Why you’re missing out on road cycling in Spain

When I was a kid, my parents took me to a big, old road cycling race called the Fondo de Espana. 

It was a race where you had to pedal on the road to the finish line, but the race was only for children. 

You had to have a bicycle and a helmet and wear some kind of protective gear. 

I remember sitting in the middle of the crowd and watching as they used helmets as props, with a bike on top of the helmet and they’d get all sorts of riders, including some kids, up on bikes. 

So I’ve always wanted to do something like that myself. 

And I’ve never really been able to do that, because I’m still pretty young and I have a lot of friends who can’t cycle at all.

But after going through this whole thing of wanting to cycle, I decided I’d go for it.

I decided to get a bike.

And when I went to Spain, I knew I had to take the lessons that my parents taught me, and that I needed to take on a bike, to be ready for this. 

Because that’s how we’re all going to be when we grow up.

I’m just trying to do the best I can.

That’s why I want to help people learn to cycle and I want people to feel safe riding in the city and in the country, and not worry about whether they’re going to get hit by a car. 

The thing is, I’ve also got my dad’s cycling gear, which he always carries with him on a leash.

I don’t think he even rides his bike very much anymore. 

If he had, he wouldn’t have been able, but I’m always on his bike, so he can take the gear with him.

I think the biggest thing is that it’s a really fun experience, to ride a bike around in the streets of Madrid, to see all the little signs of life and the little kids cycling.

It’s such a wonderful feeling, it’s like riding a bike in a real world.

And the fact that the streets are safe, that’s something that’s really important.

So when you’re going on a journey, you’re just trying not to get hurt. 

What’s the most important thing you want people who want to cycle to learn?

I think the most critical thing is to just make the journey as safe as possible.

And I think if you’re really, really young, and you’re not thinking about the consequences of that, then it’s really easy to get on a wrong path. 

But the most crucial thing is just to make the best out of the situation, to make a little bit of a difference.

And if you can make the most out of what you’ve got, then you can have the most fun, and hopefully you’ll get more enjoyment out of your journey. 

When I was younger, I was in a really tough situation.

I’d just got out of high school, I’d had my first year of university, and I had been working full time in my dad. 

All of a sudden, I went off to university, but my dad hadn’t had a job in a long time.

And at the same time, he wasn’t looking for another job.

So I was just kind of struggling to make ends meet.

And he had to go back to school and find a job.

So the hardest part was just dealing with that.

And then I was getting older, and the second year of school was really hard, because we were still living at home.

I wasn’t in the university and I wasn´t in university at the time.

I didn´t have a full-time job, so I had nothing.

So at the end of the day, it was really tough. 

That’s where I started getting really serious about it. 

How much money do you make?

Well, I made about $45,000 from my job in the last year. 

My parents work really hard to make sure that I have everything I need, that I’m doing the best that I can, so that I feel comfortable. 

Are you going to keep doing that?

Yes, I’m going to make more money. 

Do you want to keep going? 

No.

I’m not sure if I want that anymore.

I want to be able to have more money to do what I want.

I want a more stable life, and to be around a better group of people. 

Who is your main cycling partner?

My main partner is my mum. 

Did you know that you can get a job with the government? 

Yeah, but we don’t get paid.

And the reason is that the government doesn’t have any data on the numbers of cyclists.

So you need to have an employer to be counted. 

There’s also a lot more jobs available than there are people in Spain.  Do