- to ride a bike: I bike to work.
- get off one's bike, Australian Informal. to lose control of oneself or become angry.
Origin of bike1
Examples from the Web for biked
Contemporary Examples of biked
He stayed up all night, looking at the streets he had biked around as a kid with a whole new sensibility.DJ Spooky Wants You To Question Everything You Know About Music, Technology, and Philosophy
December 27, 2014
Bartali chain-smoked while he biked and drank glass after glass of Chianti the night before a race.This Week’s Hot Reads: June 18, 2012
June 18, 2012
Historical Examples of biked
I felt all cramped and muggy, and as the day was fine, biked over to the aerodrome.Aliens
Then, when I had written a few notes and telegrams, I biked over to my house on the cliff.The Mystery of the Sea
I biked the afternoon trek, and got thoroughly drenched by a downpour in doing so.The Matabele Campaign
R. S. S. Baden-Powell
- slang a promiscuous womanthe town bike
- a wasps' or bees' nest
- to swarm
Word Origin for bike
Word Origin and History for biked
1882, American English, shortened and altered form of bicycle.