Why You Shouldn’t Date a Biker Girl

Looking at that beautiful blonde riding a sport bike? Think again.

Dating a biker girl is suicidal. Your world will be turned upside down and your life might be in danger. 

Hard to impress

It’s a simple task to hook up with a non-biker woman. You just have to put her on the back seat and accelerate. Even at 30 mph she’ll think that you CB500 is a rocket. Try the same think with a motorcyclist woman… She might be faster than you. 

Expensive gear

Women love fashion and clothes-shopping. If you have a non-biker girlfriend you can really buy some nice things for $100. Well, imagine her looking at the Alpinestars Vika motorcycle suit or at the latest Arai Helmet. She’ll ruin you. 

She can beat the shit out of you

Don’t disrespect her. A biker girl is brave, strong and choleric. Let’s assume your gonna stare at some beautiful blonde on an R1. You’ll get a carbon-fibre fist in your mouth as fast as you can say “brraap”.

Milla Resident evil

She uses too much oil

The cooking pan doesn’t have a dip stick. 

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She might think that Steven Tyler is sexier than you

Don’t take her at motorcycle rallies. She might dump you, steal your bike and leave with some Steven Tyler-like rock star riding a Harley. 

You can’t go out with the guys anymore

“Baby, I’ll go out this weekend. It’s too cold for you to come”. This might work if talking to a car-girl. The biker girls is as brave as you and she won’t get scared by rain. 

Harley girl

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