Before you raise your hand and say you’re Biker Friendly make sure you know what you’re letting yourself in for. Don’t just do this to earn some extra cash during the quieter periods of the week. If you say you are you have to mean it.
I’m not saying you need to get ready for constant noise complaints and oil all over your car park, but you do need to live up to the label of Biker Friendly because if you don’t the word will spread because if there’s one thing you should know about bikers is that they usually know a lot of other bikers. So if your pub has a 2m x 2m gravel car park right next to the local police station or if you’re a vegan cafe and refuse to sell real bacon then that stuff is going to get around.
If you do have good facilities for bikers then you won’t find a more rewarding crowd of customers (and they will arrive as a crowd). They’ll be regular, loyal and more importantly, they’ll tell others how good you are.
So if you are biker friendly why not get in touch to be added to the map. If you’re a frequent visitor of Biker Friendly places leave your thoughts below on what makes them so friendly to us bikers.