LeBron James Explains Why He Rides His Bike To Games

LeBron James Explains Why He Rides His Bike To Games
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Yesterday, a photo of LeBron James riding his bike around Miami surfaced on the ‘net. So, naturally, someone thought to ask him about it after he logged 42 minutes during the Heat’s 103-92 victory over the Timberwolves last night.

And, he responded by talking about how he’s been feeling great out on the court ever since he started choosing his bike over one of his pricier rides.

“I felt great,” he said, talking specifically about last night’s game. “I didn’t get tired. I don’t think I got tired [Tuesday] night. I felt great. I could have played again if we had to. Yeah, I’ve been biking a little more than usual. It’s fun. It’s also conditioning, it’s cardio.”

He also talked about how people try to stop him when they see him riding around town, but to no avail. “I’m in the zone,” he said.

Oh, and just in case you’re worried about the best basketball player on the planet biking, don’t be. He’s got lights on his bike! “I’m serious,” he said. “This isn’t a joke. Of course, safety first.”

There ya go, folks. The mystery surrounding LeBron James and his bike has officially been solved. And, before you ask…Yes, it has come to this.

Preston Waters | Elite. 

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