So I had a little idea last night. I played a couple of car spotting games as a kid. One involved spotting orange cars and the other was the infamous Punch Buggy. These cars now stand out to me like a set of testicles on a bull dog. I see a VW beetle a mile away out of fear of getting punched by my brothers and wanting to punch them first. So why don't we engineer a bike spotting game. Get our kids playing, hopefully they start playing it with other kids and it spreads around the country. A simple, effective way to get kids, and possibly their parents actively looking for bikes. It may not work instantly but we can indoctrinate the next generation to look out for motor bikes. So I had two ideas for games, a non-violent one and a violent one. The non- violent one will be easier to introduce to kids as nobody wants to teach their kids to hit each other, but the violent one may spread a lot faster, because it is more fun. I have no idea how punch buggy started, but I really doubt it was the idea of a parent. Malcom in the Middle managed to introduce the circle game to the world and get kids hitting each other so to get the violent game up and running we would probably need something like that. GAME A "SCOOSPOOCROO" (non-violent) A simple game, if you see a scooter you yell "SCOO", and get a point. If you see a sports bike you yell "SPOO" and get a point. If you see a cruiser you yell "CROO" and get a point. If you yell the wrong thing at the wrong time you lose a point. For the benefit of the driver you can add a police bike is worth 10 points and you yell "POO" or "FUZZ". The game will evolve if it catches on. Kids might yell "DUCK" for a Ducati or a number of other high scoring options. But let the kids complicate the game, they will add a million 'house' rules by themselves. edit: For younger kids just pick one of the above to yell and teach them the rest of the rules when they get a bit older. GAME B (Violent) If you see a scooter you yell "SCOOBY SLAP" and slap another kid. Krabi also suggested that as VW own Ducati you could have "PUNCH DUCK". Rules are the same as punch buggy. Any thoughts? Could this achieve anything? I don't have kids and this is the only forum I'm a member of. So I'm the worst person to get this started. But otherwise, share this with as many motorcycling parents as you can and start playing with your kids.