#bikeschool: Tag Lines

31
Jan
2012

We had a great #bikeschool session last week; good attendance, great answers and no injuries. If you couldn’t be with us then you missed a corker as always but you can always catchup with the #bikeschool questions and answers by going back through the Twitter timeline HERE. As the evenings professor I asked for ideas for a new #bikeschool catchphrase.

We hadn’t meant to entice you all in to doing our work for us and assisting with the creative process of running #bikeschool or LovingTheBike.com but with so many great answers we decided it was probably only right that we offer up a prize for all your hard work… So don’t let me ever hear any of you saying The Boss, The Hoserhead and the dancing monkey don’t look after you!

Below are some of the answers from the night that we have picked for you to vote on. There is the possibility for some late entries to make it into the line-up but the closing date for new entries will be Wednesday 1st of February 2012 at Midnight GMT. Have a read of the tweets below and vote on which one you think should become a #bikeschool catchphrase to help spread the love.

Option 1 – @noteon

Option 2 – JuiceLee337

Option 3 – @PinkChickRunner

Option 4 – @twittyboyd

Option 5 – @johntrendler

Option 6 - @jenfairfax

Option 7 – @lizbon

 

We have a great prize pack for this competition from two of our #bikeschool sponsors GU Energy and RoadID. Up for grabs is a GU Energy Flavor Mix pack and a $35 RoadID gift card which will keep you on the road for longer and safer whilst you do it.

Time to Vote:

To vote all you need to do is leave a comment below and let us know which option you think is the best and most suited to #bikeschool. If you have your own idea that is entered below before the closing date it may be entered into the competition but this will only be after a shortlist has been decided on. Please don’t vote for ideas left in the comment section, only votes for ideas above with OPTION numbers next to them are eligible for the competition. The closing date for votes is Sunday the 5th of February at Midnight GMT and the winner will be announced shortly after that.

Good luck to everyone and thanks again GU Energy and RoadID… let the voting commence…

 

Stevie

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  • http://twitter.com/StevieDexter Stevie Dexter

    Congratulations to @twittyboyd:disqus for taking a stonking victory by by 14 votes! A great unanamous decision to make ‘WORLD CYCLISTS UNITE’ our new #bikeschool tag line. Well done Martha… get in contact and we’ll send out the awesome prizes.

    • http://lovingthebike.com Darryl is Loving the Bike

      Congratulations to @twittyboyd:twitter for coming up with a fantastic #bikeschool tagline.  Thanks to you, @twitter-20033912:disqus  for coming up with this idea and putting it together. 

      #bikeschool: World Cyclists Unite

  • http://twitter.com/kui360 Kui Kanthatham

    Option 7 is curiously interesting. But, I’ll have to go with the PC one and vote for option 4. :) – @twittyboyd @lizbon #bikeschool

  • Mab5161

    Option #4
    Bikeschool unites all of us around the world!

  • Pinkchick

    Of course I’ll vote for my option #3. However, I like my last minute tweet “Ride by Tweets.” suggestion. oh well. (pinkchick)

  • Blancamdelvalle

    I vote for Option 4

  • http://twitter.com/icemanbb Bob Burpee

    Option #4

  • Lizbon

    It’s an honor to be nominated. I’d like to thank the academy, and then vote for somebody else. I vote for Option 6. All About the Bike. Says it all.

  • http://about.me/polleydan Dan Polley

    Option 2

  • Roger B

    I choose #5.

  • http://twitter.com/Russ_Mullo Russ Mullens

    yep #4  … but if bikeschool doesn’t have a rickshaw Q? soon it will surely be banned in china 

  • Jackie

    There are some great choices, but I’ll go with Option #3.

  • Olivepeople

    Option 2

  • http://twitter.com/kweenkmatt Katie

    I like #4 – but I also like #3!  It’s hard to compete with tacos & beer…

  • http://twitter.com/PedalmanTO PedalmanTO

    I must say that Option 4 resonates with me.

  • http://twitter.com/johntrendler John Trendler

    Option 5 – indubitably

  • http://www.reasons2ride.com/ Joel Phillips

    I missed last week, what a bummer.  I love these activities…

    I actually like Option 7.

    I would have answered – Homework is Recess

  • http://rorowe.posterous.com/ rorowe

    I’m going with the consensus (so far), voting for #4. 
    I love #1, too, though…

  • bobridesabike

    Option #4

  • http://twitter.com/jkcvt Jennifer Knecht

    Option #4

  • Giarcatwood

    I vote for option # 4

  • Mark Beaconsfield

    This vote is from Kayla. “I vote for option 4. If I had a second choice it would be option 5″

  • http://twitter.com/BicycleLab Victor Jimenez

    For the love of the bike

    • Pam

      I don’t think we were supossed to vote for new entries, but I like this one.

  • Aztridalvillar

    Option #4

  • http://about.me/Aaronthestrong Aaronthestrong

    I vote option 4 FTW. I think it’s a great description of exactly what happens!

  • http://julesmpg.blogspot.com Julesmpg

    Option 4

  • Mark Beaconsfield

    I love the fun of option 3. But my vote has to go to @twittyboyd with option 4, World cyclists unite. After all, that is what #bikeschool has done for many of us. There were so many great and funny answers to that question.

  • Jkboard

    Option #4

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