You’re a cycling addict if …
You hear someone had a crash and your first question is “How’s the bike?”
You empathize with the roadkill.
Biker chick means black spandex, not leather, and a Marinoni, not a Harley.
You have more money invested in your bike clothes than in the rest of your combined wardrobe.
You use wax on your chain, but not on your car.
Your bike has more miles on it then your car’s odometer.
You have more bike jerseys than dress shirts.
You take your bike along when you shop for a car – just to make sure the bike will fit inside.
You buy a mini-van and immediately remove the rear seats to allow your bikes to fit.
A Power Bar starts tasting better than a Snickers.