13 most inspiring cycling quotes

Some people beautifully arrange powerful or sometimes simple words and make wonderful sentences. Most of the sentences might have a very few words at times but their meaning is never shallow. These beautiful sentences are remembered as quotes which change the way you look at things or some times, change you as a person. Here are a few selected lovely quotes that might change the way you look at cycling.

  1. “Cyclists see considerably more of this beautiful world than any other class of citizens. A good bicycle, well applied, will cure most ills this flesh is heir to” – Dr K.K. Doty

2.     She who succeeds in gaining the mastery of the bicycle will gain the mastery of life. Susan B. Anthony

3.     “A bicycle ride around the world begins with a single pedal stroke” – Scott Stoll

4.     “The race is won by the rider who can suffer the most” – Eddy Merckx

5.     “Cycling isn’t a game, it’s a sport. Tough, hard and unpitying, and it requires great sacrifices. One plays football, or tennis, or hockey. One doesn’t play at cycling” – Jean de Gribaldy

6.     “The best rides are the ones where you bite off much more than you can chew, and live through it” – Doug Bradbury

7.     “To me, it doesn’t matter whether it’s raining or the sun is shining or whatever: as long as I’m riding a bike I know I’m the luckiest guy in the world” – Mark Cavendish

8.     “Good morale in cycling comes from good legs”- Sean Yates

9.     “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them” – Ernest Hemingway

10.  “It is the unknown around the corner that turns my wheels” – Heinz Stucke

11.  “It never gets easier, you just get faster”- Greg LeMond

12.  “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race” -H G Wells

13.  “You either love spinning the pedals and watching scenery whiz by, or you don’t. And if you love it, not much can sour you on the idea of riding your bike.”- Keith Mills