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There’s only one thing cooler than giving your bike a name. It’s giving your bike a name…that has a cool meaning attached.
You’ll seem all mysterious…enigmatic…poetic…a visionary on your beautifully named two-wheeled steed.
So, with this goal in mind, I have put together the greatest-ever list of bike names with meanings! I’ve split things into five distinct sections:
- Bike names that have meanings to do with speed (because we love speedy bikes, right?)
- Beautiful female bike names with meanings
- Badass male bike names with meanings
- Mysterious bike names with meanings
- God and goddess bike names with meanings
- Sporting bike names with meanings
Bike Names That Have Meanings To Do With Speed
This is a beautiful French name. It means ‘swift’.
This Celtic Irish name means ‘speedy’.
Sounds like some kind of heart-throb in a Mills and Boom Romance, this name means ‘young man who is swift.’
This does sound a bit dodgy as names go, I have to admit. But don’t let that stop you.
This name is Arabic, and means ‘flying eagle’.
A Hindu name, this one means ‘someone who takes fast decisions.’
This Japanese name means ‘flying cloud’, a great name for a quick bike on a rainy day.
This name is Native American and means ‘eagle that is singing and flying.’
Beautiful Female Bike Names With Meanings
I would have guessed this had something to do with eyeballs, but I’d be wrong. This beautiful name means ‘Rainbow’.
This name would be great for a bike that has come back from a really hairy crash. It means ‘resurrection’.
This gorgeous name means ‘bright shining one.’
This name means ‘star’, and is derived from the word stellar.
As you might be able to guess if you really think about it, the name Angela means ‘angelic.’
Ideal for all those green bicycles out there, this means ’emerald’.
A gorgeous name that means ‘graceful’.
This name encapsulates what I feel on any long bike ride – ‘peace’ (as long as you don’t get a puncture).
Another name that sums up cycling perfectly – it means ‘life’.
This fiesty name means ‘lioness’.
Another beautiful name that means ‘olive, the symbol of peace.’
Male Bike Names With Meanings
This masculine name means ‘ancient’ – so great for any old rickety, rust-trap of a bike.
This name literally means ‘muddy place.’ So great for any mountain bike or fat bike that is used to rip up the local swamp.
This name means ‘blessing from God’.
This beautiful Scottish name means ‘headland or cape.’ Another great name for bikes that are going to be ridden in the great outdoors.
This name means ‘dark eyes.’
This is the name of the astrological star sign, and means ‘lion.’ Great for powerful bikes ready to really attack any track that crosses its path.
A nice simple meaning for this one. Asher means ‘happy’.
I think this name would be perfect for a big, chunky fat bike. It means ‘all heart’.
This name simply means ‘soldier’.
A regal name that means ‘Royal staff.’
This name means ‘ambitious.’
Not surprisingly, this means ‘bowman.’ (Archery, get it?).
This name has a bit of a weird dual meaning, in that it means ‘fortunate and mad’. I’m not quite sure how you can be both?
This positive, cheery name means ‘sun’.
This name encapsulates exactly what I feel on a bike – a ‘free man’.
Quite simply ‘the leader’.
This name means ‘young noble warrior’. If that sounds like you, then this is the bike name of your dreams, my friend.
This riotous name means ‘bold’ and ‘riot’ – a great one for all you young hell-raising types (although I’d never have guessed that!)
This name means quite simply ‘black’, so a great name for a black bike.
Mystery Bike Names
If mystery is your thing, then this is the section for you. All these names are shrouded in the deepest sense of illusion and enigma.
Not just a pop band from yesteryear, Mystique means ‘air of mystery.’
This name is of Hebrew origin and means ‘my secret’.
What name could be more mysterious than just plain ‘Mystery’? This is of English origin, and means ‘unexplained’.
This is of Greek and Sanskrit origin, and means ‘illusion’.
This is from Germanic or Old Norse and means ‘secret law.’
Names After Goddesses
This name is Welsh and means ‘beautiful raven’. She was the daughter of the Welsh sea god.
She was the Greek goddess of love and beauty. Her name literally means ‘risen from the sea.’
She was a nymph in Greek mythology, and this name means ‘she who hides’.
She was the Greek goddess of wisdom and war (a pretty strange combo you’d think).
This Greek name means ‘agreement’. Harmonia was the Greek goddess of order.
Circe was a Greek sorceress, and her name means ‘bird’.
This name is of Italian origin, and means ‘air’. Aria was a nymph in Greek mythology.
This beautiful name means ‘dawn’. Aurora was the Greek Goddess of Dawn. (Great for all you morning cyclists).
She was the Roman Goddess of flowers and spring, and this name simply means ‘flower.’
This is one of the best-known Greek legends, about the nymph Echo who loses her voice and can only copy the endings of what anyone else has said. The name means ‘reflected sound.’
This name means ‘divine’. Diana was the Roman Goddess of Hunting and the Moon.
She was a sorceress in Norse mythology. Her name means ‘to grow.’
Bike Names After Gods
Hector was a Trojan hero in Greek mythology. His Greek name means ‘steadfast’.
Odin was the Norse God of Culture, Wisdom, and Death (so three for the price of one). His name means ‘inspiration and rage.’
A well-known figure in Greek mythology, Achilles was a great hero with great strength but only one weakness. His name means ‘pain’. Maybe ideal for a bike with just one slight fault (maybe a squeaky wheel kind of thing?)
This was an old Norse god of good eyesight, definitely something that is required in the cycling world! His name means ‘white god.’
This is the Welsh name of the legendary King of England (King Arthur). His name means ‘bear.’
Finn was an ancient Irish hero whose name means ‘fair and white.’
A Griffin is a kind of Welsh dragon, and this name means ‘strong faith’, something you need when cycling down the occasional steep climb.
Adonis was a kind of sex-symbol of ancient Greece, and his name means ‘handsome.’
Jason was a Greek hero, and his name means ‘healer.’
He was a Greek hero that fought Medusa on his quest to Hades. His name means ‘to destroy’ – quite a brutal moniker for any bike to be honest (but that might be what you’re into).
Bran was the son of the Welsh sea god, and his name means ‘raven.’
This was a Celtic god of the underworld (so a pretty bad lad all things being told). His name means ‘fire’.
He was the Greek God of the sun, archery and poetry (another weird threesome). His name means ‘to drive away evil’.
Aeneas was a Trojan hero, and his name means ‘praised one.’
This Greek God was famous for his extreme strength. The meaning is either ‘strength’ (which makes sense), or ‘glory of Hera’, which is probably a bit weirder.
(Greek Origin) meaning “boundary marker”, messenger of the ancient Greek gods.
I like the idea of being a messenger on a bike. In fact, this whole website acts (in my humble opinion) a bit like a messenger.
Let me just throw in a great video I found while researching this bike naming topic, before we go onto a few more names.
Why do people name their bikes? This is perhaps the reason…
The all-time fastest human ever. His name means ‘beautiful, good.’
A pretty epic golfer! This name is of Irish heritage and means ‘Red God.’
Another fantastic golfer, and a name that means ‘powerful cat’ (probably not surprisingly).
A spectacular tennis player, and, strangely enough, the name ‘Novak’ means ‘novice’.
If boxing is your thing, then here is the name of the true GOAT. This name means ‘sublime’ and ‘rise and ascend.’
If soccer is your thing, then the name Beckham means ‘homestead by the water.’