They thought it was great idea and agreed to pose for me for a few pictures. We talked about their style of bicycling and how they don't have many places to ride. They admitted to me that they would sometimes try to ride at the Skatepark on Bridge Street, when it was safe to do so, but now it's no longer allowed, which leaves them with no place to ride. They told me no matter where they ride they often get stopped. They said it's a no-win situation. They would love if Nashua had more bike lanes to ride.
All three mentioned they often use their bikes to get around town as their primary transportation. They sometimes have to resort to riding on the sidewalks for safety reasons, and again, it's a no-win situation because they get told to get off the sidewalk. I asked them if they would ever switch up their bicycles, and all three said no. Zamar said, "These bikes are just as safe, and very well made and great for riding on the streets."
These young men were extremely appreciative and kind. When I said my goodbyes, they thanked me for what I was doing.
That meant a lot to me. Keep riding and it was great talking to all three of you. I hope you like the photos :).