What do you do if the venue for your first date isn’t to your liking? You may feel uncomfortable in the area, or the idea of going to a motorcycle rally may just seem too sociable to be enjoyable. Whatever the situation, it’s your responsibility to be up front and honest about your feelings. Hopefully both you and your potential biker match have a good deal of maturity, so you can voice your concerns or preferences in a way that won’t be offensive. Also, don’t be afraid of offering alternatives to their suggestions. After all, going on a date should be a collaborative effort, especially if you want to have a good time and get to know your online biker match. Continue reading
After you created your online biker dating profile, and have started to field interest from a number of online participants. Emails have been sent out, some answered, and some left by the wayside because something in them simply didn’t click. You’ve braved the forums, had interesting discussions in the chat rooms, and eventually found yourself talking with a certain individual for the majority of your time.
There is certainly seems to be a connection, but it can be difficult to tell for sure when the two of you are separated by a computer screen. Believe it or not, there will come a time when the idea of actually meeting in person becomes one that should be explored. But how do you go about doing it? How and when do you approach the subject? Finally, where do you go and what do you do on your first actual in person biker date?
The first step is to relax and take a deep breath. True, transitioning from the online biker dating site to meeting in the real world can be a bit unnerving, but it’s not an earth shattering event. Chances are the other person is probably as nervous as you, and desperately trying to hide the fact. But really, there are quite a few reasons it can work out extremely well.
The first reason is that you already have some areas of common interest. You both share the love of riding motorcycles, and the biker lifestyle. Second, you’ve taken the time to learn a few things about them through your conversations. In reality, that puts you on much firmer ground than those who simply meet for the first time in a blind date situation.
Second, since both of you are using an online biker dating system, you know the potential pitfalls and advantages of doing so. If things were done correctly, profiles would have been completed honestly, expectations would have been explained, and the overall feelings presented should have been genuine ones. Both you and your online biker friend have taken the steps necessary to hopefully find exactly what you need and want.