Valentine’s day is a day to celebrate what you love. And hopefully meet someone who loves that thing as much as you do.
Can I say I just love this one? Well I said it anyway, so I guess permission is not required…
Awwww…. Love this!!!
Wish this applied to my life but after 20 years together there is enough goodness to balance it out. She lets me tour with my buddies and gave me the ok to tour Trans-Am for 3 months so that’s a pretty long leash! Balance and compromise is the key for success in a relationship.
Missing from the above? A tandem! Maybe in the couple’s future…?
A tandem rider told me that no matter where your relationship is going, a tandem will help it get there faster.
…And who loves you!
Nice. Hey Bikeyface, how YOU doin’? ;D
Very nice. I met my wife on a bike ride 20 years ago. After we got married we got the tandem. We are still riding happily ever after. :^)
Awww! Love it!!
If only life were as ideal as this.
Super adorable! My husband isn’t into biking, but I think I talk about it enough for the two of us. He shows his love by being willing to go out on rides with me anyway.
I wish that I had seen this on Valentine’s Day! I have two friend’s who are a couple and they are always talking about bikes like this. I guess better late than never to share it though, right?
-Aaron, recently watched leadville bike race
When I first met dearie 22 yrs. ago, I didn’t know he returned to cycling until 6 months later. By coincidence before I met him, I was longing to return to cycling but didn’t know how.
He is a known cycling advocate in Vancouver BC for nearly a decade. He has 2 cycling blogs. I just have mine.
Have you been spying on me and my partner? How else could you know so much about our life?
This needs to be a print. Please make this a thing, I’ll be first in line to purchase one for the guy. Absolutely adore this (and the rest of your pictures, too)!
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