65 Cycle Quotes On Success In Life

These cycle quotes will inspire you. Cycle, a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the same order or a complete set or series.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging cycle quotes, cycle sayings, and cycle proverbs.

Best Cycle Quotes

  1. “When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.” ~ Arthur Conan Doyle
  2. “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them.” ~ Ernest Hemingway
  3. “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of the country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle.” ~ Ernest Hemingway
  4. “Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.” ~ John F. Kennedy

  5. “It never gets easier; you just go faster.” ~ Greg LeMond
  6. “When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle. Then I realised that the Lord doesn’t work that way so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me.” ~ Emo Philips
  7. “I Want To Ride My Bicycle I Want To Ride My Bike I Want To Ride My bicycle I Want To Ride It Where I Like” ~ Freddie Mercury
  8. “Life is like a ten speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.” ~ Charles M. Schulz

  9. “The bicycle is a curious vehicle. Its passenger is its engine.” ~ John Howard
  10. “When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments.” ~ Elizabeth West
  11. “As a kid I had a dream – I wanted to own my own bicycle. When I got the bike I must have been the happiest boy in Liverpool, maybe the world. I lived for that bike. Most kids left their bike in the backyard at night. Not me. I insisted on taking mine indoors and the first night I even kept it in my bed.” ~ John Lennon
  12. “Get a bicycle. You will not regret it, if you live.” ~ Mark Twain

  13. “Cycling is so hard, the suffering is so intense, that it’s absolutely cleansing. The pain is so deep and strong that a curtain descends over your brain….Once; someone asked me what pleasure I took in riding for so long. ‘PLEASURE???? I said.’ ‘I don’t understand the question.’ I didn’t do it for the pleasure; I did it for the pain.” ~ Lance Armstrong
  14. “A favorite Wired icon for the information feedback loop, a dragon curling in a circle to swallow its own tail, could become more apt as a symbol of the timeless libertarian paradox: Monopoly verging on feudalism emerges from unregulated competition to bite libertarianism in the posterior.” ~ Jedediah Purdy
  15. “There is timing in the whole life of the warrior, in his thriving and declining, in his harmony and discord. Similarly, there is timing in the Way of the merchant, in the rise and fall of capital. All things entail rising and falling timing. You must be able to discern this.” ~ Miyamoto Musashi
  16. “She who succeeds in gaining the mastery of the bicycle will gain the mastery of life.” ~ Frances E. Willard

  17. “The bicycle is the most civilized conveyance known to man. Other forms of transport grow daily more nightmarish. Only the bicycle remains pure in heart.” ~ Iris Murdoch
  18. “After your first day of cycling, one dream is inevitable. A memory of motion lingers in the muscles of your legs, and round and round they seem to go. You ride through Dreamland on wonderful dream bicycles that change and grow.” ~ H. G. Wells
  19. “High quality water is more than the dream of the conservationists, more than a political slogan; high quality water, in the right quantity at the right place at the right time, is essential to health, recreation, and economic growth. Of all our planet’s activities – geological movements, the reproduction and decay of biota, and even the disruptive propensities of certain species (elephants and humans come to mind) – no force is greater than the hydrologic cycle.” ~ Richard Bangs
  20. “One of the most awkward things that can happen in a pub is when your pint-to-toilet cycle gets synchronised with a complete stranger.” ~ Peter Kay

  21. “Back in the days when I was a teenager, Before I had status and before I had a pager, You could find The Abstract listening to hip-hop, My pops used to say, it reminded him of be-bop, I said, well daddy don’t you know that things go in cycles, The way that Bobby Brown is just ampin’ like Michael, It’s all expected, things are for the lookin’, If you got the money, Quest is for the bookin’…” ~ Q-Tip
  22. “Theres a certain truth that you do end up making the same film again and again so if you vary the genre you have a chance of breaking that cycle.” ~ Danny Boyle
  23. “All living beings, things that move, are equally important, whether they are human beings, dogs, birds, fish, trees, ants, weeds, rivers, wind or rain. To stay healthy and strong, life must have clean air, clear water and pure food. If deprived of these things, life will cycle to the next level, or as the system says, ‘die’.” ~ John Africa
  24. “Cycle trails will abound in Utopia.” ~ H. G. Wells

  25. “Through countless births in the cycle of existence
    I have run, not finding
    although seeking the builder of this house;
    and again and again I faced the suffering of new birth.
    Oh housebuilder! Now you are seen.
    You shall not build a house again for me.
    All your beams are broken,
    the ridgepole is shattered.
    The mind has become freed from conditioning:
    the end of craving has been reached.” ~ Gautama Buddha
  26. “Inside me, I think that an animal goes through a lot of pain in the whole cycle of death in the slaughterhouse; just living to be killed. That whole situation is really messed up for animals, growing up in those little cooped-up pens. I just don’t think its worth eating that animal. I think animals should be free. There’s so much other food out there that doesn’t have to involve you in that cycle of pain and death.” ~ Zack de la Rocha
  27. “The plants we’ve chosen will collect and cycle Earth’s minerals, water, and air; shade the soil and renew it with leafy mulch; and yield fruits and greens for people and wildlife.” ~ Toby Hemenway
  28. “Violence will only increase the cycle of violence.” ~ Dalai Lama

  29. “I feel constantly the tension of the quarterly cycles, the drive to produce shareowner value at the cost sometimes of customer value and employee value. [But] if you take equal care of the employees, they will take equal care of the customers and then we will get an equal or better opportunity for our shareowners.” ~ Marilyn C. Nelson
  30. “Gardening is about communication, relationships, routines and life-enrichment. Gardens are places that connect us to the seasons and the life cycle. They’re a vehicle for talking about esoteric and – as far as TV goes – alien topics such as beauty and fulfilment.” ~ Costa Georgiadis
  31. “Peace is the absence of war, but beyond that peace is a commodity unlike any other. Peace is security. Peace is a mindset. Peace is a way of living. Peace is the capacity to transcend past hurts – to break cycles of violence and forge new pathways that say, I would like to make sure we live as a community where there is justice, security, and development for all members. At the end of the day, peace is an investment; it is something you create by investing in a way of life and monitoring where your resources go.” ~ Noeleen Heyzer
  32. “I live my life until I start the cycle of my dreams, then I leave and search for you until I die. When I come back, I live to remember. I live to find you.” ~ Molly Bryant

  33. “But to say that the race is the metaphor for the life is to miss the point. The race is everything. It obliterates whatever isn’t racing. Life is the metaphor for the race.” ~ Donald Antrim
  34. “Long is the night for the sleepless. Long is the road for the weary. Long is samsara (the cycle of continued rebirth) for the foolish, who have not recognised the true teaching.” ~ Gautama Buddha
  35. “I have passed in ignorance through a cycle of many rebirths, seeking the builder of the house. Continuous rebirth is a painful thing. But now, housebuilder, I have found you out. You will not build me a house again. All your rafters are broken, your ridge-pole shattered. My mind is free from active thought, and has made an end of craving.” ~ Gautama Buddha
  36. “We have decisively changed the carbon cycle, the nitrogen cycle, and the rate of extinction.” ~ Rob Nixon

  37. “Why do people think that we’re degraded when we’re examining positions of degradation, or examining the cycle of our own degradation?” ~ Chris Kraus
  38. “As the blessings of health and fortune have a beginning, so they must also find an end. Everything rises but to fall, and increases but to decay.” ~ Sallust
  39. “I still work that expectation/disappointment cycle all the time. I think it is part of the human nature and I think the most important thing is not to judge it. We are human and we do have expectations and a lot of our expectations are often not met. It is a process of learning how to be kind and compassionate and loving to ourselves when we don’t get the things we want when people, circumstances, and opportunities don’t match our expectations.” ~ Agapi Stassinopoulos
  40. “Everything changes, nothing remains without change.” ~ Gautama Buddha

  41. “I wanted to let form lead my thinking, and repetition always confronts you with the interesting problem of how to break out of a cycle that seems so deterministic, which was germane to the story’s concerns.” ~ Catherine Brady
  42. “Fundamentalist Muslim terrorists kill three thousand Americans, but America isn’t supposed to respond, because if we respond, they’ll respond. We always hear about ‘karmic retributions’ and the ‘cycle of violence’ only after we’ve been hit.” ~ Ann Coulter
  43. “Evolution is the phenomenon of change and the challenge of the next time cycle will involve the creation of constructs that will provide the kind of dynamic knowledge base that can assist the challenges of tomorrow (involving both fundamental and extended information).” ~ Anthony Braxton
  44. “One thing I’m most passionate about is that I’m geared up and ready for another cycle of touring, to go out in the world and be whoever I need to be for someone.” ~ Jason Mraz

  45. “Let me put it in a rather larger picture framework. Let’s go to the longest time frame, the time frame of the life of our sun. As a star, our sun is about halfway through its life cycle. In the long run, we only have a couple of billion more years likely that we can inhabit this planet. By that time, we’re going to have to be out of here before our sun dies. Now, I don’t think we need to wait that long, and we certainly shouldn’t wait that long. At the moment, we are not on a sustainable path.” ~ Edgar Mitchell
  46. “I think that music, beats, melody, sound are a natural part of our DNA, our vibe. It’s just a part of the cycle of our lives, we’re born, we have eyes, we have music.” ~ Ziggy Marley
  47. “I see the experience of pictures as a kind of cycle, a kind of circular motion in which you’re in the world, then you enter the picture and you’re in a different world (it’s not the same as the one you live in, but recognizable as one you might live in). And then you’re returned to your world with an enlarged sense of its possibilities.” ~ Frank Gohlke
  48. “I am a musicologist, a doctor of music. Therefore I listened to, studied and analysed a lot of music. I also enjoy metaphors, the art of quoting and of cycles.” ~ James Horner

  49. “Gravity is measured by the bottom of the foot; we trace the density and texture of the ground through our soles. Standing barefoot on a smooth glacial rock by the sea at sunset, and sensing the warmth of the sun-heated stone through one’s soles, is an extraordinarily healing experience, making one part of the eternal cycle of nature. One senses the slow breathing of the earth.” ~ Juhani Pallasmaa
  50. “All was predicted by the mathematical cycles of the Mayan calendars. — It will change –everything will change. Mayan Day-keepers view the Dec. 21, 2012 date as a rebirth, the start of the World of the Fifth Sun. It will be the start of a new era resulting from and signified by the solar meridian crossing the galactic equator and the Earth aligning itself with the center of the galaxy.” ~ Carlos Barrios
  51. “Part of me would just like to relax and have one job that pays me the amount I need to survive. And another part of me wants the creativity that comes out of struggle and frustration and fear. It’s a never-ending cycle, which must be how I want it, on some level.” ~ Questlove
  52. “When I hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete, I see that the System Idle Process is hogging all the resources and chewing up 95 percent of the processor’s cycles. Doing what? Doing nothing?” ~ John C. Dvorak

  53. “Concentration of wealth yields concentration of political power. And concentration of political power gives rise to legislation that increases and accelerates the cycle.” ~ Noam Chomsky
  54. “The fertility cycle is a cycle entirely of living creatures passing again and again through birth, growth, maturity, death, and decay.” ~ Wendell Berry
  55. “I’m certainly not an expert and I imagine I’ll spend my life figuring it out. What I do know, is that you can’t take it all on yourself: find amazing people to collaborate with, build a team, and support other people doing the same. When you share your goals and ambitions with other people and they share with you, you exist in an energizing cycle of always creating new things with people that believe in you.” ~ Karlie Kloss
  56. “To change skins, evolve into new cycles, I feel one has to learn to discard” ~ Anais Nin

  57. “Ideally I’d like to be working steadily as an actor: movies, a TV series, that sort of thing. I’ve been through a few different TV development cycles, and they didn’t work out. When the time and project are right, it’ll come together. Like I tell a lot of guys, it’s not a race; there’s no finish line.” ~ Russell Peters
  58. “I guess I’m like any other concerned father, except that nobody else’s son guns a cycle over 17 pickups without holding on to the handlebars.” ~ Evel Knievel
  59. “Literary history and the present are dark with silences . . . I have had special need to learn all I could of this over the years, myself so nearly remaining mute and having to let writing die over and over again in me. These are not natural silences–what Keats called agonie ennuyeuse (the tedious agony)–that necessary time for renewal, lying fallow, gestation, in the natural cycle of creation. The silences I speak of here are unnatural: the unnatural thwarting of what struggles to come into being, but cannot.” ~ Tillie Olsen
  60. “Every musical scene has a cycle.” ~ Paul Epworth

  61. “Breaking the cycle takes time. Be Patient and Gentle with yourself. Set long term goals. And be persistent! Remember to Stretch, Laugh and be Unshakable!” ~ Sathya Sai Baba
  62. “Now you say you have to absolutely truthful. Sincerity is the main thing, and truthfulness is the main thing and don’t lie to anybody … and you’ll get ahead. Brother you sure will. You’ll get ahead right on that cycle of action, right toward zero! It’s a trap not being able to prevaricate … This makes life more colorful!” ~ L. Ron Hubbard
  63. “No sensible man ever imputes inconsistency to another for changing his minds.” ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

  64. “Our best long-term and intermediate cycles suggest another slowdown and stock crash accelerating between very early 2014 and early 2015, and possibly lasting well into 2015 or even 2016. The worst economic trends due to demographics will hit between 2014 and 2019. The U.S. economy is likely to suffer a minor or major crash by early 2015 and another between late 2017 and late 2019 or early 2020 at the latest.” ~ Marc Faber
  65. “In the Gaia theory air, water, and soil are major components of one central organism, planet Earth. What we typically think of as life – the plants and animals that inhabit the earth – has evolved merely to regulate the chemistry of the biosphere. Humans are insignificant participants, far less important to the life cycle than termites. Even the imbalance that we have created by adding massive quantities of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere may be brought back to acceptable levels by other organisms functioning in their capacity to correct excesses.” ~ David Easton

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