Biking Quotes

Quotes tagged as "biking" (showing 1-7 of 7)
Gary Klein
“Biking is about rhythm and flow. It's the wind in you face and the challenge of hammering up along hill. It's the reward at the top and the thrill of a high-speed descent. Biking lets you come alive in both body and spirit. After awhile the bike disappears beneath you and you feel as if you're suspended in midair. ”
Gary Klein
tags: biking

Seré Prince Halverson
“This was the part of the road he knew best, the part his old blue Schwinn had known so well that at one time, the bike might have found its way back home without anyone riding it.”
Seré Prince Halverson, All the Winters After

Meik Wiking
“If a city is designed in a way that makes a long drive to work necessary, we harm the social health of that city. If a lot of people cycle, it's probably an indication that you live in a healthy neighborhood. This is something that should be seriously considered in urban planning, if you want to ensure a neighborhood togetherness and trust among locals.”
Meik Wiking, The Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living

“This little piggy saved some water,
This little piggy biked for sun,
This little piggy used windmills,
This little piggy used sun,
And this little piggy squealed
All the way home.”
Jan Peck and David Davis illustrated by Carin Berger

“What did I discover during my solo—besides learning to unwrap my energy bar ahead of time? That you ask yourself a lot of questions when you're alone on a bike for that long. One question more than others: Why the heck am I doing this? When I was done, I think I had found the answer: For the satisfaction that comes with pushing your body to the breaking point and conquering the unknown.”
Matt Long, The Long Run: One Man's Attempt to Regain His Athletic Career-And His Life-by Running the New York City Marathon

“It was always scary, Charlie replied, but that was why you did it, right? If it was safe... it wouldn’t be fun.”
Robert Penn, It's All About the Bike: The Pursuit of Happiness on Two Wheels

Joe Hill
“She had felt good for a few moments, racing across the face of the hill on her old bike, but the happy feeling had burned itself out and left behind a thin, cold rage. She was no longer entirely sure who she was angry with though. Her anger didn't have a fixed point. It was a soft whir of emotion to match the soft whir of the spokes.”
Joe Hill

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