Did you perchance mean bikes?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bike.
“President Bush recalls that he mountain biked with the Chinese mountain biking team, the Olympic team.”
“On Easter Sunday we bused to Newala and spent a whirlwind 5 days there - we explored my town, checked out my projects, went running with the Kilimanjaro Kids, and mountain biked our way through the bush to find a few worthy recipients of the many gifts that Katie and Brad bought.”
“I really need to be given some sort of medal), I got on the stationary bike, which, for whatever reason was super comfy on my feet and I "biked" about 13 miles and felt frigging fantastic afterward.”
“Williams must have seen something of himself in Lewis, who was such a handball enthusiast that he had skipped school that day and biked to Coney Island for the matches.”
“By city bus (six pesos) I'm 30-40 minutes from Merida Centro; my nephew, visting from NYC, just biked out here from Centro Merida yesterday -- it took about an hour (FYI -- Merida is not really a biker-friendly city, but many people do bike -- just don't expect anybody to watch out for you, or bike lanes or other amenities).”
“That October, I biked through the dark streets of Urbana, pedaling beneath the leaf-filtered gleam of the street lights with our melancholy soundtrack in my ears.”
“I biked over to Peaches, a record store owned by Moonies, and bought a copy of An American Prayer, the Jim Morrison spoken-word album released in 1978 with other Doors adding posthumous musical flourishes.”
“After school, we played hop-scotch and double-dutch jump rope, and roller-skated and biked for hours.”
“While others biked in the early morning cold downtown, I could smugly sip my coffee and watch raindrops hitting the window.”
“In 2009, he biked more than 5,000 km, from Whitehorse, Yukon, to Ottawa, Ontario, as part of Pedal for the Planet.”
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