- n. Plural form of biker.
- n. originally a British youth subculture that evolved out of the teddy boys in the 1960s; wore black leather jackets and jeans and boots; had greased hair and rode motorcycles and listened to rock'n'roll; were largely unskilled manual laborers
“We had a brief encounter with three moutain bikers from the UK.”
“Mountain bikers and hikers should not share the same trails.”
“By the time Indian summer rolls around here at the 45th parallel, avid mountain bikers are looking to tick a few big, definitive rides before the snow flies.”
“We learned that the second car park is for mountain bikers and horseback riders and that the "road" we were on is actually an unusually wide biking, hiking and equestrian trail.”
“For a while, they indulge themselves in the now-desolate consumer's paradise, but a menacing crew of bikers is about to turn their hiding place into the venue for a bloody confrontation with the undead.”
“Mountain bikers claim that they are "nature-lovers" and are "just hikers on wheels".”
“For example, mountain bikers are not really interested in productivity.”
“Hunter harassment is illegal, but hikers, mountain bikers, and even horseback riders (on some trails), etc. get to be out there as well.”
“For this reason a group of mountain bikers got together and created the only known and accessible maps of the wildlife management area.”
“The area is a significant recreational area for mountain bikers and hikers from the Brandon area.”
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