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True story! Let the top tube of your bicycle (or any other stickerable surface of your choice) deliver this ...
Whether you ride a fat-tired bike or happen to sport a fabulously large body, you've got a lot to be proud of. Say it ...
The space shark is an endangered life form, with only a small breeding population remaining in the upper Andromeda ...
You may not need gasoline to power your bicycle, but you do need something. Preferably a locally-produced, renewable ...
Sick of being pushed off to the side of the road to dodge gravel and pot holes? Tired of being treated like you don't ...
Keeping it simple.
If any single human being could claim responsibility for US cities becoming as screwed up as they did over the course ...
Literally. They smell terrible! Ugh!
Matt Queen's line drawing of a passionate bicycle-mounted kiss.
All together now!
Need a reminder to get out there? Here you go!
Let the world know what is up.
Show your pride on the top tube of your bicycle!
The old left-right political spectrum is sooo last-decade. Let the pols know where your allegiances fall.
Channel your inner eight-year-old to express your true feelings about transportation.
If you're only interested in dating folks who ride bicycles, here's one way to send out the bat signal.
An overbearing central government creates a massive, wasteful, public infrastructure subsidy for the supposed good of ...
Every so often some bombastic politician will get up and call cars "freedom machines." We think the opposite.
Leave them all in your dust!
A classy statement, suitable for all occasions.
After a roommate who was into tai chi and Chinese philosophy moved out, I found little scraps of paper with this phrase ...
Sometimes you just have to get out there and go for it.
Sometimes it's the only thing to do.
A perfect fit for the top tube of your bike, or really for any spot where you need a daily reminder.
Close your eyes and just imagine the positive bike ions!
“Proud Bikesexual” features an illustration by Kate Berube from the second issue of Taking the Lane.
"bike like you give a damn"
“cars are in the way”