How many of you would be willing to ride a bike up a tall hill?
I'm 13 and I'm trying to help out my community. We came up with this solution of a bicycle sharing system based on Velib from france. I was wondering how many of you would be willing to ride up and down hills, if there would be seperate bicycle lanes? Please give your age and say whether or not you would be willing to ride up hills. You guys are helping a lot, THANKS!
Asked By: BobaFett - 1/17/2010
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Hills are great. I live in Nebraska where the tallest hill is smaller than my house. Riding on flat ground is boring. Good job getting involved at such a young age. Keep it up!
Answered By: Brian L - 1/17/2010
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me i'm 54 bike lanes not required thing about going up is, you get to go down too wle.
Answered By: wle Å†│ã∩╬α ░░▒▓▓▒░░ - 1/17/2010
I'm 17. The steeper the hill the better. I love hard climbs. they really challenge me.
Answered By: a.s. roma - 1/17/2010
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