What’s your bicycling slogan?

Our friend Melissa (the one who put together the first Critical Mass ride in her old suburban town) is settling into life in Denver, where she moved partly to make living an active life easier.

Recently, BikeDenver put together a photo booth event, We Bike This Town: Portraits of Bicycling in Denver, “to create a collection of portraits of our bicycling community to help us show our elected officials and decision makers who their decisions are affecting.”  What a great idea!

Attendees were given a word bubble to write down a personal bicycling slogan.  Melissa, with her new Raleigh named Black Beauty, came up with the slogan: “It just makes sense!”  I agree!

Other slogans I saw looking through the portraits: “Bikes make life better,” “To ride or not to ride…there is no question,” and simply “I <3 Bikes.”

I would have to go with the original LGRAB slogan: “Life on two wheels: Simple. Stylish. Fun.”

What would you write in your word bubble?

  • http://sweetheartsholdhands.blogspot.co.uk/ Nicola

    “I’m going somewhere.” For two reasons: my bike is my only method of transport so if I’m riding it I have somewhere to be, but also it does imply that cars are going nowhere fast, which during rush hour is the case! 

    • Redeyedtreefr0g

      very cute

  • RPguitar

    “TWO wheels and ZERO emissions”

  • http://www.anniebikes.blogspot.com anniebikes

    “I believe in bikes. Slower equals less stress, more exercise.”

  • http://lladybird.wordpress.com/ Lauren

    “Can you really afford to hit me?”

    Hahahaha kidding! :)

    • http://letsgorideabike.com/blog Dottie

      I like it.  I need some message that tells drivers, “I am a lawyer and I will sue your ass!”  Although whether that would make people more or less likely to hit me is open to debate.  ;)

      • **

        As a lawyer I’d have no one to sue if I’m allowed safe passage!

  • georgina ormrod

    This is always more fun. Smile :-)

  • BklynBiker

    If you’re in a hurry, why are you driving?

  • http://profiles.google.com/throcky111 Ed Throckmorton

    If you’re in a hurry, why are you driving?

  • Old Knotty Buoy

    I sign my posts 90% of the time with “Ride well and be safe out there”.

    OKB

  • Old Knotty Buoy

    I sign my posts 90% of the time with “Ride well and be safe out there”.

    OKB

  • Jeremy Pinkham

    Standing next to my tandem, my slogan is “One less bike.”

    • http://letsgorideabike.com/blog Dottie

      Ha, nice one, Jeremy.  It’s great to hear from you!!  I hope you and your family are doing well.

  • john h

    <<<    PLEASE!!! 
    <<< DONT HIT ME!!!
    <<<         =)

  • Tooter Turtle

    “You can have my parking space” or maybe “You can use my gas”.

  • Nouveauwest

    “You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a bike. That’s pretty close.”

  • Nouveauwest

    “You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a bike. That’s pretty close.”

  • L*

    Live through the goodlife-cycle …  use the bicycle! ;)

  • Bicyclebadger

    It’s a good day to ride.

  • Eco-cyclist

    “We’re really not that different”
    or
    “Two wheels= free therapy”

  • Cynthia

    I think I can, I think I can,…..I kew I could, I knew I could!