We’ve seen some cycling memes circling our feeds with relatable puns and humors. Most of them made us laugh and say “OMG! That’s so me”. Since we believe that laughter is the best medicine, we’d like to share with you 10 cycling memes that should bring you a little happiness.
Just in case you can’t get out there and ride, these hilarious cycling memes are sure to get you through the boredom.
It’s a healthy addiction
Cycling can be addictive. Most cyclist spend countless hours on the bike, hoping to improve their performance. They would train hard everyday without taking the time to rest and recover. Unlike other forms of addiction, riding a bike makes you happier. The smile that’s spreading over your face at the end of the ride is enough to prove it.
While cycling is exhausting, it can also be restorative. We feel better physically and mentally. We also sleep better at night, which is crucial for our overall well-being. It’s a healthy addiction, at least.
What cycling feels like
There is nothing quite like the feeling of riding the bike. The sun on your back, the wind on your face, and the feeling of freedom you get when your ride the bike makes you feel alive. Heck, just catching a glimpse of your bike gets you excited. Thanks to your brain’s ability to remember pleasure, a section of your brain lights up as you remember how awesome you felt the last time you were out.
Our inner child is happy when we ride our bikes. It offers those precious quiet moments that fill us with awe and gratitude.
How I feel when I can’t ride my bike
Cycling is fun and exciting. It gets your heart pumping, raises your heart rate, and gives you the feeling of freedom. But let’s face it. There are days when you just don’t feel like hopping on the bike and pedaling for miles. When winter rolls around and the temperatures dips, you feel sad and blue knowing that you won’t be able to ride your bike for a few months. The countdown begins. You can’t wait for spring and you’re already getting ready for riding season.
Entering a bike shop
Upgrades are a must if you’re looking for better performance from your bike. If you started cycling a few years ago, chances are some of the components are now due for replacement.
You can’t contain your excitement as you head to your local bike shop. Once you entered the bike shop, it felt like Christmas morning.
There are so many bike parts, components, and accessories. You don’t even know which one to get. This is one of the cycling memes almost everyone can relate to.
Cyclists make the best friends
Cycling is a social sport. It gives you an opportunity to meet new people. Everyone is there to have fun and learn new things. Knowing that you already have something in common makes you practically best friends.
Some of the best friendships are made on two wheels. There’s an honest rapport that’s built while sweating it out. Plus, they have incredible stories about the rides they’ve been on. You’ll never get bored.
Riding clipped-in to your pedals
Being clipped into your pedals help you feel more at one with the bike. The firm connection to your pedals make for more efficient power transfer. But let’s face it. It takes some effort to get in and out of the pedals.
How I look at myself when I ride by my reflection
You walk out of the house in full cycling gear. You’re wearing skin-tight matching top and shorts combo, gloves, cycling shoes, helmet, and a backpack. You look like you know a lot about the sport. Most importantly, you look badass in that outfit.
Cyclists are the toughest of athletes
This is one of the Cyclists are the toughest of athletes. Need proof? Soccer players would pretend they’re injured at the slightest provocation. Cyclists, on the other hand, would still ride their bike and say they’re totally fine even when fatigued or injured. It would be really hard to convince them to take a day off. No pain, discomfort or injury would stop them from riding their bike.
Spend too much money on bike
Cyclists are not cheapskates. They wouldn’t take up cycling as a hobby if they are. The bike alone costs thousands and thousands of dollars, and the price of new bikes will continue to climb upwards in the future.
Aside from the bike, you also have to set aside money for your cycling gear. And don’t get me started on the cost of upgrades. But who cares? Cycling makes us happy, and that’s what’s important.
The more, the merrier
While some cyclists are contented owning just one bike, many of them don’t think one is enough.
If you’re an avid cyclist, then you’re probably familiar with the N+1 formula. N stands for the number of bikes you already have. Meaning, you should have more than one.
Did you know that the average cyclist owns at least 8 bikes? Some would keep their bike collection in the garage; while others keep theirs displayed in their living room.
Is there such a thing as too much bike? We don’t think so. The more, the merrier.