May 27, 2014 Leave a comment
A few weeks ago we gave our Facebook fans the chance to win a great Bike to Work Day package by telling us what inspired them to ride.
While the winners have already been notified, we were overwhelmed by the responses we got. Everyone gave us some great reasons for riding, but a few of our favorites really inspired us to get out and ride ourselves. From a wish to be healthier, to the freedom of the ride, to rediscovering your inner child, we hope you find your fellow cyclist’s thoughts as great as we do.
Thanks to everyone who entered, and if you haven’t already, go ahead and like us on Facebook to keep up on the latest at Performance, and the chance to enter for more great give-aways.
Check out some of our favorite comments…
I ride my bike to work every day. I am a much happier person when I ride… Burn of stress, have a little quiet time. I feel like I know a secret that other people are completely missing out on!
I love the freedom of a bike and being to get away from the world for a few hours. Everything looks different from a bike.
It’s just me, the bike, my thoughts and the road.
For exercise and fresh air. It’s a fun way to switch things up
Built in triathlon training. .outdoors. .save gas..wind in my face..destress time..justify bike cost..health..exciting roads alongside deer..
My 3 year old yelling “go daddy go” from the Burley behind me.
Freedom and peace of mind on the open road!
Because it makes me feel like I’m still 12.
Peter Sagan inspires me to ride; ripped calves inspire me to ride; the feeling of fresh air rushing in my lungs; the feeling of flying when I’m on a mountain descent; and reducing my carbon footprint on bike to work day. Biking = Inspiration!
My wife, kids, and career as a firefighter. Riding keeps me fit so I can do my job and make it home to my family.
Joy of being under my own power, and for my health.
Adventure! You never know what is around the corner!
My kids get a chance to see their dad workings towards living healthier….plus there isn’t much better then riding a trail you’ve never been on what an adventure
My Husband! I started riding for Bike MS as he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis
My 9 year old son wants to ride every day with me and its great for inspiration.
To be healthier after beating cancer twice.