from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of rideable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Suitable for riding
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being ridden, as a saddle-horse.
- Passable on horseback; capable of being ridden through or over: as, a ridable stream or bridge.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It was raining part of the way down, but a quick call to Mike Dancel assured us it was still "ridable".
The course was "ridable" until about seven in the morning.
Asked if boards made from random materials, as opposed to easier-to-manipulate materials like wood and foam blanks, will actually be ridable, Cunningham responds, They'll be fully functional.
Free-ridable: Relative anonymity within larger group
New for 2010 are a number of weaving, off-camber sections, three new straightaways and a ridable flyover.
I remember the good old days when you could by a barely ridable crappy bike for under $100.
This looks like fun, much more ridable that the superbikes.
A huge, evil-tempered sorrel stallion, he was ridable by no one, and only Old Alec and Jamie dared go near him.
And then last night, after reading this blog post I dreamed of pedes...not the ridable-sized ones but the size of that one in the palm of your hand.
While I'm well aware that some folks ride SS just to be cool, there are some of us that just like simple bikes and have no problem riding them on any trail that's ridable for normal geared riders!