I mean I'm out on the Greenway yesterday, pedalling for all I'm worth on my single speed, like I'm in a time trail, when I come up on the damsel in distress. She's walking her Trek 2200 due to a flat. So, I stop and assist her, she's got a larger tire 700/28, and I'm carrying a 700/23 tube. I figure for the five miles she's got to go it'll hold. So I get her up and running. She's so happy she says, "If I had a hundred bucks it would be your's." I blush, and say, "Just helping out." and I'm off. Well, about five minutes later I'm like banging my fist into my forehead, going, "Dude, you are such a dweb, you should of said something cool like 'I don't need a hundred bucks, I'll take dinner at Lucia's.' Or at least gotten her phone number."
So my question is: Does helping someone out open one to be hit on? And would dinner or a date biking, be fair compensation for aiding a distressed biker?