As a single motorcycle rider, a viable option is to go for a bike riding on your first biker date time, weather permitted. If you choose to go with this option, there are a few more things to keep in mind. First, keep to roads that are well maintained, and recognizable. The last thing you need to do is to get into a situation where you have a broken down bike on the side of a lonely road.
Second, it’s probably not a good idea to double up, or ride on the same bike. There will be time enough for that later. Not only is riding two separate motorcycles a good idea for safety reasons, but it also gives you a way to see their style of riding. This can be quite important, especially if you enjoy cross country rides with groups of people. Understanding if the other person’s habits are something that you can tolerate is extremely important.
Another thing to plan for when going for a motorcycle ride on your first biker date is to have planned places to stop and stretch your legs, perhaps getting a bite to eat and some conversation. Unless you have a way to communicate over the roar of the engines, carrying on meaningful conversation can be somewhat difficult. Instead, when you first meet, pull out a map and choose a nearby place to stop.
Finally, don’t forget the map. The love of riding is pretty strong for motorcycle enthusiasts, and sometimes one can lose a sense of time and location because they are so enthralled with the environment and the actual ride. When they finally do stop, there is always the chance of being temporarily lost. This is where a good map can be a godsend.