The date starting on a motorcycle shouldn’t necessarily dictate the experience being set at a biker bar or event.
Whatever the destination may be, it should match the riding attire worn by your date.
This article also gives consideration to the possibility the date has never ridden before.
As mentioned, we did cover riding with a passenger in a previous article and it really should be read before continuing with this.
Sensing a rider’s enthusiasm, a date may ask about the motorcycle, riding and other facets of the biker world.
This will help with not only building enthusiasm for motorcycles but also feed the flames of love.And, if you’re both attracted to each other, it’ll stoke anticipation for your next date, which is the one where you’ll really get to know each other,” states Ron Geraci, New York-based dating coach and author of The Bachelor Chronicles in this article.“Stick to this rule no matter how much chemistry you feel with the person—I’ve broken this rule in many of my 300-plus dates in the last five years and have always regretted it.” Finally, if this is a date’s first time on a motorcycle, a shorter ride helps ease them into an experience we in the two-wheeled world take for granted.Don’t believe the romance movies that show giggling couples finding that first magical kiss in the rain.A common theme throughout the article is making that great, first impression and drenching a first date isn’t the best path to true love. We all know, aside from getting soaked to the skin, riding through the rain is uncomfortable and incredibly stressful. The less time in the saddle, the more time for romance There are many reasons for the first date.
We could list a dozen more but they all revolve around getting to know each other better and that’s difficult with the romantic interest sitting on the back, shouting through a helmet and over the noise of the engine.