I have one bike for the wet season, and another for July and August. And for the times when I can't ride my bike, like right now due to a bum knee, I enjoy rock climbing - bouldering rather than sport climbing.
I've heard it enough times to know that I'm pretty funny, I mean, I crack myself up sometime. I'm also serious and deliberate about things that are important to me, such as self-improvement and mindfulness. I aim for what Brené Brown, one of my favourite authors, calls "wholehearted living," and my pursuit of this has recently expanded to include meditation, which I'm really enjoying. Along with this I'm currently reading "Going Home: Jesus And Buddha As Brothers " by Thich Nhat Hahn.
Speaking of which, I read A LOT. I prefer non-fiction, but recently read "The Alchemist" and it blew my mind with insight and inspiration. I'm also interested in anything that has to do with the brain, from psychology to neuroplasticity to mental health. The latest book on the topic that I read was "Brain on Fire" by Susannah Cahalan - fascinating stuff.
I don't like watching TV, but I use Apple TV and Netflix for movies and TED talks. I used to write regularly, but I'm taking a break. I'm slowly building up the courage to paint and draw again. I fiddle around on guitar, ukelele, and a little on banjo, but I don't have an actual fiddle.