Bike dating

#8 You will know the best brand of bleach to clean up the blood stains on the bed sheets My guy has plenty of bruises and scars on his legs and apparently seems to feel he must always have at least one active injury at all times.

I have had to replace plenty of bedlinen, as our sheets tend to end up looking like some sort of twisted Halloween prop.

According to him it is as easy to manoeuvre as a tank and if it ever gets stolen, I would not put it passed him to have arranged it in order to‘upgrade’ my bike for me.

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#9 You end up using a spare bedroom that you wanted to convert into a nursery as bike storage instead Before our little one was born he was adamant that the baby would sleep in his own room from an early age, since then it seems to have occurred to him that it would mean giving up his bike storage/in-house repair shop.

We sound like broken records when we for the millionth time talk about why he feels it is not enough to only own one bike and why none of his bikes can (under no circumstances ever) be stored outside.

Finding a car that fulfils both criteria comes with a price tag, this leads to the I-could-buy[name a bike part of your choice]-for-that-instead-dilemma.

Unfortunately, we currently call The Netherlands our home.

His Christmas wish list is pretty much just an adult version of our sons list.

This is the guy who daydreams about upgrades he can do to his bike, the day he buys it.

He is constantly on his phone to check out new bikes or compare components, loves his stickers and forces himself to not look at any bike forums when the races are on, as if it was a FIFA World Cup news blackout.

#4 Go Pro footage is to be taken very serious He will force you into watching his Go Pro footage of his last crazy ride and sulk like a little child if you are not excited about the great line he nailed.

Sure, we'd rather be spending all our time out on the trails but we suppose there's time in our life for some dating too.

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