Did you ride a bicycle as a kid?
I had a Newspaper route and measured that I rode at least 9 miles per day.
Did you find ways to make your bicycle sound as if it had a motor?
Again, I did.
Our gang found that if we bought a bag of penny balloons, blew one up and attached it to the front wheel in such a way that it would rub against the bike's spokes, it would make a sound that surprisingly imitated an engine. The faster we pedaled, the more it sounded like a motorcycle going fast. Friction and heat would eventually fatigue the balloon and pop it, but for about three minutes we were pumping away with smiles on our faces.
How many of you that answered affirmatively to questions one and two ended up actually owning a motorcycle as soon as you could buy one?