My husband and I met on Biker Kiss shortly after I moved to Florida. We were about 1 1/2 hours apart, but bless him, he would ride down and get me. I moved in 3 months later and this March 17th (St. Patrick's Day) we will have been married for 3 years
Great site! And I did get a few winks. I think everyone should try these on-line dating services as I did learn a lot just from reading some of the profiles, as in what everyone is "looking" for in that perfect partner. I have an opportunity to change jobs and move, nothing definite yet, but if plans fall through I will definitely be back to BikerKiss!
my husband and I met on bikerkiss back in 2005...we were married oct 24, 2009.....Thanks Bikerkiss for a match made to ride....we started out just riding together, neither one of us were looking for a permanent relationship....at the time we lived 76 miles apart....which made for great riding..lol but we fell in love and will ride the rest of our lives together. THANK -YOU AGAIN....because you wouldn't know a good man when he was right there in front of you. Now he and I can live and make our dreams come true.Thank you Biker Kiss....This one is forever.
People may not i say not trust the web for dating and whatever. But I meet my love at this site and have been happy. Thanks you very much. I have found the one I Love and she has done the same we are very happy together. Our rides together make us feel we have been together for ever. We had chemistry as soon as we met and our relationship is growing stronger every day. We are so much in Love it is a blessing that you had this site for us to find each other at this time of our lives. We both truly needed someone and now have found what we feel is our soul mate. Thanks again for helping us find each other if it wasn't for your site we would have never met.
I love you guys, and through your site met a man in 2004 who I married this past October. When we became exclusive, I wrote to you and at every juncture, repeated how happy I was with all those I met on the site, and how happy I am in my new life.
After contacting "Hwymedic", we wrote to each other for about three weeks or so. General information, general "how-we-got-to-being-single" sort of information. We spoke about riding and what we rode, and some of the experiences we've had (I was a new rider so that was mostly his imput). But we e-mailed "listened" to each others stories. After about three weeks we exchanged cell phone numbers, and began calling each other. (He worked nights so we had to find times which were convenient to both our schedules to speak.) I was able to then hear his voice, listen to his laugh and what made him laugh, and get another sense of him while still at a safe distance. And still, only general information was revealed, and nothing about exactly where I lived nor any personal information about my children was volunteered, by both of us.
We decided to meet, and did so, on Halloween '04, a Sunday morning, for breakfast after his work day, at a diner closer to his home (further from mine). We made a breakfast date and I had other plans for the rest of the day to make exiting easier and more natural. I had plans do a "Halloween" ride with my chapter. I offered to pay for my breakfast, but he did, but I insisted and did leave the tip. A week later he met me for lunch, and a week later we met for dinner. we were respectful of each others needs to have other interests, but very quickly we were exclusive. It wasn't until the following spring that he rode to where I lived with his son to watch my daughter play soccer, and took her for a ride for ice cream afterward.
We decided to live together about three years ago, moving to a house big enough for all our children (3) and our toys (bikes-trailers-campers, etc.) to live comfortably.
We were married about three weeks ago, on Halloween, the anniversary of our meeting for the first time. We made a Halloween costume party and filled the room with family and friends. We were all in costume, even the Cantor who married us. Though many of our guest are also riders, not one of them came in leathers! (two photos are attached)
Riding is a great way to meet people, and an interest in 'being out there', alone and deliberately unconnected from the world, that must be understood and respected. But it isn't everything, and could not have been the whole basis of our relationship. (We didn't even ride together until the spring after we met, some 6 months later).
we met on the bikerkiss site. we both were totally honest in our profiles. there were no embelishments or false impressions. we wrote to each other for weeks before exchanging telephone numbers. we spoke for a few weeks more before amking our first date. we dated, and when we decided to become exclusive, we introduced the kids to each other. we saw over time how supprotive we were to each other and how we complimented each other, we saw each other through some difficult times, and supproted each other's kids through some adjustments and changes. i am the happiest woman alive, and i found my true soulmate in my man. we joke that we are the consummate mixed marriage: i ride a harley and he has hondas, but all joking aside, we ride side by side in everything we do. Thank you very much.
I saw Michael's pic and profile and sent the 1st flirt. There was chemistry right from the 1st and I really hoped I would get a response back. I did and he seemed very interested in me, too. We em?s back & forth for a couple weeks and communicated well. He gave me his phone number and we talked and continued chatting at Bikerkiss and got to know each other enough to want to meet. After a couple more weeks, he invited me to a barbeque being held at his place of work - a HD Shop. We played cat & mouse all day while he worked and I enjoyed the food and band and shopping for HD clothes, lol. Needless, to say, when everyone left and he finished locking up the shop, we had a chance to get closer and a few good smooches and it confirmed that we did have chemistry and a desire to get to know each a lot better.
That we did, and after 6 months, he proposed. Now, after 1-1/2 yrs, I am moving to "our" house and planning our wedding for spring 2010. The site gave us an opportunity to find "like" persons within our preferred distance. The profiles asked enough good questions that you are able to make a fairly good decision before you even get started. After our initial em's, the site sent em's to my regular addie whenever there was mail and can't tell you how great that was -just couldn't wait for his responses - the sooner the better. Guess what we liked the best was that the site was dedicated to riders and/or those of us who love to ride with a partner. That common interest did bring us together. Thank You "Bikerkiss". We are both happier than we could have ever imagined.
Well i have met someone through biker kiss which is very nice, so thank you biker kiss! We only exchanged details about one another for a day after I received an email from biker kiss to say I had received a wink , we then agreed to meet; it was amazing just how quick it all happened, it is just as though we have known each other all our lives, it is really very incredable we are like lovers that have found each other again after spending most of our lives apart, we are just like long lost friends. I am so pleased we both joined, we will keep you posted of any further developments, we have only been going out together for a week - its just I have never known such a good match - it just goes to show it is worth the search and that its possible to find your perfect partner - if you keep on searching untill you find the right one.
we exchanged approx. 10 or so emails then decided to meet in person since we already had some mutual friends in the biking community. We decided to meet about 2 weeks after first making contact via the internet but I couldn't make it down the day of our set meeting so Melanie drove up to my residence in Wasaga Beach for our first meeting. We liked each other almost immediately and found we had a number of things in common. The next weekend I went to visit Melanie at her residence in Guelph and we planned a last biker run together to Friday 13th in Port Dover. Although we are still in the "getting to know one another phase" we seem to have an incredible connection and we spend most of our free time together now. I've suggested your site to some of the other singles I know now. There are no immediate plans for marriage at this point as we've both been married in the past and will take things slow in that department.
I found my hubby on bikerkiss.com in Jan of 2008. We met in a public place on 2/12/2008 after emailing and eventually speaking by phone. We were married exactly one year later on 2/12/2009. Good luck hopeless romantics. I only used bikerkiss for a little over 30 days.
All I can say is that we corresponded for a few weeks by some very wordy emails, set up a place to meet and ride, and by the second date, when my bike had battery problems, my new friend responded in such a very loving manor, that I knew he was avery special man. We steadily grew closer over many rides together and we both found that we didn't want to ride with anyone else. The fact that riding was our commonality, helped us to build on other areas in our relationship as well. There are no plans for marriage, but we have been very happy for nearly a year now.
Thanks once again, BikerKiss. I know I never would've met this person, had I not ventured out into the world of motorcycling, and your web sight.
I did meet Mark on BikerKiss....We chatted on IM and email for 2 weeks and set a date to meet for dinner...and that was September 2008...So here we are 100 miles apart and still seeing each other. At this time due to each others children and schools we continue to see other other in a long distance relationship. However, Mark does drive to me consistently each week and we have a great quilt of love and laughter we are making together. We do thank BikerKiss for helping us find each other. It is quite remarkable how compatible we are. We laugh about it at times, we have a love of riding together and that is the reason we ended up on BikerKiss. Looking for someone that enjoys that so much, and we just happened to find out how great life can be molding everything else together. So, we learn patience for our relationship to come together, as our children get ready for life, we smile and realize, we will have each other to enjoy life with. So thank you!!
Tammy and Mark!
tsm072 and vanhelsingpa
I hope everyone finds what they're looking for out there. Life's too short. Open your heart.... and go for it....
Harleyd1955 and I have had some great times. The riding is always the best. No place else I'd rather be. Will never forget the first day we met and it's all because of Bikerkiss.com........ So, thank you....
I started out as a new rider and recently separated mother of two after a 20+ year marriage looking for friendship and others to ride with in my new riding life.
I met lots of wonderful people at bikerKiss, had wonderful rides and was introduced into many small groups of people to ride with. I had many nice breakfasts and day rides with people whose friendships (but not more) continue today. I didn't run into any cheaters.
With Ric, we met the almost but not quite the same way. Our work schedules were reversed (he worked nights) and so we wrote for several weeks (it progressed to phone [calls-cell-to-cell]), before finally meeting on Halloween morning 2004 at a neutral (safe) place for breakfast (and no ride, as I had plans elsewhere). We had a lunch date about a week later and about a week later, a dinner date, also at a neutral mid-way restaurant. By the time we met, we had written emails at bikerkiss and spoken for over a month. We just started dating after that and slowly after that introduced our kids to each other and to our other kids. (The kids were 14-8-6 and are now 19-13-11.) We plan to wed this Halloween, since we met on that day.
And we didn't actually ride together until the following spring.
Riding is a hobby, not a life for us. It is a wonderful activity to do as a couple and as a family. We now share several other bikes, and some have sidecars to accommodate the younger kids. We share an additional dimension of our lives with others by riding, and have, as a couple, met hundreds of other couples who enhance their lives this way (on two) as well.
After fourteen years of single life I met the man I have been searching for.Arlo answered my email then road every weekend over the mtn to see me,now we are together and very happy..Thank You Biker Kiss for making all of this possible...wyldheart
I met Marc on Bikerkiss within my first 2 days of creating my profile. Everything I read in his profile was exactly what I was searching for. He responded in an email , being a preferred member and from that point we emailed 2 more times and then He asked for my Im information and we chatted for another week daily , online. The next step was giving out my cell number to him and we talked by phone daily for another week and planned our meeting. We met here in Maine for coffee and both knew and felt strongly that we desired to continue being together and building a strong and Happy relationship. I have never felt so sure about something as I have with this relationship and he also feels the same. Its been a weekend together and another is planned for this weekend also. We are riding in the Rolling Thunder Ride this weekend and have almost everything in common as far as who we are, what we desire, and where we want our lifes journey and goals to take us. One thing is for sure...We hit it off extremely well, and are Both extremely Grateful for Bikerkiss being the way we got together. THANK YOU!! Your site is awesome and the profile questions really say alot and aided us both in our search for Love. This is definately a success story in the dating department when it comes to online dating. Never were either of us misguided by photos posted or the desires we listed in our profiles that aided us in our search to find each other. Only took a couple weeks from my start to here now and I am a very HAPPY and ADORED Gal now...So is Marc!! If Marriage is in our future...I promise to write and let you know. For now we are finding ourselves extremely dedicated and having the best time together, which includes a longterm relationship commitment. A TRUE MATCH INDEED!! Thank You BikerKiss for assisting us in finding the REAL Situation that has lead us to each other! I will and have recommended your website to people and will always be proud to share my story of meeting the Man of my dreams on bikerkiss.
we emailed each other in may 2008, and found that we both had a lot in common,after talking on msn and commuting back and forth, we made a decision to move in together, and it was so natural. any way 8 7 months later we married and what a day, it was the best day in our lives,,, thankyou biker kiss,,, we are sooo happy to have found each other
Several years ago, I opened a Bikerkiss account. I figured, I could find some ladies to ride with, and what the heck, you never know...
But then I met a man - not on BK - and we started dating. Some months later, he asked me to marry him, and I did. He moved into my home, and then viciously abused me for two straight years, and robbed me of everything I had, leaving my family under a mountain of debt. Then, thank God, he just walked out.
I was traumatized and scared of what would happen next, I knew I'd have to sell my house, and move far away, but I was also relieved...
A few weeks later, I went out on a date with a man I'd met, and he turned out to be a married scumbag (He wouldn't admit it - I found out on my own the next day).
...I had completely forgotten about my BK account, for all that time - over 2 years! - until a few days later, when I got an email telling me that some members had viewed my profile...
A free woman now, I "Golded-Up" my membership (best money I ever spent!), and in a very short time saw Steve's profile.
What a cutie, trying to look so tough on his Harley in that picture (I later learned that his Mom shot the picture!)
I wrote simply, "Hey!"...
...A week later, he arrived at my house for our first date - 10 minutes early! - Aarrgghh!!!
I was in my ratty pajamas and my duct-taped slippers (just about to get dressed in my jeans for our casual date) when Steve simply walked in the door (as I had instructed).
I yelled from my laundry room, "You're early!" and rounded the corner to see Steve standing there in my dining room, beaming at me.
I said, "Oh, my God, you're so handsome!" and he said, "Thank you for saying that." (he thinks he's not good looking.)
"Come here.", he said.
We wrapped our arms around each other, and that was it - We knew.
Turns out, Steve had pretty much given up all hope of ever finding the "right" woman, but his family had prodded him into trying "online dating". He didn't hold out much hope for success...
He said later that he just saw something in my eyes and my smile, and he immediately knew we'd be together for the rest of our lives.
Within one year, I was divorced, sold my home where I'd lived most of my life, my grown kids found homes, and Steve and I bought an old, cruddy house on a lake in the country. We're fixing it up together everyday. His beagles, Cliff and Norm, get along well with my (now HIS) Gordon Setter, Mary, and we walk them all together in the woods. It seems that most of our time nowadays is spent at Home Depot or Lowe's, where we have a blast together, hand-in-hand, buying tools and building supplies for our home (don't worry, Steve's a carpenter by trade).
And what about riding?
Well, that's the ironic part:
My ex-husband basically stole my Harley Lowrider, along with everything else he took, so that first spring and summer, I rode on the back of Steve's Street Glide. I actually loved riding on his back with my arms around him...
But we needed more money for our house (it was really a dump!), so Steve sold his beloved, brand new Street Glide.
I still can't believe anyone would do such a thing - for me!
So, we met on BIKERKISS and now we haven't a bike between us, but we don't care.
I never thought I could be so happy, and Steve cannot believe his luck in finding me. We argue all the time over which one of us is the luckiest, so our song is, 'The Luckiest', by Ben Folds.
We are two parts of one, truly. Meant to be together, forever.
And don't worry, we'll be back in the saddle when the house is finished - Steve's going to build me a custom chopper - small enough for my short arms and legs and fast enough to keep up with him, so I guess it'll have to be mighty fast!
Dear friends@ Biker kiss, just wanted to share a photo with you to show just how great your site is!! We are going on four great months now and could never have thought we could find a kind of connection and love we are developing with each other.We both thank you and wanted to send a picture of us and the new bike!
I came to BK in hopes of making friends, then BikerQueen2007 made contact with me and we started emailing and phoning.
BikerQueen2007 lived in Central IL and I lived in Central MS so we decided to meet in Farmington MO for a nice ride in the hills and get to know each other; then the airlines stayed busy flying her back and forth to MS. We talked about everything and shared our experiences with each other and became friends more so than Lovers.
BikerQueen2007 is goofy, kind, caring, sweet & Hot but more importantly became my Friend.
Dyscrasite & BikerQueen were married August 01, 2008 and we have never been happier than we are now.