6 Things You’ll Learn From Dating a Biker

May 07, 2018 6 Comments

6 Things You’ll Learn From Dating a Biker

Comprehending his relationship with his motorcycle is going to prove to be a challenge in the beginning. During the honeymoon phase, you’re going to brush off his whole lifestyle as a mere hobby and say, “He’s so cute when he’s obsessing over his bike.”

But newsflash, it’s more than just a pastime it’s a lifestyle. The longer you see him, the more you’ll learn a thing or two.

 

  1. There’s just something very powerful and sexy about a man riding his motorcycle.

You’ve seen them around before, minding their own business and enjoying their time with their precious 500-pound muse. But when you start dating a biker, you can’t help but notice the carefree way they zip up their leather jackets, wear their helmets, crank up their motorcycles, and speed away into the sunset only to return to your front door the day after. And I don’t know about you, but I think that’s incredibly sexy.

 

  1. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to cultivate your own life.

As you already know, motorcycling is a lifestyle. This means that the boyfriend will become busy from time to time attending events, hanging out with his motorcyclist friends, and tending to his bike on a regular basis. While this may make you a bit uncomfortable in the beginning, but you’ll learn in time that he’s not doing this to get away from you he’s doing this because this is his passion. Eventually, you’ll learn to appreciate all the free time you have to also do the things that you love.

 

  1. There’s a lot of fun new slangs to learn.

Ape hangers. Need I say more?

 

  1. You will eventually learn to accept that motorcycling is something he genuinely loves and nothing or no one will ever come close. And that’s okay.

Don’t get me wrong, your boyfriend loves you. It’s just that you need to understand that he was a biker before he even met you. And even though you worry all the time, you shouldn’t get in the way of his passion. Motorcycling gives him a profound sense of contentment and identity. For you to take that away would be to strip him of his peace.

 

  1. There’s always a worst-case scenario thing going on in your head.

This is probably the worst part for any girlfriend. Every time he goes out to ride his bike, you’ll always get a nagging feeling that he’s going to get hurt, regardless if he’s just going to the store or riding with his biker buddies to the next state. Motorcycling is dangerous, which is why the anxiety is never very far.

 

  1. You will end up getting a sucked into the lifestyle as well.

In time, you’ll grow tired of being a passenger. You’ll start to wonder what it would feel like to grip the handlebars instead of his waist SPOILER ALERT: it’s pretty rad! It’s going to haunt you day in and day out until you eventually succumb to the curiosity and end up with an M on your license. The next thing you know, you’re buying your own motorcycle and riding side by side with your beau on dark asphalt, towards the sunset.

 

What was it like the first time you dated a biker? Let us know in the comment section below!


6 Responses

Kat
Kat

October 03, 2018

I was the biker (and an officer in my MC) before I met my boyfriend, now husband. Lol you all have no clue. Most of us are NOT going to sit by and wait our turn. I have been riding even when you didnt see women riding, 30+ and proud of it!

Sunshinelively
Sunshinelively

July 17, 2018

Gender biased to the max. Really is a diss to women riders, and there are many of us.

Dawn
Dawn

June 07, 2018

I found it to be a good read. The first time I rode on the back of my boyfriend’s bike, I laughed and said, “I met my boyfriend’s other girlfriend and we had a threesome!” Lol. But all in all I feel this blog is true. He’s President of his MC, so it requires a lot of his time, but he definitely makes sure that he shows me how much he loves me all the time. I would never even want him to give it up. He loves it. I love riding on the back. I believe I’d be a little reckless if I was to ride myself. But u never know. Things could change 😉

Trina
Trina

June 05, 2018

Why so gender specific?

Dianna Johnson
Dianna Johnson

May 20, 2018

Seriously? This article makes me want to vomit. This HAD ago have been written by some punk ass manchild that has no respect for women and doesnt get bikers at all.

Darryl
Darryl

May 17, 2018

The entire piece of blog (shit) can be summarized in one liner – OBEY without questions / complains! & Be available when the bikie wishes. B-)

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