” Then there’s another feeling when you say to your mother, “Well, Mom, I had this weird feeling about meeting women and telling them I live in a van full of climbing gear, but then I realized I really only am interested in women who could be interested in a guy who lives in a van full of climbing gear.If that makes any sense.” I think my mom is really proud.There are some interesting things about dating people who love the outdoors, aren’t there?
If she doesn’t have a leather jacket already, she needs one. Depending on how much you want to spend, you can get styles with removable armor, waterproof liners, vents, and lots of other cool features to make riding comfortable and safe.
Plus, when you’re out with her you can borrow it and look amazing.
It’s a singular feeling when you’re 33 and talking to your mother and she says, “You know what I think you should try?
Can a girl who loves to bike ever have too many bandanas? This adorable and affordable accessory will keep her hair smooth under her helmet while also reminding her about all the awesome queer sex you’re having, have had, or hope to one day have with her.
Or if she’s not dating you or otherwise booed up, she can wear it out and about to let the ladies know she’s both stylish and Sapphically inclined. There’s nothing like a glass of beer at the end of a long day riding, and in my experience, the Venn diagram of “queer women who are into bikes” and “queer women who are into craft beer” is a near-perfect circle. ($30.00) A queer lady’s hands are important to her.
Pour a Fat Tire or a Chainbreaker IPA into it for added beer-and-bike synchronicity, then kick back and snuggle. This flexible, rollable mud guard combines style and function in a way she won’t be able to resist. They’re her canvas for gorgeous nail art, her tools for changing flat tires, and useful for… Let her know that you care about her digits and don’t want them getting chapped or sunburned.It keeps dirt off her duds, attaches without tools, and can be rolled up to fit in her purse or pocket. Nothing says “I’ve been thinking about your hands a lot” like an awesome pair of lined, waterproof gloves that are still flexible enough to maneuver in (NOT fingerbanging—you will ruin the leather). Her dream date is a long ride through winding mountain roads, with you either on the back of her bike or cruising by her side. She might be butch, femme, or anywhere in between, but whether she’s rocking flannel or frills under her armored jacket, she’s hell on anything with two wheels.Outdoorsy yet stylish, she loves the wind in her hair and going new places, but she’s sensible about balancing adventure with safety.You probably can’t afford to buy her the classic Triumph of her dreams, but you can still show that you care.