I had to pick the last option, but it doesn't really match my reality; it's worded strangely.
It'd reset your poll if you add it, but another option you might want is "bicycles are my life, have always (or nearly always) been my primary or only transportation" Or something like that.
Bicycles have been my main transportation, including cargo hauling, commuting, etc. Been riding them since i was a kid (lots of gravel scars...).
In my late 30's, when my knees (and other bits) stopped working well enough to do what I really needed to do, and my body started reacting less well to the heat, I started working on the stuff in my http://electricle.blogspot.com
project blog, whcih kinda took a while to come up with something that would actually *move* a bicycle with me on it, even just as a helper.
But I've gone thru a few "regular" bicycles before I started all that. Mostly by wearing them out or breaking them and not knowing how to fix them (or being able to afford to get someone else to), cuz I knew basically nothing (past fixing a flat) about bicycles, except which end pointed forwards, and where your feet and hands go.
I had to change that when i started the electrimotorification projects, cuz I had to use a lot of used bikes and parts to work stuff out, and eventually to build my own (much more comfortable than regular) bike: CrazyBike2.
Still learning that stuff...mostly the hard way.
(I'm not really a car person...never had a license, never needed one so far. Drove stuff in farm coutnry as a kid, from cars to trucks to harvesters, was fun then, but wasn't an everyday thing, just a "hey, let's see what he can break" kinda thing others wanted to put me thru, I think).
The only cars I ever owned were never even driven by me; one was bought to rebuild it when I was in late highschool/early college, but then Mom's car died and so it was more practical to just have her use that one instead...and I never did anything further with it besides fix some things on it as they broke. Then the other was given to me by a friend who'd had it sitting in their driveway for years, and it then sat in mine for years more, as I first tried to fix it but then gave up on it and then harvested off all the parts I could manage before scrapping it out. I am still using headlights and bolts and misc pieces off of it on my bikes. ).