Cyclist dating site
From road to mountain biking and from amateur to competitive cyclist - hit the road: register and create a profile now.
Meet fun and exciting fellow bicyclists who share your personal interests and lifestyle preferences by utilizing our state-of-the-art mobile friendly dating features, search, and communication tools.
“You can say ‘I want to meet a roadie who’s up for trying mountain biking and dirt jumping’.
I want it to be inspiring, to encourage people to go out and ride.
I nervously entrusted him with my phone and he was setting up my first Tinder profile, tisking away as he was scrolling through my photo library looking for a photo in which I’m not wearing a helmet, lycra or any other bike-related apparel. So I reluctantly agreed to enter the dating app world and “play Tinder.” “You can only have one bike-y picture,” my friend advised (). But I’ve also had some fun dates, and have come to realise that the stigma surrounding online dating is quickly disappearing and it’s actually an interesting way to meet people outside your usual social circles. Bikes,” I responded, a half-joke that was met with an eye roll. Meeting people organically is rare nowadays, especially if you live in a tech-obsessed city such as Seattle and spend all your free time in the saddle. I have since made all the rookie mistakes: I have “super liked” people I meant to “X” and vice versa, left-swiped through all of Seattle’s profiles until a “There Is No One New Around You” notice popped up, used terrible opening lines on people, and shown up to a first date in lycra. A decade has gone by since I was last single, and a lot has changed since then.It seems like there’s a dating site for everything these days, so it comes as no surprise that someone finally launched one specifically for cyclists.As the Telegraph reports, former professional bike rider and entrepreneur Kelli Salone has recently launched Ride2Love, a dating site focused on helping people who ride bikes find love, and a new riding partner.“A lot of women were telling me they’d like to find a partner who they could ride bikes with,” Salone told the Telegraph.