• “I don’t ride a bike to add days to my life. I ride a bike to add life to my days” – Unknown
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Velo Wringer
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Velo Wringer

Well-Known Member, Male, 56, from below sea level

Hooray, it's getting dark Sep 22, 2016

Velo Wringer was last seen:
Aug 5, 2017
    1. Velo Wringer
      Velo Wringer
      Hooray, it's getting dark
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jul 25, 1961 (Age: 56)
    Home Page:
    http://www.nachtfiets.nl
    Location:
    below sea level
    Why I love to ride at night.
    Riding in the dark, I discovered that when doing a test drive late in the evening. It went so well that I went on farther then planned. It became an adventure not to forget. There is something special at those different hours. You leave your day troubles behind. In the dark the sense of speed is higher. Then there is the silence. It is cooler. Smells, lost in the daytime, surprise you. More animals roaming a city then you think. The city lights are wonderful, industrial area's amazing. You see the people who work at night for maintenance not possible during the day. People with tiny lights harvesting clams at the riverside. People without lights harvesting flowers from gardens. Scary looking people making deals in desolate places. Scary REALLY dark places that make you turn around. Getting lost. Discovering an unexpected road. Getting back on track. Seeing how the rain makes everything shiny.