But most people on first dates on Luv Byrd would like to go hiking or skiing together.”The app, previously only available in Colorado, is now expanding to cities like New York, Chicago, and L.A., where Keshian says it can be harder to meet outdoor enthusiasts.While a site catered to climbers, bikers, skiers, and kite surfers would be welcome worldwide, with growth could come cost.Keshian told The Gazette in Colorado Springs that once the 10,000 user mark is eclipsed, a fee-based model would be warranted.
And although dating online can sometimes feel like a “Groundhog Day” loop of bad match after bad match, diversifying your watering hole online — as in life — has the power to dramatically change...
While the site hosts extreme outdoors men and women who ice climb, fat-bike, and hang glide, it also recognizes (and supports) “patio lounging,” as well as “sledding around like a kid” and “building a snowman” as relationship-starting material.
Check out Luv Byrd – especially if you’re in Colorado – to start finding outdoors love.
At the time, Keshian was using Ok Cupid, Tinder, and Plenty of Fish, but found the dating apps never really worked for him.
He saw an ad for Farmers Only.com, which targets the agriculture community, and wondered why there wasn't an app for ski bums like himself.