A Guide to Bachelorette Bike Polo
Published: 05 October 2017
Hold your horses, it's Bachelorette Bike Polo
If you've ever wondered how the classic game of Bachelorette Bike Polo is played - and who hasn't? - then look no further as we have some top tips for playing a proper match just like the pros.
It is customary and fair to separate into two teams according to age, or as the Bachelors like to say, the “wheelchairs” (the older men) from the “training wheels” (the youngsters).
Shirts must stay tucked in to pants at all times for two reasons: one, because a flapping shirt tail is a health and safety hazard while riding a bicycle, and two, because there is nothing more intimidating on two wheels than a well-dressed Bachelor.
Players must make sure to show their respect for, and appreciation of, the softness, density and overall springy-ness of the perfectly manicured grass by falling off their bike at least a few times.
Don’t forget to carry out essential safety checks, such as testing the durability of your teammates' helmets! You'll be doing them a favour.
There is only one correct manner in which to celebrate a goal in Bachelorette Bike Polo and that is via the highly dignified male custom of 'stacks on!'