bicycle seat

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Noun1.bicycle seat - a seat for the rider of a bicyclebicycle seat - a seat for the rider of a bicycle  
bicycle, bike, cycle, wheel - a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
seat - any support where you can sit (especially the part of a chair or bench etc. on which you sit); "he dusted off the seat before sitting down"
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Spenco, founded in 1967 and acquired by Kimberly-Clark in 1984, uses polymer and gel technologies to produce foot care insoles and supports, cushions for beds and wheelchairs, moist dressings for wound care, breast prostheses, and bicycle seat cushions and gloves.
geographically impossible and you're an idiot), or that your bicycle seat embedded itself in your back passage and you had to go to the hospital and have it removed (actually, that's never happened, but it's definitely something I'd be interested in reading).
Behind his bicycle seat on each side were bulging leather saddle bags that pulsed, full of live frogs.
A MAN suffered a fractured skull after he was hit over the head with a bicycle seat at Formby station.
Our new GoBoy X4 allows four employees to ride together, and our one-seater models are super comfortable with a seat that feels more like a car seat than a bicycle seat.
And back on the bicycle seat, Sat a package wrapped careful and neat, With something that all flies would like.
My wife's driving the boat, I'm sitting on my bicycle seat at the bow, and I said, 'Get after him
A bicycle seat and other debris could be seen in bushes to the side of the road, which has a 30mph speed limit.
Officials at Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville say the rodent chewed through two tires, a bicycle seat, a headlight and a taillight in the span of two days beginning Wednesday.
Seeing Manhattan from a bicycle seat was "enlightening" and, needless to say, she is now a big tipper of bike messengers.
is essentially a metal pole, about the height of a cane, but instead of a handle at the top, there is a padded surface that vaguely resembles a bicycle seat, made for tired travelers to rest their head while sitting.
The youngest jockey to land a Breeders' Cup triumph rides on a saddle the size of a bicycle seat.