ride by

ride by someone or something

to pass by someone or something, riding. (As on a horse or bicycle, or as a passenger in a car.) She rode by me without saying anything. I rode by the store and forget to stop and go in.
See also: ride
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THE BOTTOM LINE: Parents to teens: ``You go on that upside-down, stomach-lurching ride by yourself.
Risky consumer behaviors included intentionally rocking ride cars, standing up, defeating safety restraints, sitting improperly (sideways or with feet above lap bar), holding a child above the safety restraint and, in one instance, a disembarking passenger intentionally restarting the ride by pressing the start button as other passengers were disembarking.