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7 Tips for Dating a Non-Cyclist

7 Tips for Dating a Non-Cyclist

Yes, it’s not easy dating a non-cyclist but bear with me. If you can conquer Alpe d’Huez or go down the Mountain of Hell track,…

Thursday, Jun 23

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Yes, it’s not easy dating a non-cyclist but bear with me. If you can conquer Alpe d’Huez or go down the Mountain of Hell track, love should be an easy challenge for you. Especially with these seven tips for dating someone who doesn’t consider riding a bike the pinnacle of their existence. 1. Don’t try to convert them

Love is sharing, I know, but sometimes pushing someone to become your riding buddy is not the best course of action, especially if they are not interested. First of all, if you manage to convince your better half to ride bikes with you, you will have to go easier, cover shorter distances and, even worse, ride in the park among pedestrians, screaming children and running dogs. Neither you nor your partner will enjoy this ride, so if they are unwilling to try your way of cycling, it’s better to leave them be. Sometimes having your own thing is better than having a joined activity that none of you will enjoy. 2. Make sure to find a balance between riding and spending time with them

Relationships are hard and need some effort. That means you can’t spend every waking hour on your bike. Instead, you should dedicate some of your free time to your loved ones. Finding the balance between cycling and spending time with our non-cycling partners is not that hard. All you need is some understanding. Have at least one weekend a month for doing joined activities with […]

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