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- v. Present participle of motorcycle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The process of riding a motocycle.
- n. travel on a motorcycle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. riding a motorcycle
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I specialised in motorcycling, motor sport and shipping.
Windsor enjoyed snowboarding, all-terrain motorcycling and video games, especially Halo and Magic, the Gathering.
The report also stated that visitors to foreign countries should also avoid activities in foreign countries that may necessitate a transfusion if an accident occurred such as motorcycling and riding motor scooters.
Google TV Ads also lets brand managers identify which programs attract specific desired demographics, with a list of about 60 interests (such as motorcycling or children).
No matter what kind of motorcycling you enjoy, if you ride, you owe it to yourself to take advantage of this school located in our own back yard.
"There's millions of people that have the idea of motorcycling but haven't activated that passion yet.
And for those of you ignorant to the world of motorcycling, that is NOT supposed to protect you in an accident (The LAST thing you want to do is be around a bike when it wrecks.
His official NASA biography listed a diverse number of hobbies -- oil painting, woodworking, motorcycling, and racquetball, to name a few.
Vietnam Veterans of America, said that the observance had to be held five days before the actual National POW/MIA Recognition Day because a motorcycling event next weekend would have hurt the turnout.
A savvy entrepreneur who lived large, Malcolm Forbes 'passions extended to motorcycling, ballooning, sailing and collecting – most famously Faberge eggs.