Tuesday, March 10, 2009

What's in a Name?

This iciclebicyle gig isn't going to last forever. It's going to get green and flowery at some point in the near future. Some of you may be more optimistic than me about when that will happen, but then again, you probably don't live in the Ice Box State. I also think that as Spring Fever spreads throughout the blogosphere, who's gonna want to feel the chill of iciclebicycle? So at some point soon, iciclebicyle will be going on a hiatus until the snow falls again.

I have had a lot of fun blogging and learning from all you folks who have created better sites than my own.   So, I will be looking to start another blog, to tide me over until iciclebicycle becomes relevant again. But I will need a name for my new blog.  

Here are few things about me that will be blog themes.

~I love biking and want to see more people on them.  Bike Love!

~I love tea, and could spend much time talking about it. So much so, that I hardly have time to drink it...not true.  Tea Connoisseur.

Here's a few names that have popped into my head as potential names for the new site:

Cycle Chai
Chai Cyclist
The Chai Cyclist
Cycle Chai-ist
A Bicycle Built for Tea

I really have gone off on a tangent with a few of these.  Can you help me out by giving me some good suggested titles?

Thanks for your inspiration,



The Jolly Crank said...

I really like the first and last ones you listed. Chaiclist?
Disregarding the little snow storm today, spring is just around the corner...

anna said...

Had exactly the same idea as the above. Cool :-). Maybe written with y instead of the first i.

Rat Trap Press said...

I like "The Chai Cyclist".

Anonymous said...

I was going to say Chaiclyst, but Jolly Crank beat me to it. Of the ones you listed, I like Chai Cyclist.


Lynn said...

I guess it's not really a coincidence that I'm drinking a cup of chai as I read this, since I have a cup of tea every night as I catch up on the bike blogs.
A blog about bikes and tea? Sign me up! Of course we've got meligrosa's Bikes and the City for our bikes and coffee fix. Hm, maybe I can get my husband to start a blog about bikes and Guinness...

Charlotte said...

Lynn, you're really on to something there!

I like Chaiclist too, but it may be obscure for folks who weren't part of the name change.