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Old 08-08-2022, 05:10 AM   #1
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I was fortunate enough to grow up with a bicycle.

The several I had over the years gave me freedom. I ran away from home on my bike. Made it 3/4 mile down the road. Turned around and figured I might need more snacks to make it on my own. So I waited till I was 18 to live on my own.

My friends and I knew exactly where to hang out. Simply by how many bikes laid in the driveway, baseball field, park, or gas station.

I would mow yards save my couple dollars just to have a snack outside my local 7 Eleven. I would ride all over town. Pretend I was some stunt dare devil. Build a ramp out of rotten pieces of wood.

I'd chance death, love and freedom on those bikes. As I prepare my day. Leave my house. I will likely not see one kid headed to school on their bike. The front lawn of most every school had bike racks. Packed full of Huffys. Today, maybe one or two.

The joy of getting your first 10 speed. Mountain bike. Learning the front brake is a death trap!! Those days are behind us.

I recently handed keys over to my 16 yr old daughter. I think back. Realized, she never peddled her way to school and back. Never had to keep track of a lock combo or key. Never rode home on her bike. Bike of freedom.

I grew up living life like the kids from the movie Sandlot. I sure miss that time in our lives.
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Old 08-08-2022, 06:08 AM   #2
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Unfortunately, I believe those days are gone forever. What freedom a bike gave you. We used to ride miles from home with no parental problems as long as we were home by supper. And talk about Frankenstein bikes, built a bunch of them.
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Old 08-08-2022, 06:14 AM   #3
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65, and I'm still riding bikes.



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Old 08-08-2022, 06:18 AM   #4
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Same. Recently as an adult i got back into Mountain bike riding and am hooked again. Have ridden over 500 miles in the past 6 months.
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Old 08-08-2022, 06:45 AM   #5
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I grew up in the country in the 60ís
Once I could pedal a bike, we frequently rode several miles away from the house
Age 8-15. I truly grew up in the best of times.

Now I enjoy a simple off road bike, but this country is a little too rocky.
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:31 AM   #6
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My grandson just learned to ride his bike and you can see that first freedom look on his face
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:32 AM   #7
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Growing up in Bryan Tx in the 60s and 70s we experienced much of the same
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:41 AM   #8
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We rode our bikes all over the place in the late 90s/Early 2000s. I always say mine was the last generation who knew what playing outside was. Those days are over now due to sickos, karens, and parents who would rather the kid sit inside all day.
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:43 AM   #9
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I'm about to sign up for a 155 mile gravel ride . Ride is next May and it will take me that long to train for it.
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:46 AM   #10
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Growing up poor my 1st bike was a $5.00 clunker one speed. That was in the 50's and 60's. Fast forward to the 80's when I go married to a fitness nut where we took up running and doing triathlons. My wife kept track of our miles both running and biking but I won't post how many thousands of miles we did on the bike because many wouldn't believe it. I will say that we flew to Washington and rode to Maine self contained and flew with our bikes and rode them for many weeks in Ireland, Switzerland, Germany and Austria over the years. My folks got a kick out of our riding hobby.
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Old 08-08-2022, 08:26 AM   #11
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That feeling of freedom as a kid was priceless. I have great memories of summer mornings and a big group of 9 to11 year-olds from my neighborhood riding our Stingrays in formation all over like we were some kind of pee wee motorcycle gang. At about 14 I had saved enough to buy my first "10 speed" - a bright orange Schwinn Varsity. Now at age 66 I am still riding (on a bike that cost more than the first few cars I owned.) For safety's sake I ride bike paths during the week but what I enjoy most is my Sunday rides. I leave the house at first light and ride the backroads of east Parker County. That couple hours of solitude is an important part of my week.
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Old 08-08-2022, 08:33 AM   #12
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There are some small neighborhoods right around our school here in Flour Bluff. And you DO see a lot of kiddos biking and walking to and from school. BUT, even within that school zone, there are absolutely bat **** crazy drivers that have no regard for anybody other than themselves and I do worry about the safety of these youngsters just trying to make it to school and back. Growing up, many of us had a ton of freedom without a "leash". These days, it seems to keep our kids alive, we have to have at least a long "leash" on them. Our house is probably just the right distance for a bike ride to and from school on fair weather days, but with a big stretch of it not having any sidewalks and the crazy distracted, don't give a care drivers of today, no way. I hate to say it, but it's true. My oldest son is 16 and my wife worries sick about him everytime he leaves the house in his car. I just have to remind her that he has to stretch his legs and spread his wings and we can only hope for the best. Let the boy be and don't worry every second of every day. It's definitely a different world we live in.
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Old 08-08-2022, 08:50 AM   #13
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Awesome subject thread SeŮor BigLee. I grew up riding my bike and experiencing that same type freedom. We had two empty lots by our house. We made trails with dirt ramps and tried to bank curves to go faster.

I remember disassembling my bike paying particular attention to the pedal and back wheel hub assemblies. We would disassemble, soak in gas, clean, grease and reassemble. That made the bike a lot faster of course, at least in our minds.
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Old 08-08-2022, 09:23 AM   #14
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Only bike I ever had was a Stingray with a banana seat back around 67-68. Rode the wheels off of it literally. There was nowhere we couldn`t go in Stephenville. One of the best places to go was thru the Tarleton State campus in the summertime. It was a small college back then and lots of sidewalks to ride on. No one bothered you like they probably would no days. Fun times.
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Old 08-08-2022, 09:37 AM   #15
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My bike made Porter, TX smaller than it already was in the late 70s and early 80s. When I talk about all the places I went on that bike, my wife says, "I don't think your Mother loved you". I don't think I'd cross Hwy59 on a bike today, but it was nothing to do it 40 years ago. I'd get to meet up with my buddies at the Porter Snoball stand, grab a sandwich from the butcher counter at Mayer's Grocery. When Deerbrook Mall opened in Humble, I rode my bike about 7 miles and crossed the San Jacinto River bridge to go check it out. I honestly never considered any place too far. My world was small and awesome.
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Old 08-08-2022, 09:45 AM   #16
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Growing up poor my 1st bike was a $5.00 clunker one speed. That was in the 50's and 60's. Fast forward to the 80's when I go married to a fitness nut where we took up running and doing triathlons. My wife kept track of our miles both running and biking but I won't post how many thousands of miles we did on the bike because many wouldn't believe it. I will say that we flew to Washington and rode to Maine self contained and flew with our bikes and rode them for many weeks in Ireland, Switzerland, Germany and Austria over the years. My folks got a kick out of our riding hobby.

I'm curious as to how many miles you rode a month / year. Don't worry I'll believe it, I know several people that ride over 10,000 a year, and they're just hobbyist. I think the most I've ever done is a little 600 and something in a month.
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Old 08-08-2022, 09:49 AM   #17
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I rode all over the place when I was a kid in the '80s, but then once I hit about 14 bikes weren't cool so I didn't ride for about 30 years. Got me a road bike a few years ago and it's kind of addicting. Now I generally ride somewhere in the neighborhood of 400 miles a month. Little less in the winter little more in the summer.
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Old 08-08-2022, 10:13 AM   #18
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Just got me thinking. Before I got my Stingray my dad came home with a first bike for me to learn on. It was a early 60's very basic bike but it looked brand new. Dad didn't believe in training wheels so it was the classic run alongside, give you a push and yell "now pedal!". More than a few crashes later I got the hang of it. It wasn't until years later I found out it had been my older sister's bike. He knew I wouldn't want a girls bike so he had a friend weld a top tube on the frame and added a rattle can paint job.
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Old 08-08-2022, 10:16 AM   #19
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I rode all over town on my mountain bike. Always dreamed of getting a Cannondale - one of those good ones that run about $1,000.

I finally got my dream bike just to find out that these days $1,000 barely gets you in the door for an entry level, lol. I don't care. Iíve took it out to Spider Mountain, Brushy Creek, the greenbelt and a few others now and have just had a blast.
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Old 08-08-2022, 10:45 AM   #20
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I love my seven speed cruiser. My little town invests some of the dollars into bike and walking trails.
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Old 08-08-2022, 10:49 AM   #21
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I miss my Crome BMX Mongoose. I wore out three sets of tire on that thing. I could ride a wheelie all the way to school. I once road it from Aledo to Bembrook to catch some fish. I was gone all day and my dad trusted I was ok. I still think he followed me just to make sure though.


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Old 08-08-2022, 11:28 AM   #22
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Forgot to mention that we are riding again and it's true what they say, you never forget. 68 years young and I really like it.


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Old 08-08-2022, 11:55 AM   #23
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Man, this brings back memories ! Grew up in a small town, rode my bike almost every day. Rode it to school, town, even got groceries a few times on it. Like many others on here, back in the 60's and 70's, it was our freedom. Never had more than a one speed, you just peddled harder up hills and backpedaled going down. I'd like to get back into it, but I don't think I can afford a bike now a days.
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Old 08-08-2022, 12:01 PM   #24
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Lots of great stories shared here!
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Old 08-08-2022, 12:18 PM   #25
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I grew up with a bike right here in the middle of the DCNF. I ran a massive trap line at 8yrs old. Headlight on my head, 22 on handle bars. 2 hours before daylight. Home in time to catch the bus. Fished every pond in 5 miles.

By ten, I could fix anything on it. Take links out if chains, replace spokes, patch innertubes, whatever it took.
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Old 08-08-2022, 12:23 PM   #26
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I learned to ride a bike on an oyster shell road. I still have scars from 50 years ago.
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Old 08-08-2022, 12:24 PM   #27
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I wore out quite a few bicycles growing up. I have since discovered this thing called the internal combustion engine along with air conditioning and havenít looked back.


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Old 08-08-2022, 03:01 PM   #28
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I learned to ride a bike on an oyster shell road. I still have scars from 50 years ago.
I felt your statement!!
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Old 08-08-2022, 03:20 PM   #29
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Memories of my banana seat stingray with no telling how many playing card "motors" attached with a clothespin!
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Old 08-08-2022, 04:06 PM   #30
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BMX bike, zebco fishing reels and crawfishing after a storm are the memories that come to mind with I think of my childhood. My brother and I each got a BMX from Montgomery Wards at the San Jacinto mall. It came with a warranty. After about the 3rd time that we broke something within the first month they voided that warranty.
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Old 08-08-2022, 06:56 PM   #31
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It's a wonder I was able to have kids after all the times I racked myself on that cross bar doing jumps or something stupid on one of mine. Definitely spent the most of my childhood on one. We lived too far out of town for my parents to allow us to ride to the store or school. We lived in a corner on a fairly busy "highway," but we had a dead end dirt road along the other side of the house. We moved a couple miles from there when I was 13, and my cousins and I had several acres of farm land to ride on and an amazing hill to ride down. Very few times were we able to ride all the way to the top, before we had to get off and push the rest of the way up. Man was it fun going down it though.
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Old 08-08-2022, 09:53 PM   #32
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This thread has brought back some great memories for me and is very timely.

We are in small town Idaho for my 50 year class reunion and we were discussing what a crucial role the bicycle played in our lives 6-16. There was no social networking if you didn't have a bike. Nowhere was to far, to rough, or to dark. You could keep it rolling, patch a tube quick, and turn 3 broke pieces of shat into a custom mode of transportation. Talk about a freedom machine, try to find me or try to catch me.

As an adult, I continued to ride both road and trail. Did some century rides and some triathlons, but haven't done anything serious for years. This year I planned a back country elk hunt while we are in Idaho and setup my road bike on the wind trainer in the garage to get some aerobic work in without the pounding. Since the first of the year until the end of July, I was pleased to get in over 100 workouts, basically every other day. For a mature guy I thought I did pretty well, working up to 40 minute workouts at 75-85% Max HR.

Fast forward to today, I found myself riding my trusty Trek 800 down the streets of my little town in Idaho. Life is good and I wouldn't change my upbringing for anything.

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Old 08-08-2022, 09:57 PM   #33
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I was fortunate enough to grow up with a bicycle.

The several I had over the years gave me freedom. I ran away from home on my bike. Made it 3/4 mile down the road. Turned around and figured I might need more snacks to make it on my own. So I waited till I was 18 to live on my own.

My friends and I knew exactly where to hang out. Simply by how many bikes laid in the driveway, baseball field, park, or gas station.

I would mow yards save my couple dollars just to have a snack outside my local 7 Eleven. I would ride all over town. Pretend I was some stunt dare devil. Build a ramp out of rotten pieces of wood.

I'd chance death, love and freedom on those bikes. As I prepare my day. Leave my house. I will likely not see one kid headed to school on their bike. The front lawn of most every school had bike racks. Packed full of Huffys. Today, maybe one or two.

The joy of getting your first 10 speed. Mountain bike. Learning the front brake is a death trap!! Those days are behind us.

I recently handed keys over to my 16 yr old daughter. I think back. Realized, she never peddled her way to school and back. Never had to keep track of a lock combo or key. Never rode home on her bike. Bike of freedom.

I grew up living life like the kids from the movie Sandlot. I sure miss that time in our lives.
You are so right, those were the good old days!
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Old 08-09-2022, 07:05 AM   #34
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Learned to ride a bike in the alief area of Houston. I remember getting a diamondback for Christmas one year.

Laid back seat, pegs on front and rear and a rotor. We never rode to skool but every afternoon we went all over the hood. It got stolen just before we moved to tomball. We had 4 wheelers then.

My son got a Mt bike and still ran all over our streets and we'd take him and the bike to another neighborhood so they could fish. He had 2 rod holder's

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I was fortunate enough to grow up with a bicycle.

The several I had over the years gave me freedom. I ran away from home on my bike. Made it 3/4 mile down the road. Turned around and figured I might need more snacks to make it on my own. So I waited till I was 18 to live on my own.

My friends and I knew exactly where to hang out. Simply by how many bikes laid in the driveway, baseball field, park, or gas station.

I would mow yards save my couple dollars just to have a snack outside my local 7 Eleven. I would ride all over town. Pretend I was some stunt dare devil. Build a ramp out of rotten pieces of wood.

I'd chance death, love and freedom on those bikes. As I prepare my day. Leave my house. I will likely not see one kid headed to school on their bike. The front lawn of most every school had bike racks. Packed full of Huffys. Today, maybe one or two.

The joy of getting your first 10 speed. Mountain bike. Learning the front brake is a death trap!! Those days are behind us.

I recently handed keys over to my 16 yr old daughter. I think back. Realized, she never peddled her way to school and back. Never had to keep track of a lock combo or key. Never rode home on her bike. Bike of freedom.

I grew up living life like the kids from the movie Sandlot. I sure miss that time in our lives.
BL did you grow up by me. I remember riding by the ditches picking up coke bottles and get a quarter a piece. Then would ride to the store and get my favorite Mrs.Bairds apple pie and a coke

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Old 08-09-2022, 09:12 AM   #36
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BL did you grow up by me. I remember riding by the ditches picking up coke bottles and get a quarter a piece. Then would ride to the store and get my favorite Mrs.Bairds apple pie and a coke

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Quite possibly. However, by the time I was a kid we invented plastic! I do remember Gatorade in glass bottles.
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Quite possibly. However, by the time I was a kid we invented plastic! I do remember Gatorade in glass bottles.
Yeah sounds like you're alot older than me

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Old 08-09-2022, 02:50 PM   #38
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Iíve been on a bike my whole life. My 3 kids were riding without training wheels at age of 3. Hereís a pic of me and my daughters down hilling in CO. They race Mountain bikes in the off season of other sports.





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Old 08-09-2022, 03:34 PM   #39
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Same here. Grew up in 70s-80s riding bikes miles from home without a care.


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Old 08-09-2022, 03:57 PM   #40
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That colorado trip looks like fun!!
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Old 08-09-2022, 06:28 PM   #41
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71 and just bought a new bike!!
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Old 08-09-2022, 06:59 PM   #42
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71 and just bought a new bike!!
Pics or it didnít happen. JK

This is awesome! Enjoy the bike riding!
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