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After seeing this question, I realized we've had a few questions about fitting and finding bikes for women. Have created a womens-bikes tag.

Before we start applying this to older questions, can anyone think of a better tag name, or are we good with this one?

I'd personally prefer something that doesn't imply that women's bikes are the exception to the rule. And "women-specific-design", as has been pointed out, is a term for Trek bikes.


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Based on comments below, I've retagged the three questions previously tagged as womens-bikes to women-specific. Please, everybody feel free to retag other questions as appropriate. That would include bikes, clothing, and other issues. Have linked to this page from the tag wiki.

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why do you need the -bikes part on a site called bicycles.stackexchange.com?

Perhaps would be more appropriate?

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    [womens-bikes] as opposed to womens' saddles and womens' clothing. But I take your point, the tag sounds a bit meta-ish as it is; how about just [women-specific], borrowing a page from Trek? (Whether it's a bike or a pair of shorts or whatever can be covered by other tags.) – Neil Fein Jun 22 '11 at 3:54
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    @neil I still like [womens] since it would certainly be [saddles] [womens] and [clothing] [womens]. The bicycle part is implied by the fact of the URL in the address bar... – Jeff Atwood Jun 22 '11 at 4:27
  • I think I prefer womens-specific over womens, since to my ear it implies something closer to the right thing. Most cycling stuff is unisex, with a few things that are specifically designed for men or women. – freiheit Jun 22 '11 at 17:03
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    Okay, have retagged those three questions to women-specific. – Neil Fein Jun 28 '11 at 16:35

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