"Become What You Are" I learned these words from listening to Juliana Hatfield, not from reading Nietzsche. I think critically about how I ride a bike, because that's the only way to improve. I gather Nietzsche deemed critical thought unhelpful. Well screw him.
Regardless, at 46, I'm a little young to grow out my beard grey and ride a steel horse with a bed roll and a frying pan.
But I've become a randonneur. Somehow this has happened. That's not the only kind of biker I am, but I am this thing now.
I have no idea what Nietzsche meant, but I think I understand what Hatfield was on to.