The hashtag #BicycleHorn is a popular internet meme that depicts a motorcycle horn with a picture of a bicycle rider, typically an elderly white man.
The word “horns” is used as an abbreviation for “homesick” or “bored.”
The image shows a man riding a bicycle through a parking lot in California, as a large crowd is gathered around him.
The hashtag was created in March 2016 and has since become a popular topic of conversation.
The hashtag has been used for almost a decade on social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram.
A user has since been dubbed the “Cycle Horns” or the “Hornsman,” and his image is featured prominently on some of the most popular memes on social-media platforms.
But on Tuesday, a tweet from a person claiming to be the man’s grandson, who is now a cyclist, started trending on Twitter.
The grandson said that the picture in question was a picture he took while riding in the Sacramento area in the late 1990s.
He also said that he has a white motorcycle with a yellow bicycle logo on it.
The man, who did not provide his name, said he was a “cycling junkie” and that he rode the bike regularly.
He said that a “bicycle horn” is a symbol of love, a way to express affection for someone.
But a search of Google Images turned up no images of him riding a bike, according to the hashtag’s creator, who has since deleted the tweet.
The man, identified only as a grandfather by Google, has since told CNN that he’s had a lot of people telling him that he looks like a “Bike Horn.”
But that wasn’t the only thing that he said was wrong.
In the same tweet, he said that in the early 2000s, he rode a bike with a white logo, “and I loved the feeling of riding it.”
He said he later became a “cyclist and a bicycle junkie.”
The hashtag is still active on Twitter and has received hundreds of comments.
The most popular comments on the original tweet read, “This is a very interesting look into how people view a person’s bike.”
Some have pointed out that the image is from the 1990s, when the term “hobby bike” was still popular.
But it’s not clear if that was the reason for the image’s popularity in 2016.
And some say the term has been around for years.
The trend started on social networking site Instagram in 2016 and quickly gained momentum.
It’s since gained traction on the social-networking site Twitter, where a user dubbed the man “the Cyclic Hornsman.”
That person was also featured on a YouTube video that included the man riding around on a motorcycle.
Some of the comments on that video included: “It’s so funny, because the idea that you can be an old white man riding his bike and the idea of being a motorcycle rider is so old,” “You should be a bike rider, not an old man,” and “You look like a bike horn man.”
But in some instances, the comments have included accusations that the man looks like the “bike horn man” or a “bike horn enthusiast.”
A Twitter user also said the man was “a very attractive white man.”
And in the original post, the man said, “I’m glad I was born in the ’90s, because I would have never had the opportunity to see what it’s like to ride a bike.”
The “Cyclic Horn” is not the first celebrity to use the hashtag to promote himself.
In March 2016, actor Chris Pratt, a regular user of Twitter, also used the hashtag on his account to promote a new movie.
In an Instagram post on March 23, he wrote:I’m @ChrisPratt on Instagram and this is what I’m doing today: I’m the Cyclic Houndsman.
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