It all started around the age of two or three years of age that I threw a fit inside the department store.
My mother said she had to take the last of her money to buy the Big Wheel low-ride that caught my eye as soon as I had spotted it on display.
My mother’s money did not go to waste.
I rode that Big Wheel up and down the block of our neighborhood and everywhere else when I was supervised by an adult.
I had a high-ride tricycle prior to the Big Wheel that I barely rode. I was not enthusiastic about the red three-wheeler as it later collected dust in the garage.
The color of my Big Wheel was red and yellow. I wore the plastic out of the rider I rode it so much. It had partially split in half.
I loved my Big Wheeler!
When I had gotten a little older my uncle bought me a blue colored bike with training wheels.
When it was time for the training wheels to come off my mother taught me how to ride holding my balance. I learned fast all in one day.
Afterwards, there were other children on the block of our neighborhood who asked my mother to teach them how to ride their bikes without training wheels since their parents had not shown them yet.
In between the periods of the Big Wheel and bike I also enjoyed riding the wheels of my roller’s skates and hot-pink colored skateboard.
Though the skateboard did not interest me nearly as much as the other apparatuses.
Before I hit my teenage years, my mother purchased me a 10-Speed bike.
The last time I rode a bike was in the year 1998.
Bike riding was always a fun, enjoyable activity for me. From childhood riding through the streets with my puppy chilling in the basket of the handle-bars, around corners, and up and down steep hills.
Riding in groups with other neighborhood children reveling in the hot mornings, afternoons and evenings of spring and summer.
I had some wonderful times with a bicycle.
Bicycling as an adult in the quiet of the night, under the calm leaves of trees. Refreshing air blowing amid a breeze while going to get something to eat or something otherwise are just pleasurable accounts to remember.