We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Biking Quotes from Rey Mysterio, Gretchen Bleiler, Dean Ambrose, Ramez Naam, Adam Driver. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
No matter how much cardio you do – running or biking or whatever – it’s never the same as being in the ring.
I think whenever you get out and do something different, like mountain biking or surfing, it just makes you more aware of your body and balance. For me, I’ve always loved anything that involved sports, so I’ve always just tried different things.
I’m big into mountain biking.
I do a lot of speaking about energy and environment. But that’s more a second job than a hobby. Hobby-wise, I love the outdoors – hiking, biking, kayaking, swimming, scuba diving. Because I spend almost all of my life in front of a screen, time in nature is especially important, I think.
I was in a mountain biking accident and broke my sternum about three months before my unit was supposed to deploy to Iraq, and it’s such a close-knit community that the idea of not getting to go is hugely jarring, so I tried to get put back in training and wound up injuring it worse.
I don’t really go mountain biking per se, like a proper sport.
Mountain biking is such a very small community. I just want to put the hard work in so people don’t think I’m a slacker. I want the hardcore mountain bikers to respect, ‘Okay, well, he did it the right way.’
I do a lot of biking. I need that mileage and the long-distance stuff because tennis demands it. My fitness trainer is always trying to convince me to do an Ironman. I can probably run the marathon, I can make the 112 miles on the bike, but I will never swim for 2.4 miles. I will die after 100 meters.
I wanted to merge two worlds that were very important to me. Being able to raise money for Dropping Dimes through the sale of custom biking kits was the perfect plan.
I try and find fun activities like mountain biking, hiking, or water sports for a workout rather than pushing weight in the gym.
Biking and photography are a perfect combination for me.
Sports have always been a really important part of how I energize myself, as well as how I relax. I spend a lot of my spare time with my family playing tennis, biking and rollerblading.
I love theater, going to the movies, and cooking new vegan dishes at home. I also love dancing salsa and traveling, and doing outdoor sports such as biking, hiking, and swimming.
I find biking challenges so many aspects of health that are important for longevity, acuity, and mental health.
I tend to do something for two years then move on to something new. Yoga, then biking, then weight lifting, then back to biking. The moment it feels like a rut, I switch and search for a new love. It’s like having a midlife crisis, but without the new wife or cheesy BMW.
Whether running, biking, swimming, or dancing, I just like to always be on the move.
I like to go hiking. I like to go rappelling, swimming, biking. I go boogie-boarding. I collect Hot Wheels. I collect glass. I collect coins. And I collect cards.
I used to watch MotoGP quite a bit, I liked MotoGP. I had a motorbike before I had a go-kart and before I had a motorbike I had a quad bike but I was too dangerous, and before I did quad biking I did horse riding, so it’s been a long journey.
I started to run marathons and got into road biking in Los Angeles. It was a lot of fun and I managed to get into the shape of my life.
My favorite off the court workout would be biking.
I don’t like Las Vegas. I’d rather be mountain biking or climbing.
I wouldn’t recommend people to go up and ride their road bikes in Kenya. Bikes are not meant to be on the roads. But the mountain biking is fantastic. You can go right up into the tea and coffee plantations up in the highlands. You can descend the great Rift Valley.
I used a bike in London and that’s it. I learnt a lot about biking, and really got into. Now I cycle regularly.
I realized I was never going to be Lance Armstrong. And in biking, if you want to make money, you have to be the best.
When I’m not running, I cycle about 30 miles a day. I use the biking as cross training. I’m kind of a maniac. I race everybody.
People ask me what my hobbies are in interviews, and I always say biking. But all I bike for is to get to rehearsal more quickly.
I started mountain-bike riding two years ago, which is much better than riding a stationary bike in the gym. Mountain biking is a total body workout.
Comedy is an indoors thing, so I take every opportunity to go outside. A lot of that involves finding places that are remote, or places where you can look at birds, or do mountain biking or paddle boarding or walking.
I’m a huge camper, and love hiking and mountain biking.
Biking takes so much time. You need three hours to get in a good ride. In one hour, you can get in a good run.
For me, training is my meditation, my yoga, hiking, biking all rolled into one. Wake up early in the morning, generally around 4 o’clock, and I’ll do my cardio on an empty stomach. Stretch, have a big breakfast, and then I’ll go train.
I’m an outdoor person. You’ll always see me outdoors – mountain biking, going to the park, going outside throwing the football. I love being on the water. I go canoeing, kayaking, anything really. I like extreme sports too. ATVs, dirt bikes. I am a country girl. Fishing, hunting, hog hunting.
A lot of the biking sequences in the beginning, like going down the steps and over the ramp, I of course didn’t do any of that stuff. I wish I could have but I didn’t.
One of the questions I get asked a lot is, ‘What do you do to stay in shape?’ My glib answer is, ‘I play.’ But I mean it. Sure, I go to the gym, but I don’t spend my life there. Most of my activity is outdoors, whether it’s basketball or mountain biking or rock climbing.
Anything that’s outdoorsy and fun, like hiking, biking, running, paddleboarding, swimming in the ocean… and then I’ll mix in Pilates, yoga, spin, ballet.
I love being outdoors – hiking, biking, and swimming.
I guess I am basically most comfortable when I’m alone. As a kid, I was very much a loner. I love long distance running and long distance biking. A director once pointed out that those are all very isolated exercises you do for hours at a time.
Toronto is exploding with cyclists, with more and more people wanting to cycle and being turned off driving because of the incredible congestion. Biking is a much more efficient way of getting around, and you get there faster.
If you’re biking more and walking more, you’re going to be happier and healthier. And you’ll probably feel better if you take out less garbage, as most of us feel pretty crappy about that. But I don’t think we can mistake those acts for doing what it takes to address a crisis at a global level.
As a kid, I did some running but especially loved biking and swimming. I grew up on Long Island, and our mom took us all the time to the ocean, so I grew up doing open-water swimming in the Atlantic.