I am so embarrassed to say that I can't I guess...I have ridden a bicycle years ago as a kid but I have always been afraid of any two wheeler which does not let me rest my feet flat on ground when stopped. I know this is stupid, so I think I can only ride a bike if it is not too high .
Very precariously which is why I won't be doing it again in this lifetime. Two of my friends of a similar age have had really bad accidents on bikes this year. One will not recover her usual busy active life for at least 12 months.
Yes, my parents bought me an Ashby Two-wheeler when I was eight! My cousin (boy) taught me to ride. Us neighbour kids used to ride every afternoon after school & on weekends. What fun! My sister has that bike now, it's a little rusted, but still useable! I loved my bike.
I certainly can ride a bike, but these days with my balance problems, I don't think I'd be game enough to try it ... Sometimes I get on our exercise for a minute or two. A good exercise and I should do more of it, but it's an old one exercise bike, it's outside where it's currently too cold, and I'm too darned lazy!
Yes I can but at 71 I don't chance it anymore. I would love to see 3 wheelers become popular for older people. I'm terrified of breaking a limb. Also 3 wheelers allow you to carry so much with you, like shopping etc. They are a very sensible bike and would seem, to me, to be a very sensible buy for older folk.