How to Date A Cyclist

So you met someone and you want to go on a bike date. How do you make it a good bike date? Well, there are a few important things you should know.

First of all it helps if you can both bike in the same direction at the same time on the same side of the street:

How to Date a Cyclist

Of course, just like biking near cars, communication is key. Just because your both going the same direction as another cyclist doesn’t mean you’re “having a moment.” It helps to communicate if it’s a date from the start.

How to Date a Cyclist

It also helps if you both stop at the same time. One trick that will help is to learn your traffic signals.

How to Date a Cyclist

Also, in moments of passion, kickstands can be very helpful. Unless you like a bit of added dramatic flair.

How to Date a Cyclist

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30 Comments on "How to Date A Cyclist"


John h
February 9, 2012

Good advice just before Valentines day. =)

NHcycler
February 9, 2012

Well, well, that last drawing suggests that “Vanilla Icette” may have been successful after all!

InvisibleHand
February 9, 2012

Some great thoughts BikeyFace.

If this happened more often there would be more cyclists! I’m still wondering whether “bicycle” dating would lead to more or less people wearing lycra …

Shebicycles
February 9, 2012

Now I know the *real* reason to stop on red. ;). Great post!

Richard Masoner
February 9, 2012

I don’t suggest the Bicycle Bungee for bike dates. It can end badly.

John h
February 10, 2012

At first I thought this product was crazy, but after watching the video it seems rather interesting. Like a bicyclist on a dog leash.

 
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