The Wicked Ride

One advertisement for a motorbike (two-wheeler) has a tagline: The Wicked Ride. It is not an adventurous ride or comfortable ride or fast ride. Wickedness is considered valuable in this world. How can this be understood?
Wicked rider: The company is going to sell the vehicle to only wicked people who will be involved in crimes. Or the company encourages and affirms wicked people? By approving, exalting, and magnifying naughtiness or wickedness, the company condemns itself. (Romans 14:22) It could also mean that the company will produce wicked riders. The feet of the wicked run to do evil are extended the wheels of a vehicle driven by a wicked for evil. (Isaiah 59:7)
Intention of the rider: The tagline also brings to focus the intention of the rider. A vehicle is generally used for transport. A person could reach the work spot or for other purposes, quickly. The intention is to do their profession or tasks effectively. However, this advertisement gives the impression the intention of every ride is evil or wickedness.
Lifestyle: Young people are being misled into a lifestyle of wickedness. The minds of young people are corrupted by such unwarranted advertisements. Wickedness becomes a new normal. In fact, wickedness is celebrated.
Goodness and Greatness: Always goodness and greatness go together. However, the world with lop-sided values, wrongly co-relates wickedness to greatness. Paul exhorts to shun or run away from any form or appearance of evil. (I Thessalonians 5:22) The wise fear God and shun evil. (Proverbs 14:16)
Hold fast to good: Paul writes to hold fast to good. (I Thessalonians 5:21) In the Fallen world, a motorbike could induce a person to do evil, but the Scripture makes a person complete and equips a believer to do good. (I Timothy 3: 17)
Approved by God: God testified that Job was blameless, upright, feared God, and shunned evil. (Job 1:8) Job states that fear of God inspired him to shun evil, which is wisdom or understanding. (Job 28:28)
Do I hold on to good and shun evil?