Motorcycle Dating Tips & Advice

3 Tips for setting up perfect profile on a biker dating site


motorcycle travelSome biker men always thought themselves as master when hooking up with riding girls they met in local biker events. They believe that anyone would be lucky if she ride with them. If that were the case, they wouldn't find themselves looking for love.  When it comes to online biker dating service, that's only half true. A good deal of the success actually falls on your biker profile appearance if you feel a positive self-image. Since your biker profile is the first thing other biker singles will see, it's important that it be smooth-talking as well!

So, how can you make your dating profile as smooth as you? Here are some tips:

1. Accurate Picture

The first thing anyone sees is the profile picture you've chosen to use. You want to make sure that your picture is catching the attention of other motorcycle riders on dating sites for biker users, so it shouldn't be a picture of your bike only. Every motorcycle rider has one motorcycle, so you can put the picture of your Harley Davidson bike up the additional photos with your profile. Of course, it is necessary show your bike off since there are plenty of bikers want to see what you're riding. Just, don't make it the focus. The best picture should be you on your motorcycle with a smell face. You don't want to use an overly flattering angle or a picture that has been "enhanced". All of that is pretty much false advertising. Scrap the idea of flattering imagery and just choose a picture that you feel describes you well. It could be a picture of you doing something silly or a photo of your riding on your motorcycle, but just make sure your face is clearly visible.

2. Descriptive Text

The mistake that most Harley men and ladies make is with the "about me" text. Across every type of biker dating websites, there is a section "about me" that need to be included on your profile. In addition, saying your favorite music or movie can be added, too. Unless you're going to say why you enjoy a specific band or film, scrap the idea of including that. It is cool to hang out with a special biker single who likes the same music as yours, but that's not enough to build a relationship on music since you are a Harley rider. You want to think of your biker dating profile as a type of resume and give other local bikers a reason to choose you from all the other candidates. You also want it to be a little more personal than a resume which includes some information about your personality. How would you describe yourself in 100 words? How would your biker friends describe you? Are you the type to ride a Harley Davidson or Triumph or other types of bikes? Think about how to let thousands of local riders know what to expect from spending time with your profile.

3. Too Much Reading!

As important as it is to be descriptive in your profile, you don't want it to read like a book. If there is too much text on your profile, it's more likely that someone is just going to skip out on reading. You thought other men or women with the same motorcycle as yours may still contact you, but it's more likely that they won't. You want to make all that information brief and cut a paragraph into a sentence. When you're listing the things about you that other members might find interesting, use point form. It's easy to scan and friendly on the eyes. This will keep other biker members interested in reading more. Just think about it: When you open a profile and it's 5 paragraphs long, are you reading it? No. Most people won't. Presentation of information is just as important as the information. In fact, it may be more important!

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