Bike Poem Contest!

Bike Haiku Contest!

Write a 3 line poem about biking and win a SR2S prize!

Winners in the following categories will receive a prize:

  • Biking with your parent
  • About your bike
  • What you see in while biking
  • Youngest and oldest people submitting poems
  • Funniest haiku
  • Most creative haiku

The format of Haiku poems:

In English, Haiku is written in three lines with each line having an exact number of syllables. The first line contains five syllables, line two contains seven syllables, and line three contains five syllables.

  • 1st line has 5 syllables   _____ _____ ______ ______ ______
  • 2nd line has 7 syllables   _____ _____ ______ ______ ______ ­­­______ ______
  • 3rd line has 5 syllables   _____ _____ ______ ______ ______

Submit your poems to blowry@uidaho.edu  or post them as a COMMENT below.

Make sure to submit your poem with your name and school so we can contact your school if you win the prize!


Examples of bike Haiku’s

I want to ride my

Bicycle I want to ride

my bike. (thank you queen)

by farrokh bulsara

eight years old, just learned,

moulton mini, single speed,

ten miles, with proud mum

by andy scaife

the answer my friend

is not blowing in the wind –

it’s riding a bike

by jaberwock

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