Toronto writer Micah Toub writes about “2 wheels = sex appeal” for his column in today’s Globe. He talks with Momentum Magazine‘s Amy Walker for the female perspective on dudes who bike.
To get an, ahem, unbiased opinion from a woman, I talked to Amy Walker, one of the founders of Momentum, a Vancouver-based magazine for “self-propelled people.” She agreed with me, though she began with a more relationship-oriented, poetic explanation.
“When you go on a date with someone in a car, you’re tied together and only one person is driving, so it’s a dominant and passive relationship,” she said. “When you’re both on a bike, you’re both in control. You’re two people who have free will and are governing themselves but choosing to ride together. I really like that metaphor.”
I’ve commented previously on how cycling makes you more attractive.