How to spot a cyclist
Lots of people ride bikes, but how many people are true cyclists? A Cycling dating service makes it easy to weed out the wannabes from the real deal. Take a date on cycling rendez-vous and find out if they’re the real deal.
What are they are wearing?
Are they wearing the appropriate cycling shorts? Reflective leg bands? Is their right pant leg rolled up? Someone who rides a bike in a flowy dress or baggy pants is likely not a dedicated cyclist.
Not that we’re emphasizing the superficial, but a cyclist’s form is generally pretty lean. If someone is out of shape they likely don’t ride a bike very often. Unless they just happen to have a thyroid problem.
Anyone who cycles on a regular basis is going to have a ravenous desire for food, chowing down most things in sight. If you’re with someone with a delicate appetite you might want to question their commitment to cycling.
Understanding of directions
Does the person in question have a hard time finding their way around?Or do they keep asking how far it takes to get somewhere? A real cyclist likely knows every back road, random shortcut, and high trafficked road.
The condition of the bike
Is it all fancy, shiny, and new? Or is it like a nice worn out sofa? A little dirty but faithful? A sparkling bike is great for decoration, but a real rider uses their bike all the time and chances are it won’t be so clean after awhile.
A real cyclist will have photos of them cycling, tons of maps, and cycling magazines.
Once you sign up for a cyclist dating website, you’re likely to meet all levels of cyclists but the most important part is that their dedicated to the sport. Use these clues and you’ll be able to weed out the poseurs from the real deals.