We decided to drive to Houston on Wednesday because it was going to be a distant ride if we drove on friday. We had 1 more tournaments left and we were off to the world series. My teammates and I were excited and were ready to play. We all arrived in Houston on Thursday so we had a couple of days to have fun. My teammates and I went all over Houston to have fun, but they weren’t just teammates, they were also my closest friends.
In blistering Texas, it was America 's Independence Day. As usual on every Independence Day since I was five years old, Ben and Alex, my two best friends, and I, went on a manly picnic. I diligently carried out my household chores, packed my picnic bag and off I went to collect my friends by way of bicycle. It is going to be an awesome day, I thought to myself as I sped down my neighborhood street on my beat-up blue Schwinn. Ben and I were born on the same day May 21, 2003.
Many years back, as a young rider, I participated in a Harley Riders Tour and the experience was big. We were a relatively small pack of young enthusiastic riders with a few older experienced Harley riders. I met Greg, a leader and father, who taught me what I know about a motorcycle rider's safety. Here are 10 tips that helped me and, will help you keep safe while riding on your bike. #1.
When you’re a young child getting your bike and receiving your parents’ permission to ride off into the sunset it seems to be the equivalent of when your 16 years old and you get your driver’s license. It’s your form of freedom and independence. When leaving with your two wheels of freedom on your bike everyone knows the rules and has had their parents stamp them into their heads; wear your helmet, look both ways before crossing the street and be safe. Great rules to always have but they do start to get drowned out as they are always said and quit often heard less and less as you respond, “Yes mom I know.” With this article we can discuss three areas that will increase the safety for everyone riding a bike and something new for parents to grind into their kid’s mind. The first safety measure we will talk about is riding on the road for safety.
My father, reacting to my pressure, decided to surprise me, and bought me a beautiful silver Aerocycle with blue tires and covers, it was the perfect one, the bike that I had always dreamed about. In the Dominican Republic, parents used to buy the presents for children’s day the day before, and hid them for the day after, of course if it was a bike, like mine, It could not have been hidden because it was a big
Agatha（杨溢） Creative Writing Class #1 Memoir 1# draft The first time to learn riding a bike There are numerous the first time in our life and each first time is the process of challenging myself and improving myself. The first time to ride a bike give me deep and profound impression. In my 10th birthday, I received my birthday present from my uncle—— a beautiful bicycle. I was happy very much. I was admired that seeing others riding a bicycle go through quickly by my side each time with an attitude of handsome previously.
While singing is fun, it’s interesting to know how much work is put into making and reading the songs. My journey through music started with my parents. One year, on Valentines day, my mom recorded herself singing a song and put it on a CD for my dad. My father would play that song for me in the car and told me my mom was singing and I would be so excited. I have always thought my mom had a beautiful voice and I have always wished I could sing like her.
The weekend that changed my life One of the most important memories that I recall the best, was two years ago when I won my first Pro-UTV race of my life. That day I realized something that I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I was always around racing my entire life, however that was the day it became a part of who I was as a person. There have been many times since then that I have gotten good finishes and podium spots but nothing compares to the first time ever being up on the top of a podium and giving a speech to a couple thousand people. I remember everything vividly from that day; it was the weekend of July 24, 2015.
I like do a lot of hands on activities like bridge building. I am actually the main builder of our team. I have more experience as a hands on learner. than a visual or lecture learner. From a young age, I always loved taking things apart and put them back together.For example I used to take the tires, chains, and pedals off the bike and put it right back together I am from a family of six with 3 other siblings.
This event was important at the time because it was when i finally got a little brother. It still is important to me because me and my brother do a lott together and get along very well. 1st Grade In first grade I was riding my bike down the development trying to go “no hands”. Witch I had done before and had been good at. But hit a stone on the rode just right and got