Why I decided to take up cycling for a living

I was born in Switzerland and moved to Italy to study law at the University of Padua in the early 1980s.

I lived in a suburb of Rome, and when I arrived back home I was struck by how little the city was in comparison with the Italian capital.

The weather was pleasant and sunny, the mountains were picturesque and I could see my old home city for miles, and my bike, my daily bread.

Cycling was an easy and pleasurable way to escape the city and experience it for myself.

I also knew that if I took up cycling, I would be able to afford it.

As I rode my bike from the airport to my home, I found myself fascinated by the possibilities of cycling and cycling culture.

I didn’t expect to live the life I had dreamed about since I was a child.

I never dreamed that I would become a professional cyclist.

But I was very proud of myself for doing so.

When I first moved to Rome, I was given an offer to become a member of the National Cycling Team (NCT).

In 1986, I became the first Italian rider to complete the first road race in the entire world, and was awarded the first-ever Tour de France.

Then I moved to Milan to study for a degree in public administration.

I spent most of my time as a public servant, doing all the administrative work for the city, and I started to get interested in cycling.

Cycling became a passion for me and I never stopped riding.

I decided that I was going to try my hand at running.

Cycling has a long history in Italy.

In ancient times, it was a highly popular form of transport, and there were some people who would cycle through the countryside to the sea.

In the early 20th century, a few young Italians started to travel in the Alps.

They took to cycling and, over the years, cycling has been a part of their lives.

It was also a great way to get exercise, which was very important for my health and well-being.

Cycling also played a part in my love of music.

I was also very interested in sports and athletics.

Cycling allowed me to experience something new and different.

It allowed me an escape from everyday life.

Cycling, as a form of leisure, allowed me the opportunity to work on my education.

During my studies, I developed a passion and interest for the bicycle, and started to ride it.

Cycling is not just for the thrill of the ride, it is also for the enjoyment of the journey and to experience the city.

Cycling allows you to be at ease in all the places you go, and also to have a bit of peace and quiet.

I love it.

I like being out and about and seeing the sights, even in the middle of nowhere.

Being a cyclist is a passion that I have always loved, and a very important part of my life.

It’s something that I love and I do it for a reason.

At the age of 37, I had finished my first race.

I started the Tour de Romandie, which is a two-week race in Italy’s Ardennes region, which takes place in the town of Riomaggiari in the northern region of the country.

My first Tour de Italy was the second-annual race in 1980.

In that race, I finished second overall, with a time of 2 hours, 43 minutes, and 20 seconds.

I did it in a time that I considered to be the fastest ever ridden in the race.

My record for the race stood at 3:00:13, and it was my first Tour win.

I won the race with the aid of a late crash that put me on the podium.

It has been an incredible year for cycling.

It is one of the most competitive races in the world.

I am now looking forward to the next edition of the race, in which I hope to take home a stage win.

Since then, I have also raced the Tour of Flanders, which runs from September to October in Belgium, and the Tour De France, which will run from July to August in France.

It would be my second consecutive win at the Tour.

I hope that I can repeat my performance in Paris in 2020, where I will have to hope for a second straight victory.

The fact that I live in a city where the population is growing by leaps and bounds, and where the number of cyclists has reached levels that are unprecedented, has always been an amazing feeling for me.

I have never had any other reason to be motivated, to be inspired, to do anything, to strive for something.

Cycling for me has always meant a different life to the one I had imagined.

It means that you can get away from the mundane, the mundane life.

It means that the city has become a place where you can enjoy yourself, and be inspired.

It gives you a sense of adventure and you can even have