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Bring the romance by bike this Valentine’s Day.
Whether you plan months in advance for Valentine’s Day, or wait until February 13, why not celebrate with a little bike love? Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Join a City Bike Tour
Bike tours are a great way to get oriented in a new city, but why reserve them only for when you’re traveling? Taking a city bike tour is a great way to get to know parts of your own city that you don’t often visit and to learn local stories that you may have missed. If you’re lucky enough to live in a climate where tour companies are still operating in mid-February, a city bike tour makes for a fun Valentine’s Day date with longtime lovers or new flames.
Leave a Valentine on Somebody’s Bike
Is there are a certain someone you have your eye on but you just don’t know how to tell them? You’ve seen them riding around town on that stylish city cruiser, why not attach a little note to their handlebars and tell them you like their style. You can even help make someone’s day by leaving an anonymous Valentine on a random bike or two, they’ll be sure to appreciate the compliment!
Rent a Tandem Bike
Relationships are all about cooperation, and so is riding a tandem bicycle. If you can pedal one bike up a hill together, then you’re probably ready for anything.
Snuggle Up and Watch a Bike Movie
Valentine’s Day romance can be found in the comfort of your home. Check out Momentum Mag’s list of 8 Bicycle Movies on Netflix Right Now for a cozy evening in.
Show Your Bike a Little Love
What better time to give a little TLC to your trusty bike who has always been there for you? Momentum Mag’s How to Care for Your Bike in Winter is a good source for tips on bike maintenance in the colder months.