Some folks love it, and that's fine. I don't ski either, nor do I swim.
For me I need a warm sunny day with a little wind at my back and a clear strip of gentle pavement beneath my tires. That's my idea of cycling satisfaction.
I'll be putting my own bike up on the work stand soon, to make sure all is well with the ol' girl. Last fall saw the building of a new front wheel, complete with a new high-pressure tire that grips the road in even the wettest of conditions. I am really looking forward to getting that out on the road again.
This year I may mix things up a bit and offer package services. Perhaps some lessons for small groups. I'd done it in the past and realized that smaller groups are better for both the teacher (me) and the student (them). They learn more, quicker and are better equipped to take care of their own bikes in a far shorter period of time, than if the class size is over 6 people. If I do decide to provide group lessons, I'll make sure to post a notice in the local papers and put up some signage.
So like I said, spring riding is coming soon. I would encourage riders to get their bikes in soon and avoid another mad rush for tune ups like I had in 2015. Happy riding.