Definitely you meet the criteria.
More like that will keep him forever 40.
Well, OFC membership is optional. If it comes to me, as I’m back home tomorrow, I’m, going to spend the remaining 9 days of my vacation on a bicycle.
Enjoy your vacation and be careful @nwg. I can’t ride a bicycle any more after being hit on four different occasions. I guess those people thought I needed a career change as a speed bump. My spine is all messed up now.
I do have 10 years in the Infantry under my belt…so that’s like adding dog years…I gotta at least be 55 with that added…lol
Hell, plenty of idiots on the roads, in Poland as well. I usually choose routes of minimal traffic. BTW: this year in the town they’re building kilometres of cycling tracks, and it’s what I was waiting for.
Oops! Well, all I can say is thank you for your service. Hopefully, you don’t go to bed with your boots on! @nwg when I was hit the first time I was in college heading for class. It goes without saying, I didn’t make it that day. The other three times was going to work. Now I am in Chevy silverado that gives me some protection, especially with some people who can’t drive. They either go too fast or too slow or they don’t pay attention to road or traffic conditions. I’m wondering if most of these individuals got their license as a surprise gift in a cracker jack box!
Except for winter, I could go to work by bike, but my wife has no drivers license, so I must carry her to the clinic and back home. Unfortunately, she’s not a cyclist, too.
lol, yes sir
Yeah thisthis is what she looks like:
It must be fun taking your wife on your bicycle. Is she on your back or does she handle you on the handle bars?
Yeah, one can haul some stuff with this right @sevenday4 ! Unlike some cars.
Yer sir @nwg lol
It’s to clean…needs some dirt on it, so it looks like you work.
I’m afraid they don’t make bikes with sufficient lifting capacity for both of us.
After 12 days of riding the forest lanes, I’ll gladly share my dust resources!
Trust me @TimApple, I live in a mountainous town with gravel and dirt roads. In the winter with feet of snow and on rainy days, you won’t be able to tell that’s a blue truck. She’s got quite a few scratches and bed has seen better days. And try to keep it clean so it will fall apart from using it for work and not from the weather.
So she makes you get off and push while she sits and steers, got it!
Don’t include me here! I only just cracked 40.