verb (used without object), biked, bik·ing.
- bike path,
- bike shorts,
- biker jacket,
Origin of bike1
Examples from the Web for biking
Here is where the biking becomes the most beautiful — and increasingly challenging.
He says biking long distances is “like coming to peace in your mind and your body.”
Biking and marathoning on park trails are to predators the equivalent of running.
Races, including running (road and off-road), biking, swimming, and a combination of all three, are a great way to get moving.
A viewer can almost feel the thrill of biking on a glorious day become supercharged with the rush of riding in numbers.How New York City’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Terrorized a Young Family|Michael Daly|October 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
July, 1911, was a hot month and a dusty, and we were biking fifty miles the day.Shandygaff|Christopher Morley
It's the ring of Saturn, and, as the saying goes, for biking Saturn is quite the cheese.Bikey the Skicycle and Other Tales of Jimmieboy|John Kendrick Bangs
Give me your biking cap, unless you want to use it in the play.The Bicyclers and Three Other Farces|John Kendrick Bangs
As a matter of fact, the thought that you would come to the rescue never occurred to me till I was biking back from town.The Hill|Horace Annesley Vachell
There was a bright color on her face, but then she had been "biking," and it was warm.Friendship and Folly|Maria Louise Pool
Word Origin for bike
1882, American English, shortened and altered form of bicycle.