While you’re creating your profile on biker dating site, it’s important to remember to keep things relatively simple. Remember that there are possibly thousands of other bikers’ profiles that are in competition with you, so it’s important to make sure that yours is easy to read and understand, and make sure that whoever looks at your profile will quickly have an understanding of who you are and what you are looking for.
First, write your profile in a conversational tone. In a general sense, when people read your profile, they’re having a conversation with you, trying to find out more about you and what you desire in a riding partner. Therefore, it’s important to keep your words friendly and engaging, without being over the top. Also, try to avoid using various acronyms that may be prevalent in many general dating sites. While the majority of the people visiting the motorcycle dating site may know that ISO stands for “in search of” or that BM stands for “black man”, not everyone will have such an understanding. Instead, word your profile in such a way that you don’t need to rattle off a series of initials. The last thing you need is to have your profile look like an alphabet soup.
Keeping it simple is also something to consider when you are uploading your photographs. In most cases, three to five pictures is more than enough to let people see what your life is like. While the close up picture is pretty self-explanatory, a few words should be said about the other pictures. It is important to upload pictures that clearly show your personality and what you love to do.
Also, the viewer shouldn’t have to search too long to find you in the picture. Many people choose to upload a picture of them straddling their motorcycle, and this is a great choice. Not only does it give the viewer an idea of the type of motorcycle that you like to ride, but it also provides a decent picture of your entire body. Also, if you decide to upload a picture of you in a group, make sure it’s something that a person can quickly pick you out in a crowd. Make sure you identify some distinguishing feature in the picture. For example, if you’re the one wearing the red bandana in your hair, make sure you mention it.