Any gay bikers out there?

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    • #207163

      Do any clubs exist?

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    • #207209

      You can still be gay and ride with straight guys. Nobody cares if you gay or not as long as you don’t try to slip it in on the trail. I honestly don’t care who my riding partners are as long as they are respectful.

    • #207213

      Can’t speak for everyone but most MTB’ers I know/ride with seem to be pretty open-minded people. We’re all out on the trails because we like riding bikes so for me, sexual orientation doesn’t play into it.

      Would be interesting if there were some gay MTB clubs though.

    • #207230

      Haven’t heard of any, but like the previous posts have stated, bikers are an inclusive bunch.  Good luck

    • #207236

      Man, those guys were great!

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    • #207475

      im not gay – but i am a happy biker!!!


      good luck in your search – or just ride it baby!!!

    • #207495

      Think you’re on the wrong site buddy.

    • #207537

      I like to segregate my riding groups as well.  I’ve been looking for a club for left-handed partially deaf riders with little penises for years but so far, no luck.

    • #253600

      Yup, there are gay mountain bikers out there! I’ve been mountain biking since 1983 and I fall into the category of a mountain biker that happens to be gay. I completely understand the point of this question! And while it shouldn’t matter, it does. Difficult to find someone in my world that’s into mountain biking and skiing and happens to be gay (and open about it)!

    • #253601

      For the people I ride with, I don’t care what their sexual preference is, what they’re political views are, or any other non-MTB preferences.  We’re mountain bikers.  When we’re on the trail let’s talk bikes, components, trails, lines, features, riding direction, etc.  Now if you want to throw down some brews afterward and shoot the bull just do it with people you are comfortable with.  The world is much more accepting today and I think you’ll find most people really don’t care.  However, while most won’t care about your sexual preference, straight guys probably don’t want to talk about guys… just sayin’.

    • #253602

      Old thread, but I remember back in the day there was a mountain biker who won 14 NORBA downhill titles and 11 world cups, 1994 world championship,  two World Cup overalls, etc. Her name is Missy Giove and she’s gay. Sex really doesn’t matter much in cycling unless you make it matter.

    • #253603

      According to Merriam Webster, the top definition of gay is: 1) happily excited 2) keenly alive and exuberant: having or inducing high spirits

      Going by this information I would surmise that just about every mountain biking group out there is gay.  I mean, who isn’t happily excited, keenly alive, exuberant, and in high spirits when they’re bombing down an awesome trail?

    • #253605

      I was having a similar difficulty finding lgbt+ oriented clubs so I decided to form one. We’re based on the front range of Colorado but I’m hoping the group will eventually extend outward and become an online forum for us. Check it out on Facebook if you’re still interested in finding like-minded mountain bikers. We’re out there for sure.

    • #253607

      I’ve been looking for some heterosexuals to ride with for years!

    • #254086

      Yep, gay mtn bike here. Totally agree with prior posters about the open/inclusiveness of mtn bikers. Never had any issues riding with anyone I want. It’s really all about the ride. I ride with an awesome group of straight guys that love to joke and play. Lots of fun gay joking.

      That being said, would love to find another gay rider.. if they’re good and fun!

      • #318033

        Im a gay biker, I haven’t come out to my close ones honestly, but I think it would be greart to ride with other gay bikers , and also with straight guys too

    • #303957

      Yeah im a gay 24 year old Londoner who rides on the weekends and stuff. I actually spend a lot of time in and around the mountain bike sphere working as a photographer for events like Crankworx and the DH World Cup. I haven’t “come out” to my followers on IG and etc just yet but I don’t think I need to tbh. I mean if they ask if im dating or have a girlfriend I’ll just get back to them and say na man I like dick. I wonder what they’re response will be to that will be. hmmm its scary and exciting at the same time because its all fun and as long as you ride bikes then that’s all that matters.

    • #303977

       as long as you ride bikes then that’s all that matters.

      Thats it man. Enjoy the ride.

    • #304170

      I haven’t come to this site in a few months. This is the first post I see. Wat?!


      Who gives a fuck what you are, just send it my dude.

    • #304277

      I’m pretty disappointed in the responses to this guy.  His question was brief, polite, and simple.  All the “nnnnnnnnnnnnooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” and “you’re on the wrong site buddy” is ridiculous.  Why not just pass on the chance to be a jerk.  If being gay upsets you or if someone wanting to find some gay guys to ride with offends you then you are a little snowflake pansy.

    • #304449

      Lonnie mulligan look at the posters profiles, if they have more than one other post I would be surprised.  They are just trollers looking for a response.

    • #304451

      This forum sure gave a response.  Wish it was a less homophobic one.

    • #304452

      Your question is a bit arrogant.  It’s like asking are there any Christian bikers or are there any Latin bikers or are there any physically challenged bikers, etc. What difference does it make if you enjoy the trails?

    • #304517

      Maybe try the Meetup app to find like-minded peeps to ride with?

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