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Originally Posted by mokapim View Post


But I've been thinking about getting a bike roller (I assume you all already know what I'm talking about) to learn it indoors. Do you think it is suitable for beginners? But the most important question is how do I learn a bike at this mature age without getting ashamed for it?

Firstly forget about the indoor rollers - they require more skill than normal bike riding.

Regarding being ashamed, that's just something you will have to get over by yourself. Some people might laugh at you, but do you really care? I would just get on with it. As others have advised, learn to balance first while "Flintstoning" along with your feet and take it from there.
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