get off (one's) bike

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get off (one's) bike

To become angry or irritated. Primarily heard in Australia, Ireland. Don't get off your bike—I wasn't trying to insult you.
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get off your bike

AUSTRALIAN, INFORMAL
If someone gets off their bike, they become so angry or upset that they cannot control themselves. It was just an accident — there's no need to get off your bike!
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get off your bike

become annoyed.Australian & New Zealand informal
1939 Xavier Herbert Capricornia ‘I tell you I saw no-one.’ ‘Don't get off your bike, son.—I know you're tellin' lies.’
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In many of the incidents, teens riding mopeds, scooters or bikes will trawl the streets looking for bikers to target before following them, said Det Chief Insp Knox Sometimes they will wait for victims to get off their bikes then use tools to rip off steering locks.