Yes! I don't have a car and ride my bike everywhere. I also have a road bike, but I don't ride it as much as I used to. When I was still in college, I would average around 150 km per week. Now I only take it out on the road every other weekend (or even less often than that) and ride much shorter distances. I still enjoy it, it just eats up so much time to go on a nice long bike trip. I've taken up running instead, which I can fit in much easier with my work schedule. But since I also ride to and from work, I still get my dose of bike rides in. I'm really lucky with my commute, too - about 5 km alongside fields and woods with very few cars. Especially at the time I go to work, which is usually more or less at sunrise. It's really great to have something like that to enjoy every morning.
I'm not much of a bike nut, though. The road bike I have is a Scott Speedster S20 and I like it, but I don't know enough about it to engage in much talk about gear. But I feel like that's a good thing. I'm already spending ridiculous amounts of money on music equipment and I feel like if I'd get into the whole bike thing like that, it would just turn out to be another bottomless money pit.