You must know that every Saturday forenoon I ride on my bicycle
to Farnham Station, in order to get the 12:22 to town.
So Bert grew up, filled with ideals of speed and enterprise, and became, so far as he became anything, a kind of bicycle
engineer of the let's-have-a-look-at-it and enamel chipping variety.
I believe that for one moment the shrewd instructor was taken in, but as I reached the steps I heard him asking his pupils whether any of them had seen any bicycles
But I am not rich enough to afford a horse," he said, approaching her to pat the bay, having placed the bicycle
against a tree.
Yet, in that moment, a young man riding a bicycle
came sharp round the corner of the street and, in trying to avoid running over the box, upset his machine, and was thrown headlong against the wheel of the spring-cart.
He was dressed in a cherry-coloured blazer, knickerbockers, red stockings, and bicycle
shoes, with a red flannel cap at the back of the head.
He bent down and began to unstrap something from his bicycle
there," he remarked to himself, as he closed the door.
It's about a little Cockney draper's assistant, who takes a vacation on his bicycle
, and falls in with a young girl very much above him.
As it was, when I had spare moments I spent them playing chess, or going with nice girls who were themselves students, or in riding a bicycle
whenever I was fortunate enough to have it out of the pawnbroker's possession.
Minora and Irais arrived yesterday together; or rather, when the carriage drove up, Irais got out of it alone, and informed me that there was a strange girl on a bicycle
a little way behind.
He touched the brim of the old plaid bicycle
cap perched on the back of his head.
Here, after looking at the marks of the bicycle
, which followed, going and coming, the neat footprints, I thought I might intervene.
From the same place in the wall had issued, a moment or two later, a man upon a bicycle
, who was also coming towards him.
We found three or four grooms and idlers standing in the drive inspecting a bicycle
which had been drawn out from a clump of evergreens in which it had been concealed.