This is a one minute talking exercise about the Bicycle.
I have a bicycle. I ride my bicycle often. I am a cyclist and I like cycling.
I call my bicycle a Bike for short. It has two wheels, one at the front and one at the back.
I sit on the saddle and hold the handlebars with both hands.
I use the pedals with my two feet to go forward.
I control my speed with gears and brakes. I can go quickly or slowly.
My bicycle is made from a light aluminium frame.
It is coloured green and yellow.
It is equipped with a night light, reflector lamp and a bell.
I always wear a helmet on my head for safety and transparent clothing when I ride my bike at night.
I am a member of the local Cycling Club and I join my friends at weekends.
I guess you can call my bike a mountain bike because I like riding it on the mountain.
Cycling is a very popular sport of course.
The Tour of France is a famous outdoor cycling race for one month across France.
Indoor cycling races usually takes place inside an arena called a Velodrome.
Did you know the word ‘Velo’ means bicycle in the French language?
‘I Want to ride my Bicycle’ is a famous song from the British Pop Group Queen.
‘On your Bike’ is an idiom when somebody wants you to do something immediately.
A bicycle is relatively cheap to buy and easy to maintain.
Ok, sometimes I get a tire puncture but I can usually repair it without too much trouble.
Cycling is definitely a hobby which I enjoy in my free time.
Thank you for listening to my short talk about the Bicycle.