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On your bike!

 and Go to your room!
Sl. imperative. Get out of here!; Get on your bike and get out! What a bad joke! No puns allowed here! On your bike! That was a ridiculous remark. Go to your room!
See also: on

get on your bike

to go out to look for work There are plenty of jobs in the area - he just needs to get on his bike.
See also: bike, get, on

On yer bike!

  (British & Australian very informal)
an impolite way of telling someone to go away 'Can you lend me some money?' 'On yer bike, mate!'
See also: on


n. a motorcycle; a bicycle. You have to wear a helmet with a bike that size, don’t you?

bike boys

n. cops; the police. Look out! Here come the bike boys.
See also: bike, boy

On your bike!

and Go to your room!
imperative Get out of here!; Go away and stop bothing me. (Neither is to be taken literally.) What a bad joke! No puns allowed here! On your bike! Nasty mouth! Such talk! Go to your room!
See also: on
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It can be very disconcerting for a finely conditioned triathlete to experience a shortness of breath when swimming, yet can breathe effortlessly when running or biking.
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The race is one of the most prestigious and extreme competitions on the world's mountain biking calendar and is expected to draw over 300 world-class riders and 10,000 spectators to the resort town, 22 miles outside of Taos, New Mexico.
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To be sure, snow biking was not born out of competition, but rather practicality.
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SGMA's Outdoor Recreation in America study, released in late September 2001, showed increased interest in outdoor "extreme" sports like mountain biking and snowboarding.
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Shocked to see in today's news that President Bush would ride a scooter without a helmet, Bell(R) Sports is sending the President and his family helmets they can use for biking, skating, blading and riding scooters.
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