My 4:20 bike ride on this beautiful morning in New England is one of the highlights of my day. So many people I meet and ride with share the same sense of pride in their own fitness and in their ability to live a self-aware life.
If I had to sum up the feel of the drive, I’d say it’s like a roller coaster ride. However, once you get to the top, the ride starts again. You know it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be back down again.
The fact is that the only way to really ride a bike is with a helmet. Head injuries occur too many times to count.
It is true that head injuries happen too many times to count. But I don’t think that is a bad thing. If you have a chance to think about the risks of the activity, you can minimize your chances of getting hurt. This is why I like this video by bike safety advocate, Nicky Brine. He says that if you think about the risks, you can reduce the chances of getting hurt by only going to places where it is less dangerous to ride.
Nicky Brine is a friend of mine, and I really appreciate his work. I have seen him speak at the conferences I attend, and I have seen him do a lot of volunteer work. He also has written a great book called “Pedal to the Metal,” which is a great read about the dangers of riding. He is currently working on a book that will be for free to the public.
The book is called The 4% Solution: How to Ride Safely, Fast, and Free. The story of the 4% Solution starts with a woman named Beth who is diagnosed with a progressive neurodegenerative disease and is taking it very hard. A doctor gives her a pill that will allow her to be fully alert and awake, but it also has side effects.
The side effects are actually pretty mild compared to the big, scary side effects of the drug. The side effects are quite mild compared to the massive memory loss, disorientation, hallucinations, and panic attacks that Beth and her family experience. The problem is, she’s taking it for a disease that is completely incurable. It’s a disease that can only be treated by using a cocktail of drugs.
The problem is that the drugs to treat the disease don’t kill you. If you take too many, you’ll die of something else. Like cancer. If you take too few, you’ll die of something else. Like heart disease. And if you take too many and you take too many and you take too many, you’ll die of something else.
But Beth has a problem. Her problem is that there are only a handful of doctors who can treat her. This is a problem because her problem is that shes afraid of dying. This is a problem because shes afraid of dying of cancer. And this is a problem because shes afraid of dying of heart disease and of dying from all of the other possible diseases she could die from.
And like heart disease and cancer, it’s not just a matter of whether or not she gets a doctor. She doesn’t even have a list of who she’s afraid of dying of. She doesn’t know who she’s afraid of dying of.