Dating a professional cyclist
Forty-three percent of the British population owns or has access to a bicycle. Not as in charming (thought they might be), but as in no hair. Most people think this is to improve aerodynamics, but the real reason is that it makes their post-cycle massages more pleasurable 3. The National Cycling Charity says that cyclists live an average two years longer than non-cyclists. In fact, their chosen activity boosts their levels of well-being, self-confidence and tolerance to stress – all of which make them good company. Cyclists are full of anecdotes to fill potentially awkward silences. Order what you like on a dinner date – it’ll still be less than a cyclist eats. The number of two-wheeled pedal-pushers is growing daily, so it’s almost inevitable that you’ll date one. Research published in the journal, Biology Letters, showed that the top 10% of performers in the 2012 Tour de France were rated as being 25% better looking than those that lagged behind them. Admittedly, most of them involve near misses with motorised vehicles. It’s not unheard of for them to munch their way through 6,000 calories a day. And if you’re a city-dweller who has no choice but to store the bike in your apartment, consider using a series of cables and pulleys to suspend it from the ceiling, or perhaps an electric fence.
Like any other type of fetish gear, if you’re on a date with someone who’s interested in that sort of thing, it’s because you both met on a forum dedicated to it in the first place.Not to mention all that time concentrating on the road works those brain muscles 4. He has a different kind of a bond with it," Yağmur Z., who resides in Istanbul, said in her complaint. According to a recent Mindlab survey, most people view cyclists as 13 percent more intelligent than the average person. According to the same survey, cyclists are generally viewed as 10 percent more charitable than non-cyclists.