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  • jules

    they will tolerate my failing to adhere to the above characteristics :)

  • Annie

    My riding buddy for the past two years was first my Tinder date, then my boyfriend, and now my fiance. He is a much better rider than I am and when we first met I was worried that he wouldn’t want to spend time on the bike with me because I was too slow. My concerns were unjust however as he has spent the past two years encouraging me and coaching me into the much better rider that I am today. Very lucky to have him :).

    • lowercasev

      What a great story! Nice to be able to share your passion for cycling with your partner

  • Jason de Puit

    6 – They’ll happily let you sit on their wheel in times of need, and you’ll happily return the favour when the time comes.

    • lowercasev


  • Andy B

    My friends are all lacking with number 5..
    Maybe I need new friends

    • lowercasev

      Never too late to start teaching them!

  • Mark Veenstra

    Also, a good buddy is a buddy with who you can share a silence for a while without feeling uncomfortable.

  • Gavin Adkins

    I think number 4 should be a minimum standard for anyone on a bunch or group ride. If you tag along for a bunchie and someone needs a tube or food or whatever, it doesn’t matter if you even know them, just pay it forward.

    Also, if you’re late, be funny.

  • Anon N + 1

    I can’t see the photo or is it a selfie with a white elephant in a snow storm or is that a joke I didn’t get?

  • Charlotte Durand

    LOVE THIS! Selfie skills are essential- and also not just asking you to take photos of them hahaha

  • 42x16ss

    They look after their bike! Nothing worse than someone with an unsafe bike or constant mechanical issues that can be prevented easily.


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