Remember when you were young motorcycle rider, and going to the amusement park was something that you looked forward to each summer? The candy, the rides, the roller coasters or those tea cups that you could spin around at dizzying speeds all made the trip just a little more memorable than last time. One of the reasons why you enjoyed your time, besides the fun activities was the people who accompanied you. Having fun with biker friends, meeting new motorcycle riders, and learning which rides and amusements are enjoyable can be a great way to pass the time.
It really isn’t any different on a first biker dating. Having so many different activities to enjoy all in one place can be a great way to learn a lot about the person that you are with, without having to resort of a sometimes awkward question and answer session. A love of roller coaster might indicate an overall love of adventure and thrill rides. Or a hesitation to do a twisty-turvey ride might reveal that they don’t necessarily trust their stomach to handle such rides. Amusement parks are also a great way to find out what people like to eat. There are plenty of choices available from the staples such as ice cream and hot dogs and funnel cakes to more exotic choices and even some that are a little healthier than you may remember as a kid.
It’s important to keep in mind that the whole object of the first biker date is to have a bit of fun and get to know the person you’re with. Therefore, pay attention to your date and keep things relatively simple. One of the drawbacks to this type of date is that someone can become a bit overwhelmed by all the different things going on. Don’t be afraid to take a break if needed, even leaving the park after an hour or two if the feeling arises. While it is more than possible to spend an entire day in the amusement park having fun, never make the mistake of thinking that you are committed to staying there just because you bought a few tickets.