'Girl' bikes, on the other hand, have names that don't suggest any action and/or are just weird:
While 'Whomp' makes one think of kids taking their bikes off sweet jumps, 'Slumber Party' seems very un-bike like. 'Heart Breaker'? I hope that the 6 year old who rode this bike wasn't breaking any hearts. Kids hear all the time that boys are valued for being tough/adventurous and girls are valued for being the opposite of that. Could providing kids more gender neutral bike options improve the world? Probably not. But it would be a good chance to teach kids that not everything needs to be gender segergated. Sometimes you can just be a bike-riding human being...
The bikes I've pictured here are all in rough shape, so they've been sent to pasture (metal recycling). Which is too bad, because I would've loved to have seen some kiddo take the 'Slumber Party' off some sweet jumps.