The subject of bicycles is often raised in discussions about the use of Ellen G. White's writings. It is part of an attempt to say that her writings are not always applicable to us at face value. I reject that reasoning. I maintain that what she wrote about bicycles is just as true today as it was when she wrote it.
"What," you say, "we shouldn't ride bicycles?"
It may surprise you to learn that Ellen White never said we shouldn't ride bicycles. She simply condemned an obsession with bicycling that wastes time and money. Wouldn't such an obsession be just as wrong today?
Read what she says about bicycles.