On "St. Patty's" day I found a page of--what else?--green bikes.
Here's an image that caught my eye:
Danielle of Studio 1212 created this image. Speaking of creation and craftsmanship, check out this bike from Vendetta Cycles:
This model is called--what else?--the Green Hornet.
Better that, I say, than another green critter:
I can remember when Puma made only athletic shoes. Back in those days, I wore some, including cycling, running, basketball, soccer and wrestling shoes. It was all fine stuff, and they always seemed to fit me well.
Now, this may be heresy for a transwoman to say, but I much preferred Puma that way. Now they've become a fashion brand, or are trying to become one.
What I like even less, though, is the bike on which they company is putting its name. It looks suspiciously like something a shop tried to talk me into buying about fifteen years ago:
I couldn't find a photo of one in green. Maybe they were never made. It seems that every Slingshot I ever saw was in black, even though the one in the photo is red.
All right. To make up for that, I'll show you a whole rack full of green bikes, courtesy of Bikehugger:
Of course, if one really wants to cycle in style on St. Patrick's Day, the bicycle can't be the only thing that's green: