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When you lift weights at a gym, everyone around you can clearly see what you're lifting. Although anyone can see a runner on the street, there's no way to know if they're on their first mile or their fifth. Relevant recent article 'Ok, you're a runner, get over it': All you need to do is Google 'response to Stafko runners rant' or something similar to get a good idea of why people who run advertise it. The long distance runners are often looking for a running partner. So it looks like us cyclists are in the same boat as runners.They want someone to go on their 10 mile runs to keep them company. I'm on one forum where we post our daily mileage either from running or cycling. It has occurred to me that someone out there might be annoyed by these posts, but after brief but careful consideration I decided I didn't care.You always see those stickers that say 26.2 or 13.1, but you never see bumper stickers that say "I bench 450" or "I squat the whole rack." So what I want to know is what is it about runners that make them more prone to share specifics? And if I were to market "I bench 450" or "I held downward facing dog for an hour" do you think they would sell?Perhaps because competitive running is a less visible activity, as well as a solo sport? But unless you have a running partner, you typically run alone. I see people with stickers proclaiming the distance they cycled, the country they're from, what/who their family is comprised of (I hate those stick family stickers! I have Facebook friends who post about their Crossfit workout, their promotion, and what their kid accomplished that day. I think you're just noticing one thing in particular and are starting to get a bit of confirmation bias.

I have one oval sticker, it's not a distance but signifies the trail running group I run with a lot. It's grating to me personally for a lot of reasons. So it looks like us cyclists are in the same boat as runners.It could be that they are so visible with their sport because they are trying to connect with other runners. I have some Facebook friends who run, none of whom post training runs.So by saying something like "Went on a 12 mile run at sunrise", they are hoping that one of their runner friends will respond saying they also need to do a 12 mile run. I have a few friends who cycle; most of them post about their rides.Let’s explore the sticky history of the bumper sticker. This theory asserts that the more effective a bumper is at protecting against minor dings and collisions, the less aesthetically appealing it becomes. They took off as a trendy way to display tourist attractions drivers had visited.Our Thank Democrats bumper stickers are part of a positive messaging campaign that started right here in Strafford County, New Hampshire (where some of us call them bumpah stickahs), and we hope to spread the message all across the country!