Saying "bicycles.stackexchange.com" takes nine syllables. When I'm talking to my wife, I sometimes stammer out "that bike question site", which is shorter by half but vague and awkward. I don't think I've ever verbalized "bicycles.stackexchange.com" except when talking to someone at a keyboard, where I could insert pauses while I wait for them to catch up.
I'm vaguely aware of some historical drama about domain names in StackExchange (see: Public Service Announcement: ongoing, offsite discussion about Area 51 graduates' branding and https://webapps.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/624/webapps-stackexchange-com-versus-nothingtoinstall-com), and I'm specifically not asking for a non-StackExchange domain name.
I just want a canonical name that I can comfortably say out loud and expect people to be able to reliably find this site as the first hit when they search for it. In comments on the site, people often refer to "bicycles.se", but this can't be typed in a browser search bar because it looks like a URL. I've also seen "Bicycles at Stack Exchange", but this is still long and impossible for a new user to remember.
Is there a reasonable canonical way to verbally refer to bicycles.stackexchange.com?