verb (used without object), mo·tor·cy·cled, mo·tor·cy·cling.
Origin of motorcycle
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The motorcyclist has since been discharged from hospital, while the taxi driver is in a 'stable' condition, the Mail reports.Prince Harry's High Speed Crash Drama Prompts Terror Alert|Tom Sykes|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At one point he ended up chatting briefly with a motorcyclist in Alexandria.
So the motorcyclist proceeded to the unmanned checkpoint that the interpreter and I had breached.
Then all in one day, in an hour, really, we capture the motorcyclist and find her son for her.
The girls were returning from a rather hurried excursion to a near-by town when they came face to face with the motorcyclist.
"I suppose you think we ought to send the motorcyclist a vote of thanks," remarked Mollie dryly, recovering herself a little.
"Will, I'd love you all the rest of my life if you'd only find that motorcyclist and have him punished," said Betty fervently.
As we stood there we saw the motorcyclist walking down from the upper end of the street in our direction.The Campfire Girls Go Motoring|Hildegard G. Frey
The horse follows the crooks of a country road, but then the training of the "motorcycle" (horrid name) will inevitably straighten out the crooks in the country road, and afford long ranges of straight tracks. [Payson Burleigh, "The Age of Steel," Oct. 12, 1895]