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The old but I cycle at home line

Just had a member contact me for a possible stay. They gave the old well I am an avid cyclist at home so.....

Sorry I wrote, warmshowers is reserved for touring cyclists and should remain so. I suggested the seek out someone at couch surfing.

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Same response I would have

Same response I would have given.


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WS is reserved for touring cyclists..

Quote: WS is reserved for touring cyclists..

As another WS-member suggested before at this forum: Put in your profile that you only host guests arriving by bicycle, or (if you like that too) by e-bike.

At least you are clear in your conditions.

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Why should someone have to

Why should someone have to restate what are the rules and regulations by which the entire WS community operates?

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You are right, but..

I agree Paul, but looking at the messages at this forum the reality is that some members do not read/understand, of do not want to read/understand the rules/regulations.

Same with profiles: as long as some guests think that it is "common cyclist behavior" not (or partly) to read the host's profile, a misunderstanding between guest and host can occur.

Looking at your own profile, you say it additional in a funny, but clear way: Don't be a boludo.