bought the bike from Michael, I was excited to see it for myself.
I was hoping that I would love it as much as he did.
After I spent some time riding it, I started to feel pretty uncomfortable riding it.
The seatpost was uncomfortable and the grips were rough.
The seatpost itself felt too low.
The grips felt too high.
Then I got to the point where I felt like I couldn’t ride it anymore.
I started getting tired of it.
I wanted to go back to buying a new bike. But after