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    I need a 29er one liner/catch phrase

    I have a frame that I am about to finish and want a 29er phrase to put on the seat stay before I clear coat it.

    I do have two young boys so it has to be clean no four letter words so to speak.

    so throw them out boys and girls.

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    29 inches and Rigid. Not mine but I think it's clever, maybe a little tacky though.
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    is it a single speed? my buddies and i were trying to explain why we ride single speed to another rider and it boiled down to: "free your mind. punish you body"

    i went custom on my bike too with "My other bike is a Kayak"

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    "Who new big wheels and single speed would come back into fashion?"

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    "29er gets more vaginer"

    Wait, that's no good. I suck at rhymes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpityBump
    "29er gets more vaginer"

    Wait, that's no good. I suck at rhymes.
    Quoted for posterity.
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    Thanks guys, there are a couple good ideas and some really bad ones.

    keep them coming!

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    "nuthin' could be fina than to ride a twentynina..."

    +1

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    You could use the line I've been using. I told a riding partner that as part of riding for the 29'er crew I was contractually obligated to point out any real or perceived benefits of my wheels over his . So, every time he loses traction or has to dab he now knows it will be followed by me exclaiming, "29'er b!tch!!".
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    Cannondale already took the best 29er quote for the downtube on their 2009 Caffeines


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    Is it a 29'er hardtail? how about "Stiff Compensation"

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    20-Nine

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    29er>26

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    thanks for the idea. i am posting this on my blahg for input and will report back with the ideas accordingly

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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpityBump
    "29er gets more vaginer"

    Wait, that's no good. I suck at rhymes.
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    my 29er can be ridden for hours......
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    29ers....bigger than Fo's Blahg!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TR
    29ers....bigger than Fo's Blahg!!!
    let's not get carried away now!

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    How bout "Nobody cares about your 26er"
    Or maybe "nobody gives a f****** s*** about your 26inch toy"
    I dunno. just thinking out loud.

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    Ideas...........

    "It's a 9er thing, you wouldn't understand."

    "He who dies with the biggest wheels wins"

    "He who dies with the biggest wheels, still dies."

    "It's true that the size of a guy's wheels is proportional to the......"

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    "29er, put something exciting between your legs"
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    "proud mary" ... [as in "big wheels keep turning"]
    "old enough to know better. too old to care."

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    iz duce 2da nizine tyme yaan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoogie
    "proud mary" ... [as in "big wheels keep turning"]
    +1 (too bad most under 40 won't "get it")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred
    I have a frame that I am about to finish and want a 29er phrase to put on the seat stay before I clear coat it.

    I do have two young boys so it has to be clean no four letter words so to speak.

    so throw them out boys and girls.


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    29 and slower than when I was 26

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    How about...

    "Trendy and Slow"

    that will take the words out of their mouthes and they'll have nothing else to say.

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    Or:

    "29er, when a Mountain Goat just won't do"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfoot_mt
    is it a single speed? my buddies and i were trying to explain why we ride single speed to another rider and it boiled down to: "free your mind. punish you body"

    i went custom on my bike too with "My other bike is a Kayak"
    I like that, "free your mind. punish you body" ... or "free your mind, your body will suffer"

    My 29er friends always say, "Look at your cute little wheels."

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    I have this on my 26" Ti hardtail.

    I need a 29er one liner/catch phrase-cimg0322.jpg

    I just got: "We are The Cyclists, the intermediate stage between humans and pure energy."

    ...for my fixed gear and road bike.

    If you don't know where that comes from, it's a classic: http://53x11.com/blog/2008/11/05/We-...e-Cyclists.159

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    How about
    "I'm so desperate for attention that I added a catch phrase to my bike!"

    Sorry, I hate bumper stickers too.....

    Although out of everything posted so far, I like "Proud Mary". Subtle and clever.

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    " I misunderstood when she screamed 3 more inches"
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    Your Bike Sucks

    It's a classic, and applies whether or not your buddy is also on a man's bike.

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    Did you older folks make a big deal out of 700c rims replacing 27" rims back in the '80's.

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    How about - MORE FLEX , LESS STRENGTH
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    For the physics fans...

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    How about: "Me and my 29er fan boys give 29ers a bad name by trying to create an obnoxious cult out of a simple equipment choice."

    Hope you have long seat tube.

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    who ever said, "29er *****!" won
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    11.58346153846 % better

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    its just a 26er giving a 110%

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    Those 26" wheels are so cute!


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    When are we going to call 29ers mountain bikes
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    "Plenty Fine"

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    "Hairy Line 29"

    "Twenty-Mine"

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    How 'bout "My ego is 3" bigger"

    or

    "3 inch ego boost"
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    Word!
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    A 29er one-liner?

    That's a little oxymoronic.
    I mean, why limit yourself to one line? A 29er can take multiple lines, any line!
    The twenty-nine inch wheel.

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    "Big Wheels Suck"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred
    I have a frame that I am about to finish and want a 29er phrase to put on the seat stay before I clear coat it.

    I do have two young boys so it has to be clean no four letter words so to speak.

    so throw them out boys and girls.
    It's fun to personalize your bike. When I got my first mountain bike in 1981 I wrote "Happy Trails" on my chainstay. My next bike said "Brev Extra Dangerous". You may have to have knowledge of Italian road bikes to get that one. Next I had "Cain't Dance.

    In my first mountain bike race, 1982, I think, there was a man (ahead of me) whose T-shirt said on the back "Ask Me About My Grandchildren".

    When I went to Crested Butte in 1983, Scot Nichol was showing off a bike with "Rude Girl" on the chainstay and it had PHD somewhere else on the bike, I forget exactly where. He said that meant "Pimpin', Hoggin', and Doggin'".

    You know the "Proud Mary" thing? That's the reason a guy who goes by SS Mike, who used to work at Haro named the Mary after the big wheels keep on turnin' song. He painted on his chainstay "Dane Bramage".

    I've kinda slowed up on the chainstay insignias myself but think it can be kinda fun.

    I'm thinking most of these suggestions sound somehow "defensive" about big wheels. If you wait, something that is just right will come to you. Or maybe not.

    Chuey

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    veintinueve"er" (I probably botched that spelling)

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    29er, too big for a niche
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Um, 26ers tastes like chicken

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerJoe
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    This is it!

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    You already have what you're looking for.

    29er one liner
    next time

    [QUOTE=spazzy] Might as well sell your bikes, E-riding is much more productive.

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    "my other bike is a good one"

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    "your mom"

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