Loving the Bike TV: Find Your Zen


Loving the Bike TVIt’s been way too long since I put out an episode of Loving the Bike TV.  Well, it’s finally here and this time around I’m focusing on using loving life on and off the bike…..but more so on the bike.

We all love our time on the bike, but getting into that zen-like state is something we all need in our lives.

Here’s more in the video:

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4 Responses to “ Loving the Bike TV: Find Your Zen ”

  1. Paul K. on July 20, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    So true, so true. I’ve been traveling a lot for work and can’t seem to get back on the bike and I can definitely tell the difference in the way I feel about life and my attitude towards others. Back in the office next week so looking forward to some evening rides around town. Keep the rubber side down!

    • Darryl on July 20, 2016 at 9:32 pm

      It’s one the best types of therapy out there. Hope you’re back on the bike soon, my friend.

  2. Emily on July 20, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    Great to see you on video again, Darryl! Totally agree…took a 30 mile road ride today on some very quiet roads, no phone, nothing but me, the bike, and (unfortunately) the territorial Red-Winged Blackbirds occasionally forcing me to pick up the pace (and picking up the pace of my heart as well; getting chased by a bird can be a bit scary!) A long road ride is the perfect place to think, to meditate, to work issues out in your mind as your body goes into auto-pilot. 🙂

    • Darryl on July 20, 2016 at 9:33 pm

      Thanks, Emily. Nice job on the ride today……keep up the #lovingthebike attitude.


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