mountain bike

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mountain bike

n.
A sturdy bicycle that is designed for use on hills and rough surfaces and is usually equipped with wide, knobby tires and shock absorbers.

mountain biking n.

mountain bike

n
(Automotive Engineering) a type of sturdy bicycle with at least 16 and up to 21 gears, straight handlebars, and heavy-duty tyres

moun′tain bike`


n.
a bicycle designed for off-road use, typically having a smaller and sturdier frame and smaller and wider tires than a standard bicycle.
[1980–85]
moun′tain bik`er, n.
moun′tain bik`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mountain bike - a bicycle with a sturdy frame and fat tiresmountain bike - a bicycle with a sturdy frame and fat tires; originally designed for riding in mountainous country
bicycle, bike, cycle, wheel - a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
Translations
دَرَاجَةُ الْـجِبَالِدرّاجَه جَبَلِيَّه
horské kolo
mountainbike
maastopyörä
VTTvélo de montagnevélo tout terrain
planinski bicikl
hegyikerékpár
マウンテンバイク
산악 자전거
horský bicykel
mountainbike
จักรยานภูเขา
xe đạp địa hình

mountain bike

nmountain bike f inv

mountain

(mauntən) noun
a high hill. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world; (also adjective) a mountain stream.
ˈmountain birch noun
a type of birch tree.
ˈmountain bike noun
a bicycle with wide tyres for riding over rough ground.
ˈmountain plateauplateauˈmountain range noun
a row of mountains.
ˈmountain ridge noun
a long raised surface along the top of a mountain.
ˌmountaiˈneer noun
a person who climbs mountains, especially with skill, or as his occupation.
ˌmountaiˈneering noun
mountain-climbing.
ˈmountainous adjective
full of mountains. The country is very mountainous.
ˈmountain-side noun
the slope of a mountain. The avalanche swept the climbers down the mountain-side.
ˈmountain-top noun
the summit of a mountain.
make a mountain out of a molehill
to exaggerate the importance of a problem. etc.

mountain bike

دَرَاجَةُ الْـجِبَالِ horské kolo mountainbike Mountainbike ποδήλατο βουνού bicicleta de montaña maastopyörä VTT planinski bicikl mountain bike マウンテンバイク 산악 자전거 mountainbike terrengsykkel rower górski bicicleta todo-o-terreno, mountain-bike горный велосипед mountainbike จักรยานภูเขา dağ bisikleti xe đạp địa hình 山地自行车
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The mountain biker told the Observer this week: "My personal perspective is that mountain bikers who used to use the hill on a regular basis were sympathetic to other hill users.
Legendary World Champion mountain biker Steve Peat will officially open the new trails on September 14 along with over 200 mountain bikers, and members of the local community.
Rescuers battled torrential rain and poor visibility to find a lost mountain biker in the Cairngorms.
A MOUNTAIN biker was carried to safety after hitting his head in a fall in the first callout of 2019 for volunteer rescuers.
A HUNTER has shot dead a British mountain biker at a French resort after "mistaking him for a fastmoving animal".
AN injured mountain biker had to be airlifted to safety during a howling gale.
A MOUNTAIN biker from Northumberland has finished fifth in the world in a 24 hour endurance race, Rich Rothwell completed 25 laps of the 13km Witch's Trail and World Championship route around the Forestry Commission Scotland's Leanachan Forest, near Fort Wiliam, in a time of 24 hours 43 minutes and 35 seconds to be in among the prizes at the WEMBO Solo 24 Hour World Championship.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Damon added that he is not a very good mountain biker, and he just hit a pile of rocks, and that he kept going on even though the bike had stopped.
Every competitive mountain biker is keenly aware of the risks in our sport but the best thing is not to think about it.
A MOUNTAIN biker was airlifted to hospital yesterday after being injured on one of the Midlands' most famous trails.
Mountain biker Tim enters the Dragons' Den tomorrow (BBC 2, 8pm) hoping to win over at least one Dragon.