japbike said:all you have to do it say "I don't give rides, sorry" or "I dont give rides to ppl that don't have a helmet", not like Alpo will be carring one around.
That pointing to another bike is genious!TheSollyLama said:If you're not next to or on your bike, just point to one with a rear cowl and explain you don't have room for a passenger. It's saved me a couple times.
i've also claimed to be a passenger on the back of a chick's bike. Sends 'em packing right quick.
My buddy has his policy clearly displayed with a "No fat chicks" sticker on his rear seat.
Can't say he didn't warn them heffers.
Also claim the bike has a weight limit. Hold out your hands and say "You must be this thin to ride on this bike", amusement park style.
Tell them you'd love to but are afraid one of their chins might get caught in the chain.
Tell her that you'll need a literbike to haul her giant tuckus around, your 600 won't cut it.
fuckin awesome is all i got to say to that and Git-r-doneTwinsen said:I usually carry my passenger seat in my backpack and have the solo cowl on...but with a second helmet...why? Just in case a pretty girl comes along like two nights ago. Man, I whipped out that passenger seat so quick for that girl! *AHEM*...Woman...she's 25. I'm off to see her tonight after class too.
Hahahah! By appointment only! I like that.IllKneeGrow said:I just tell the truth and say "You can't be wider than the bike" or "I don't let ugly girls on my bike"
But I usually have my seat cowl on, so 2up riding is by appointment only.