Loving the Bike TV: Believe You Can Do It

19
Mar
2014

Belief is possibly the biggest ingredient when it comes to achieving your goals.  As you know, I’m no runner….but it wasn’t until that first dude ran a 4 minute mile that others knew it was possible and were able to do it themselves.  Same thing with climbing Everest.  Once it was done, there was no stopping all the others who’ve decided to do it since.

When it comes to riding a bike, there isn’t anything you cannot do.  Look at guys like Danny MacAskill and Martyn Ashton who are doing things on a bike that weren’t even thought of before.  They believed it was possible, and they made it happen.  How about the speeds and performance of today’s pro cyclists?  They’re at the level they are because they’ve seen what’s possible and believe in themselves to get where they want to go.

This week’s Loving the Bike TV episode is all about personal belief.  You Can Do It.

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2 Responses to “ Loving the Bike TV: Believe You Can Do It ”

  1. MochaSpoke Mandy on March 19, 2014 at 9:10 am

    I also think it often seems easier to young people because, like you said, it’s all about belief…kids often believe anything is possible (and they’re right). It’s figuring out how to foster that belief, and make sure it continues to grow, no matter how crazy it sounds to other people. Keep them believing into adulthood.

    And, as an adult, it’s never too late to start believing in yourself and the things you want to achieve.

    I’m a little off topic, sorry. But yes…believe that what you dream IS possible…and if finding someone who has done the same thing (or something similar), helps, then go for it! Just make sure you get there. :)

    • Darryl is Loving the Bike on March 20, 2014 at 7:02 am

      Good words, sweetie. Let’s be sure to keep that belief in our kids, and help find a way to get others to retain that belief as well.

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