It's a nice bike, especially for riding on flat ground as there are no gears. We've been riding for years and have had many bikes.
Sounds a little bit Italian, but looks to be from Amsterdam. :)It looks really well made and durable.I love cycling, and have both a mountain bike and a road bike.Few things say spring like bicycles. :) Thank you for sharing!!
Een vrolijke fiets heeft ze.Groettie van Patricia.
Aritha hello, Thank you for your visit to my blog and lovely comment you dropped on. It' s highly appreciated for me♥Your photography is quite remarkable ♥♥Wish you a great day too Nurdan
Wat een mooie stevige fiets!
Believe it or not, I never learned to ride a bike. We lived in the country. My family did not have the money for one so I never learned and I do regret it. Your bike is so cute!! Love the color.
I did not have a bike growing up. I did make sure my children had bikes. Have a blessed day. Madeline
Hoi Aritha, prachtige fiets, mooi ECO kleurtje.Groetjes kees.
A nice simple bike that has everything you need. I got my first bike when I was 13. It was red and similar to the one in the photo but didn't have a basket.
Great photos! It wasn't my first bike but I did get a new bike when I was 12 years old after a hip surgery to use as therapy. It was blue and I thought it was awesome :) I also bought myself a bike this last fall after hip replacement surgery that I ride for exercise. So nice stopping by your lovely blog! :)
I don't remember my first bike, but I did fall down a lot! This is a nice one.
I vividly remember my first bike ride, so many years ago when I was a little tyke. My Dad supported the bike and ran alongside me and suddenly released me. I was pleased and excited until I realized I did not know how to stop. I started crying and screaming and ran into a bush-- soft landing but was really terrified. Second ride was much more fun!
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