A light car having two rims one behind others This has a saddle seat and is propelled by the cyclists feet functioning on cranks or levers
- trip a bicycle
- a wheeled automobile which includes two wheels and is relocated by foot pedals
- A light vehicle having two tires one behind the other. It features a saddle chair and it is propelled because of the rider's feet performing on cranks or levers.
1868, coined from bi- "two" + Greek kyklos "circle, wheel" (see period (n.)), in the pattern of tricycle; both term therefore the car superseding earlier velocipede. The English word probably is not from French, though frequently considered (many French resources state the French word is from English). The assumption obviously is because Pierre Lallement, employee of a French carriage works, enhanced Macmillan's 1839 pedal velocipede in 1865 and took the invention to The united states. See in addition pennyfarthing. As a verb, from 1869. That ne plus super of snobbishness -- bicyclism. 
All lightweight and fitted with gears. Low-profile machines are allowed, although not with wind-reducing safety shields. (recreation: Triathlon/Ironman - biking)
(letter.) A light automobile having two rims one behind the other. This has a saddle seat and is propelled by the driver's legs performing on cranks or levers.
After a frenzied honk and finger from a following motorist, Fred pointed out a man alighting from a bicycle and climbing the steps of 137.