Bicycling Essay Examples

  • My Journey

    1269 words - 6 pages

    My Journey I've always believed that if you put in the work, the results will come. I don't do things half-heartedly. Because I know if I do, then I can expect half-hearted results. -- Michael Jordan As I was growing up, all the kids around me had a nice bike. I still had my old raggedy tricycle, my friends would make fun of me because that was for little kids but most importantly they did not want to hang out with a little kid. Even when as a young child I learned that I had to get bigger and better things then the rest. it was maybe mid November when they really got on my case

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    Business Plan

    3724 words - 15 pages

    Executive Summary Breakaway Bicycle Company designs and builds custom bicycle frames to the exact specifications of the finest road and mountain bike racing professionals in the world. Breakaway has earned this right because its founder and master builder, Mike Giro, hand crafts road and mountain frames that satisfy the one common specification of all competitive cyclists — it helps them to win races. Since 1990, Breakaway has designed and built bike frames for racing professionals and those biking enthusiasts who take their riding seriously and want to own the best equipment. As more

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    Biking

    2778 words - 12 pages

    Eventually, the kids began to modify their bikes, making them stronger and better at surviving the hazards set up on the tracks they built. These early racetracks were usually built on empty sandlots and neighborhood trails. They included mud hazards, jumps and other obstacles. Kids were now seen on their modified bicycles not only tearing through the dirt, but also creating their own tracks. The next step in the growing sport was organized races. In 1976-1977 two bicycle organizations were born. They were the National Bicycle League (NBL) and the American Bicycle Association (ABA). T

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    Forbidden Love

    1073 words - 5 pages

    November 2, 2011 Forbidden Love in Wendy Wasserstein’s The Man in a Case In the play The Man in a Case by Wendy Wasserstein there are two people that are meant to be but are blinded and, although Byelinkov and Varinka are two completely different people they share one very important thing, love. Varinka is a carefree soul, while Byelinkov is a successful and worrisome. Their love is and would be great. They are the perfect match for each other they over take each other’s personalities so it allows them to see nothing but love. All the love they have for each other, only one can see past all

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    Biking Instead Of Driving

    1736 words - 7 pages

    Should I Ride My Bike To Work Instead Of Driving? Biking to work instead of driving seems to be a great way to save money these days due to the rising cost of gas. Riding a bike is also a very good way to avoid getting stuck in traffic jams. Just the other day I got stuck in traffic on my way to work, and this man riding his bike just passed right by me. And for that moment I wished it was me on that bike because I was late for work. The way gasoline prices are going up all over the world, biking to work instead of driving will be the best way to offset the rising cost of gas, an

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