- A Nigerian lady biker identified as Lara Animashaun said riding a bike helps her deal with depression
- According to the young lady who recently rode a bike to Akure, she fell in love with bikes when she was a child
- She said she started riding about five months ago, adding that it is her hobby as well as her mode of transportation
A Nigerian lady identified as Lara Animashaun has shared her experience as a lady biker and her journey from Lagos to other states on two wheels.
The young lady, who works as an accountant, said she prefers riding a power bike to driving a car because it helps her deal with depression.
Lara said she recently rode to Akure, the Ondo state capital, adding that it is the farthest place she has been to with her bike.
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According to the lady, she started riding about five months ago. The lady biker said it is safe to ride a bike when people do not imitate others.
In her words:
"Everything is a risk in life. As long as you learn appropriately from certified training school, you get your appropriate gears, I think you are good to go."
In similar news, a Nigerian lady has taken to social media to celebrate her win after successfully completing a trip from Lagos to Abuja on a bike.
The lady identified as Fehintoluwa Okegbenle shared some pictures of herself and others that embarked on the journey on her Twitter page.
According to her, it took them 13 hours to get to Abuja on a bike. She said she got a lot of discouragements when she set out to embark on the journey, but she didn't give up.
Captioning the pictures, Okegbenle with the handle @FehinLean wrote:
"Journey from Abuja to Lagos on 2 wheels. It took 13 hours. It tested my skills, my stamina, and my general strength. You see ehn, if you don’t believe in yourself nobody will."
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