I've heard people say they like to sing in the shower.
For some reason, I, a normally reticent individual, like to burst into song while I'm riding my bike. One of my favorites is "If I Only Had A Brain," the classic song from The Wizard of OZ. I like to belt out an impersonation of jazz singer Abby Lincoln for this one. (My wife tells me I do it well.)
I especially like to sing to livestock like cows and horses, who often look up as I pass.
I get to feeling so good that I don't stop when I pass people walking, or out in their yards.
This past fall, during the anxiety-ridden election, I began singing Christmas carols. It seemed to lighten the mood as I passed the increasingly hostile political yard signage. (Sometimes I sing Christmas music in the summer, just because it makes me laugh.)
Does anyone else do this?
In my experience, cows have a very broad and generous appreciation for song.
when I put the wetsuit on
Yes, I too sing loudly as I ride it started years ago when it only got the attention of the dogs who were going to chase me anyway, early in the mornings. Now I ride mid morning and still sing aloud but usually they are praise and worship songs because I pray when on my bike and that is my God time, not reading His Word. Giving Him praise and Thanks brings me peace, keeps me centered. So yes, I’m all for it make a joyful noise.