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    What do you think about while you're riding?

    I mean, assuming you're not grooving to tunes or listening to a podcast or something, do you work out domestic problems or count the ways you hate [insert politician's name here] or what, exactly? And yes, assuming you're not using all of your processors to pick your line and make your feet go in circles. Or do you just shut down your internal voice and ride in the moment without a thought in your brain box?

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    " Ho-dee-do---dee-do--dee-do. Ho-dee-do--dee-do--dee-do. La--la la---la la..."
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    Whenever I am commuting, I always remind myself, “circles”.

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    "Dah-da da--da-doobee-doobee-da-da da-dum-bum-bum da-doobee doobee-bum-bum-bum.."
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    I try not to think about all my promises and obligations.
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    The trails I normally ride require a fair amount of attention and focus. But I manage to stay pretty alert as to my surroundings as well, always looking for animals or interesting plants. But various things do run through my mind as well, from work to family to, well, bicycling.

    I do notice a really big difference with trail running. It usually does not require anywhere close to the attention and focus that mountain biking does. So I often really get lost in my mind and not paying so much attention, though I'm also on the lookout for animals and plants and nice views. But sometimes I realize that "my world" has really shrunk down into a small zone maybe just a few feet in front of me. I have zero desire for music when I'm riding but I almost always have earbuds in when I run. For me, the trick to running is to not think about running, I need to distract my mind or it quickly becomes a miserable battle of my brain telling me to stop. I struggle running on the road for this very reason.

    Today I ran on some trails I haven't been on in years and got off the official trail and had to do some scrambling and climbing so it required more focus. Often when I trail run I'm thinking, "this would be an awesome spot on the bike" or "I could do this on my CX" or "I'm sure some people could ride this but no way I could" or, if it is a bike trail, I'll look for new lines to try or "oh yeah, crashed here once". My mtb group manages some of the trails I most commonly run along with the NPS and I know the ranger in charge of the trails so I'm always looking for any maintenance needs to report as well.
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    Most often i'm in or trying to achieve a state of of flow!... Thats the ultimate goal!

    The vid is a bit long winded. But its interesting.

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    No music. No podcasts. No life thoughts. Actually if I start thinking about something other than riding, the slower I go and less effort I put in. During riding, my only thoughts are if I am taking the right line, if I am putting out all the effort I am capable of for that day. Sometimes, I will get into the zone and I do not think at all, I just ride. That is the ultimate ride for me. Riding is regenerative, a chance to scrub my mind and reset it to zero, so that I can face whatever is waiting for me on the other side with clarity and focus.

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    I think about my Dead Grandma.

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    How a bad day on the trail is still a good day and how it beats a day not riding or being at work.

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    Isn’t the idea of a ride out in nature to forget about life for awhile? There’s a song in there somewhere. But seriously, that’s pretty much my goal while out there. Leave the stress of the daily grind behind and I’m either in my flow or admiring the scenery around me, often looking for wildlife and scenic views. Often taking breaks and enjoying the outdoors. Depending on mood / trail and section of the trail it varies between all of the above, the last thing on my mind are financial or personal problems. Chillax is my goal.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Not a damn thing

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    Oh yeah, and "don"t die"

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    "Why don't I do this more often?"
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    I think about what others are thinking about.

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    Naked girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadGrandpa View Post
    What do you think about while you're riding?
    Well, this is a family friendly site, so I'm not at liberty to discuss....

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    On the climb:
    Damn it I should have stayed at home...
    I'm tired...
    If I make this section a function I can reutilize the code and make it clean...
    I miss her, gonna send her a pic at the top and call her later...
    I'm ducking dieing of thirst...
    The creaking is killing my nerves...

    Going downhill:
    Oh sh*t!!! Oh sh*t!!! Oh sh*t!!!
    I believe I can fly...
    Oh sh*t!!! Oh sh*t!!! Oh sh*t!!!

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    This thread should be moved to passion.

    Honestly, that’s what I think of when I’m riding.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    On techy singletrack, I wonder if bikes are really supposed to be on this trail, and I focus on not crashing.

    On pavement, I think about the crops that I pass and the families that earn their living off the land.

    On gravel, I don't think about anything except climbing the mountain and not crashing on the way down.

    Maybe I should have started this in Passion.

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    Occasionally, I think about how I wish I were being filmed, and that someone was watching. Most of the time, I think about how glad I am that I'm not being filmed, and that noone is watching...

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    If I'm doing it right, I'm not thinking about anything. Just on autopilot and churning along - its the closest I get to meditation. Death slogs uphill are a different story - you know, the never ending fire road of suffer fest gradients. Then I try to remember how to do Calculus, or something (anything really) to get mind out of there.
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    On the way up: "Why the f**k do I do this?"

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    I worry about my job, future and don't die while riding down hill

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    On a good ride I’m not thinking about anything. Riding appeals to me for the frequency of adrenaline and dopamine squirts, among other things. If I am feeling off mentally, physically or emotionally, it can sometimes lead to too much thinking about life on my ride, which can lead to poorer “performance” and fewer sweet squirts.


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    I focus on riding when the trail demands it, and I think about being in the woods at other times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    I think about what others are thinking about.
    I lol'd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    I lol'd.
    Same here, that boys a character.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vespasianus View Post
    Chicks.
    At least John Kuhl had the honesty to admit that he thinks about NAKED girls (I believe he meant women).

    I'm sorry if that was insensitive or insulting to the ladies, but to some of us, the female form is a beautiful image to see, remember or imagine.

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    On a difficult trail, I'm thinking solely of the trail and how I'm going to traverse it without falling over.
    On a not-so-difficult trail, i find myself focusing on the nature around the trail.

    Biking time is biking time, not to be intruded on by the rest of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbnj View Post
    Biking time is biking time, not to be intruded on by the rest of my life.
    That is a beautiful sentiment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watermonkey View Post
    If I'm doing it right, I'm not thinking about anything. Just on autopilot and churning along - its the closest I get to meditation. Death slogs uphill are a different story - you know, the never ending fire road of suffer fest gradients. Then I try to remember how to do Calculus, or something (anything really) to get mind out of there.
    I usually reserve calculus as a distraction for funerals.
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    Naked girls.
    This. Today all the hiker girls were naked, except for the last one.
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    I think about different things depending on the ride. On the ride in I do a lot of mental calculations regarding time and distance to work. Occasionally I'll think about whether the ride uphill or into the wind gives back the same advantage riding the opposite way. I've come up with a couple of ideas for inventions. I do a lot of mental music, recalling various songs. Sometimes I try real hard to come up with new combinations of swear words for stupid drivers. The last one never pans out. I generally just yell "That wasn't an F'ing stop dumb @$$." or "I was in the f'ing intersection first moron." Guess I'll keep working on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    I usually reserve calculus as a distraction for funerals.
    That's when my brother and I have to talk statistics.

    On my commutes, I usually think about what I need to accomplish that day and what I would like to also do. On a two mile commute that seems pretty sufficient.

    If I'm on a longer road ride, my mind can wander just about anywhere, but is usually interrupted by "I hope I don't get hit by a car". Off road, I usually am thinking about what's coming up and also how I've seriously neglected to do any cardio...
    dang

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    "Baby Shark! Doo doo doo doo doo doo!"

    I have the attention span of a goldfish so my brain just kinda goes with the flow and meanders a lot unless I'm really huffing and puffing then it's going "Left foot! Right foot." lol.

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    The Travelosity Gnome song is always in my head while riding.
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    2 dollars, I want my 2 dollars...ahhhhh!
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    2 dollars, I want my 2 dollars...ahhhhh!
    Such an underrated movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Such an underrated movie.
    Truly a sight to behold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Naked girls.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    This. Today all the hiker girls were naked, except for the last one.
    Funny how that happens. Some things can not be unseen.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Do you have any idea what the street value of this mountain is?
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    I actually had thought about this while riding.

    Riding is my get away from it all, but when my mind wonders into reality, I change the subject.

    It is harder on the road, because its a lot easier to just pedal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Riding is my get away from it all...

    It is harder on the road, because its a lot easier to just pedal.
    True, but, I do find that sometimes I can really get into a great state of hypnosis on the road bike where it doesn't even feel like my legs are moving, I never get that on the MTB.

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    Yeah, good point. I should say that when on the road bike, I have tunes most of the time.
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    True, but, I do find that sometimes I can really get into a great state of hypnosis on the road bike where it doesn't even feel like my legs are moving, I never get that on the MTB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Yeah, good point. I should say that when on the road bike, I have tunes most of the time.
    Yea, I too run tunes pretty regularly when on the road bike, but only in one ear.

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    One thing I find myself doing is I start singing in my head. Especially during a 24h race at 2am. I try to find what song would best fit this section of the trail. Long increasingly fast DH section I start singing "30000lbs of bananas" by Harry Chapin .

    Or what beer do I want when I finish. That too.

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    Nothing against tunes but road riding I would think you’d want all senses at full alert in order to hear what the traffic is doing around you. Horns beeping, vehicles skidding out of control. Ass hats yelling at ya, dogs biting at your heals. Women whistling, if nothing more than safety at least a date could be gained from not wearing any ear buds.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Nothing against tunes but road riding I would think you’d want all senses at full alert in order to hear what the traffic is doing around you. Horns beeping, vehicles skidding out of control. Ass hats yelling at ya, dogs biting at your heals. Women whistling, if nothing more than safety at least a date could be gained from not wearing any ear buds.
    When women whistle at me while I'm riding it's usually with a police whistle, followed by the words "Neutral Zone Infraction."

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    Srsly, if I have time to think about anything but the ride it's because I'm on a bike path or street. If you're not focused on and enjoying the ride you might as well be on a spin bike.

    The places I ride aren't too terribly technical, but there's plenty of enjoyable cycling experience to occupy one's mind, and that's one of the main draws to this sport.
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    Last ride I did I thought about how I should really be on JackBombay's wheel, and that I am old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Nothing against tunes but road riding I would think you’d want all senses at full alert in order to hear what the traffic is doing around you. Horns beeping, vehicles skidding out of control. Ass hats yelling at ya, dogs biting at your heals. Women whistling, if nothing more than safety at least a date could be gained from not wearing any ear buds.
    That's why when I ride "road", it's often actually a greenway or where there isn't much traffic. Except that women part, that'd be ok; but there are often plenty of women running on the greenways.
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    It's therapy for me...it forces me to focus on nothing else due to the challenges that endlessly get thrown at me. Typical ride is only a couple of hours but some can be mentally and physically draining. I get the same thing skiing challenging terrain or taking a spirited motorcycle ride on a twisty back road, etc.

    Being on the hairy edge has a way of making you forget all of life's troubles so you can focus on the task at hand. One of the main reasons I love this sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Nothing against tunes but road riding I would think you’d want all senses at full alert in order to hear what the traffic is doing around you. Horns beeping, vehicles skidding out of control. Ass hats yelling at ya, dogs biting at your heals. Women whistling, if nothing more than safety at least a date could be gained from not wearing any ear buds.

    Road riding doesn't necessarily mean traffic, a lot of them I ride are practically car-less which gives me lots of time to ponder things, unlike mountain biking where I spend most of my time thinking about how best not to crash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Last ride I did I thought about how I should really be on JackBombay's wheel...
    Embracing my inner roadie has been good this summer!

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    and that I am old.
    I think I have more gray hair than you :-/


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    Nothing against tunes but road riding I would think you’d want all senses at full alert in order to hear what the traffic is doing around you.
    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    Road riding doesn't necessarily mean traffic, a lot of them I ride are practically car-less which gives me lots of time to ponder things...
    As Mr. Weld says, lots of my riding is with no/minimal cars around, so I'm fine riding with one ear bud in. I also ride in silence too at times.

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    for me it is:

    1. whatever song I use to establish my cadence...I never use buds or phones for many different reasons, but I have 1000's of songs in my head that I can reference to keep my feet going. that helps while the time away

    2. not going to deny it, but cute girls on the (rec) trails...it is instinct. If it makes me a cad, than so be it. I never lear or oggle, or say anything, but I do catalog and notice...

    3. off road, it is the music and my remembrance of how I last rode the different parts of the trail. I try to avoid failure and wrecks by doing "mental runs" as the trail comes up

    4. always think of the post ride eats as well
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    My endurance is better if I think about baseball.

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