Birthday rides have been around for awhile. It is not just a matter of going out for a ride on your birthday, but rather riding one mile for each year of one’s age. I must admit I think they got things messed up. Riding 90 miles at 90 years old seems like a bit much to me. It seems like the mileage needs to be decreasing as one ages rather than increasing. Hmmm … I think I would rather take a ride on a tilt-a-whirl anyway on my birthday. I wonder if I could still handle it at 90. Although I have not ridden any carnival rides for at least 30 years I like to think that at 71 I could still handle it like I did as a teenager. What? Oh ye of little faith! My birthday is near the end of the year and I live in the northern United States so I won’t be going on any long rides at that time of year. I do good to be able to go out for a short ride. Then there are the New Year Day rides. The weather is seldom very accommodating so I rarely go out for a New Year Day ride. As most of us have learned … in life you can’t always have your cake and eat it too. Hey, that chocolate birthday cake does look pretty good. I can’t ride my trike until I get new wheels for it and I can’t eat any of that cake. I am trying to make the best of it. I really want to …
KEEP ON TRIKIN’
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