Understated riding is style.In the vein of Tweed Cycling Club and Copenhagen Cycling Chic - here we can show love for the bicycle , and its affinity for steel, wool and leather, street shoes and comfy duds... share style over speed & enjoy.See More
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When looking behind you to check traffic stand up on your pedals, this will ensure the bike doesn't go all wobbly because it's easier to turn your…"
The Pokemon games are masterful creations. Primary school children can complete the games without seeing the complexity in them. Older kids and adults can get deeper into the games and pursue other objectives that are available.
I have ignored quite a few of the gameplay possibilities but have still sunk well over 300 hours into the games. That is awesome value for money.
The games routinely get rubbished by "serious gamers" who seem to just like shooting other people with photo-realistic combat games. But as you can see from the reviews on http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/review/946308.html many people disagree. The other thing I like about the games is that they are not real-time. I am getting too old to enjoy games that require fast reflexes.
Depending on the kind of anime you are into, you might like Pokemon. It comes from the same wacky Japanese pop culture.
Ah it's all good, nothing even says you have to know how. I'm just a major bike nerd and love getting my hands dirty. Not sure what it's like in Melb (i'm in Syd at the moment) but in this cycling community there is always someone willing to show you if you're willing to ask. Feel free to ask stuff on here too, I know a few good sites I can direct you to if you have questions.