I just got a RC short course truck. Try to drain 2 batteries a day. Course design in the back yard takes up a fair amount of time too.
Rally cars. I sold my group 2 car but now I'm thinking about getting another one.
it took me about 30 min trying to think of stuff NOT on two wheels! snowboarding? i think i went once two years ago? its all DH, trails and moto it seems at the moment.
Redefining the grandeur of a canned ham
Nothing! Bikes all day everyday! If your not riding your bike you better be building trails!!!
Play guitar,snow board,kayak around the bay.
Moto, sowboard, paint, skate
scoot, technics (like ultimate legos), childrens bikes, doing anything involving flips and air and danger, as soon as i graduate im gettin a mx bike- cant now cause i live in a stupid residential area.
My problem is I've yet to find a sport that doesn't kick ass. Pretty much every sport is interesting to me. Even those little ice skating fruit cakes impress me. It's best for me to ignore a sport unless I have money to blow.
At the top of my list:
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE FOOTBALL
snowboarding, rock climbing, wakeboarding, skimboarding, and smoking crack.
Guitar Doin flips and shit Snowboardin
and keeping up with teh latest gadgets and science
playing the lottery
imagining what id do if i won the lottery (this takes up most of the school day)
trophy trucks/rally cars (only driving them though, watching other people gets pretty boring)
doing stupid stuff with scooters and kid bikes
playing old school halo 1 pc with my friends (7 years later and it still never gets old)
atv vs. mx reflex
competitive ping pong with the fam...
i do a wide range of hobbies, bellow are some that I'm taking up right now:
-photography (not biking, landscape and macro mostly)
-hittin' the gym (for fun, not to get ripped)
-adding to my 412 item long bucket list
-acomplishing that bucket list
-partying (of course)
-working/making my own longboards
-riding my longboard
-staring at clouds with friends
-yoga (once in awhile when i go to the gym)
-dirtbiking with friends (if i can borrow one of their bikes)
-building jumps/trails (small or big stuff, its all fun)
I've probably done each one of those thing once within the past 2 weeks.
its a lot for a 14 year old but none the less, its fun and it keeps me relaxed.
Ancient Age and grape soda
The Book of Genesis, By R. Crumb
I'm getting a masters degree. I play rockband. Try to learn how to cook. The usual.
I can't afford any other hobbies - both time and $$
Photography, blasting back roads in my TypeR, reading to chill out, going to gigs, cooking (can't beat making a good meal, especially as i'm an ex chef). Spending time with my missus.
I need to find cheaper hobbies..
-My car(WRX with 336whp hoping for 350 before summer, then calling it a day)
-computer stuff(pretty crazy setup at home, windows home server and NAS that serve up my library of movies, mtb films I've ripped and TV shows)
-Snowboarding (went 6 times this season, first time in yearsss)
Trying to get into photography, but just don't have the eye/patience for it yet..
engineering takes up a lot of time usually... unfortunately a lot more than biking at the moment. other than that, lacrosse (field and box). there's gotta be a few more lax players out here, especially from out west.
But I mainly spend my time:
Um, not one mention of women or beer?!? Well I love both, and also dropping it steep and deep into untracked backcountry powder.
I am really into Cooking. I noticed how cutting food can be very similar to riding bikes (If you go too fast you can get hurt, but its really fun to go fast!), so I etched "PINNED" in my french Knife at work one day!
I am also into vegetable gardening, composting, anything culinary.
Side Note: If you don't watch "No Reservations" with Anthony Bourdain, you really should. He is the man.