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Bike Riding Essay Examples

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A Personal Narrative on the Love of Riding a Bike
Ride It Like You Stole It As I walked through the bike shop looking at all the shiny new bikes I wished one of them could be mine. One day my uncle came along on one of my trips to the bike store and told me, "If you really want a bike, I will get you a bike." I felt as if I could fly like a free bird because I...
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The Thrill of Bike Riding
The lights dimmed the crowed was speechless and I held my breath. Over
the headset I heard ``cue curtain'' and the show had begun. As the show
commenced I had work to do, the scenery had to be changed and I was the
one to do it. I was there to reel in the new backdrop after each scene
and everyone was depending on me. This...
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The Problem of People Not Realizing the Importance of Bike Helmet in the Society
No More Accidents Bike helmet safety is a big problem in our society. People do not realize that a bike helmet to a biker is the same as a seat belt to a motorist. We as bikers need all the protection that we can get since we don’t have the tank-like protection of a ’88 Ford Tempo. So now I am going to tell you a story of...
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Overview of Bikeshare website
On the Capital Bikeshare main website, the author breaks down each different element into tabs and categories. The author effectively convinces his audience that resorting to Bikeshare as a substitution of transportation is gaining popularity and interest through the use of statistics, surveys, and even emotional stories....
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An Overview of the Bike Helmet Safety and the Traumatizing Bike Accident
Bike helmet safety is a big problem in our society. People do not realize that a bike helmet to a biker is the same as a seat belt to a motorist. We as bikers need all the protection that we can get since we dont have the tank-like protection of a 88 Ford Tempo. So now I am going to tell you a story of a personal experience...
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A Description of Mountain Bike Which have Gone Through a Very Intense Evolution Process Over the Past Decade
It has been a decade in the making, but the mountain bike has become a
passion for many people. Along with this passion it has also become the most
environmental way to get from point A to B. It has gone through a very intense
evolution process over the past decade. It all started with some guys from California who took th...
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A Comparison of the Features of the Cruiser Bike and the Street Bike
The Cruiser bike vs. the Street/Sport bike Several years ago sitting at my home computer, I heard a motorcycle go by the house. Once I heard that motorcycle go by it sent chills down my spine and made my heart pound. After that I knew I must have one of those things. I m glad this motorcycle went by the house because it g...
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Bike Helmet Safety Is a Big Problem in Our Society
No More Accidents Bike helmet safety is a big problem in our society. People do not realize that a bike helmet to a biker is the same as a seat belt to a motorist. We as bikers need all the protection that we can get since we don’t have the tank-like protection of a ’88 Ford Tempo. So now I am going to tell you a story of...
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The Creative Writing, My Bike
Creative Writing: My Bike Finally, the first day of decent weather after a long and rainy winter, had arrived. I'd been looking forward to this day ever since I had baught my mountain bike last December. This would be the first ride that I would be taking, and I was had been really looking forward to this day. As I gra...
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A Personal Recount of the El Serene Bike Trail
I look down; the terrain beneath me turns into a blur as I gain speed. My legs are burning. My lungs gasp with every breath. To keep a steady pace, I concentrate on pumping the pedals rhythmically with my pounding heartbeat. In my community, El Serene, there are numerous mountain bike trails. One particularly challenging t...
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My Dad Taught Me to Ride a Bike
Motivation: the general desire or willingness of someone to do something. My dad has motivated me on right from the start. He has helped me on numerous occasions. Despite the fact, that I wasn’t the fastest learner, he was the best teacher. I will never forget the extra skills and lessons that he educated me with and the pe...
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Scouting At A Young Age
The story about Brandon Weaver life is quite interesting. The first thing that he remembers was at the age of 5. It was the day of this birthday. As of one of the present that he really wanted was a bike. When his parent walked into the room, he saw the amazing yellow wonderful bike. He was pumped to get on it and take it f...
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Are Americans Too Dependent on Automobiles?
Nobody will doubt that the automobile is an important transportation
for north Americans, but in my opinion not all northern Americans have
become too dependent on the automobile. You have to consider different
kinds of people and also different kinds of areas where they live in. At first let us look at the areas wh...
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The Little Trouble Makers
It’s the Fourth of July and our shirts feel as if they are super glued to our backs. We ride our bikes through the woods in Watercolor, just Megan and I, and head for the lake. The speakers in my bike basket are vibrating as the playlist of mash-ups that our friend made blares out and Megan is singing every song at the top...
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Riding a Bike Is an Activity that Begins in Childhood
Riding my bike I started out onto a street familiar to traffic jams, making sure I stayed on the sidewalk, and continued all the way to the corner and turned left. I pedaled as fast as I could, my LA Light sneakers taking a beating on the cracked pavement. The palm trees dwarfed me as I searched the familiar stores where my...
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Riding Accident in the Story of My Speedy Cross-Country Riding over the Weekend
Countless times Ive stood over my red and white K2 mountain-bike at the top peak of a mountain. Staring in awe of the miles of downhill trail that lay in front of me. It must be something about the crisp cold air that that you cant seem to inhale enough of, or the rush of adrenaline that I know will come over me when I race...
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The Creative Writing, Riding in the Wind
When I think back to that day, the one thing that sticks out in my mind is the wind. The wind, that thrust the trees from side to side, that made the house creak. The wind is what made that day eerie. It was a mid-spring morning, about ten o’clock. I was at home, alone, as it was a Sunday. Mom and [sister] were at chur...
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The Bill Pickett Riding Academy
The Bill Pickett Riding Academy is a organization which would purpose to bring a touch of the old and new West to the under served, underprivileged, inner city and disabled community through history, horsemanship and new environmental exposure. Projected outcome are high moral standards, a keen since of responsibility, resp...
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Horse Back Riding as a Hobby
Horse back riding is an awesome hobby that I enjoy every evening after school. Many people think that riding a horse is quite hard, when in fact it isn't. People can easily learn how to ride a horse when they follow basic steps. First you'll put your tack on the horse. The tack is the saddle, bridle, girth, pad, etc... You...
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Personal Experiences with Riding Dirt Bikes
Who would have ever fathomed dirt bikes would enter mainstream sports as a fierce competitor? This sport is for people who love pushing it to the edge, people who love fear. Motocross exemplifies speed, power, and agility. If you put all these factors into one and you don’t have the proper equipment to perform, tragedy can...
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My Most Memorable Childhood Accomplishment
At age seven, my biggest concern was one thing: learning how to ride a “big girl bike”. I was a very cautious child. I never broke any rules, and I never did anything “dangerous”. I always wanted to learn new things like the monkey bars or a dive, but I was too afraid to fail. My brother on the other hand did so many things...
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My Passion for Dirt Biking
Since I was nine years old I was put on my first dirt bike. The day I
got my bike was one of the most exciting moments of my life. While I was
in Florida visiting my cousins, would lead to my passion of the sport
motocross. I remember the day we left Florida with a dirt bike in the
trunk of a sedan and on our way home to Il...
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An Overview of the Company Profile of UK Bike Factory Firm J. Griffiths Ltd
J. Griffiths Ltd is an old British traditional bike factory, which was a major manufacturer in UK. They have a wide range of bicycle for different kinds of customers. Today the profits are declining rapidly and there is an increase of the competition from South East Asia. Those factories are more competitive and have a high...
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Pulleys: Simple Science in Motion
PULLEYS The bike uses many different types of simple machines to move and stop. The simple machine that makes it go is the pedals and gears, and the simple machine that makes it stop is the brakes. Pedals and Gears: Pedals and gears are simple machines. The chain of a bike goes in a continuous circle around one big spro...
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Why You Should Never Let People You Don't Know Ride Your Bike
On a hot sultry summer day in the dog days of August an intense heat was stagnant over the island. This kind of heat was one that could fry egg on concrete. My best friend George found two battery powered toy cars that children across the street used to play with everyday. The two cars were worn out so much that the electro...
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