ride by

ride by

To pass by (someone or something) while riding a vehicle or vehicle. I saw Tommy riding by on his brand-new bike this morning. We were taking our horses along a mountain trail when we rode by an abandoned campsite. I looked up and saw Mary riding by on a bus heading to the airport.
See also: by, ride

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: by, ride
References in periodicals archive ?
Less public awareness, unplanned park and ride development, non-availability at some station, lack of safety and surveillance system and absence of integrated fare packages were significant factors of underutilization of park and ride by the commuter.
HISTORY & HERITAGE Add an extra dimension to your ride by exploring the places that have shaped your area's history.
Sultan on Charlandre El Sharif broke his own world record for a 160km ride by more than seven minutes when he had clocked 6 hours 21 minutes and 12 seconds.
9.Nobody will ever tell you that you can go blind if you ride by yourself.
The children smile and wave to their parents as they ride by. The children are part of the New York Therapeutic Riding Center's Equestria[TM] program, a year-round therapeutic horseback riding class.