Same here. In fact I never bothered to get a license.
+1. Had some lessons (I was never really bothered about learning to drive but my other half at the time talked me into it - more fool me) about 8-9 years ago, failed my test, couldn't be bothered any more with the big chunks of time & cash it used up, both of which it seemed would be better spent on cycling.
I have a nice easy commute to/from work (20 mins each way, tops, but can easily extend it for extra training miles especially on the way back in the summer) by bike at present, whilst my tourer has a set of panniers which could give the TARDIS a good run for its money and do the job nicely for the supermarket run (coincidentally the supermarket is on my route home from work!).
Travelling to/from races is mostly by train for me (bar the odd one within riding distance) but I live in the south-east where the brilliant Network Railcard scheme makes this a cheap option. Never had any problems taking muddy cyclo-cross bikes on trains either!
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