Below are some official tag lines and unofficial bicycle slogans for popular companies and events. Further below are some more bicycle advocacy slogans and sayings. Help spread the message and keep bicycling safe, fun and practical. Send us your bicycle advocacy slogans.
Updated August 2019. Originally published, February 2014.
The bicycle is a simple solution to some of the worlds most complicated problems.
The bicycle is the most efficient form of human transportation.
It can combat climate change, ease urban congestion, and build human fitness.
It brings us together, yet allows us to escape.
And it takes us places we would never see any other way.
We ARE Traffic! ~ .
Government must help to eliminate cars so that bicycles can help to eliminate government. ~ .
One Less Car. ~ , NYC, 1981. Created by Richard Rosenthal. Editor’s Note: I actually spoke to Mr. Rosenthal about how his slogan gained so much popularity that everyone uses it now, but without proper credit.
Honk if you love bikes! ~ .
I dream on two wheels. ~ .
Don’t be insane, cover your brain! ~ .
Less gas, more ass. ~ .
Ride bikes. Have fun. Feel good. ~, 2019.
Adventure is Out There. ~, 2019.
Bicycle Sayings, Expressions and Gnomes
A “gnome” is a pithy expression or saying that is generally true. In this case, these bicycle gnomes or bicycle slogans are like anonymous bicycle quotes that have infiltrated every-day culture in the form of social media postings, memes, T-shirts, slogans and more. If you know of who originated any of the following, please contact us so we can give them credit.
Less waste, less waist.
Support global cooling.
Burn Carbohydrates, Not Hydrocarbons.
Put something fun between your legs.
A bike can’t stand being alone because it is two tired.
Education is important, but riding a bicycle is importanter.
You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a bicycle and that’s pretty close.
A bad attitude is like a flat tire — you can’t go anywhere until you fix it.
“I have too many bicycles,” said no cyclist ever.
Bicycling: Side effects may include sweating and euphoria.
Keep calm and bicycle on. A variation of the motivational poster by the British government during World War 2.
A police officer came to my house and said: “Your dog chased someone on a bicycle.” I said: “That’s impossible, officer. My dog can’t even ride a bicycle.”
It’s better to be riding a bicycle and thinking about God, than sitting in church and thinking about bicycling.
Our chains set us free.