Sometimes you ride your bike for the sole purpose of getting it ridden. I doubt that’s proper grammar, but at least I didn’t end the sentence with a preposition. (Every time you do that a puppy dies.) This time of year, opportunities to go for a 150 mile day ride are few and far between. The bulk of my rides are commutes to work and back.
Sunday I rode into Gresham and back, in the rain, simply to ride the bike. This is to keep things moving and keep the battery charged. I rode to work today as well, being one of the only semi-dry days forecasted for the entire week.
Sometimes you ride simply to get the bike ridden.