recumbent bicycle

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recumbent bicycle

n.
A bicycle having a low seat with a back and having pedals in front of the rider so that the rider leans back while riding.

recumbent bicycle

n
(Automotive Engineering) a type of bicycle that is ridden in a reclining position
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ENPNewswire-August 5, 2019--Students from TU Delft and VU Amsterdam present recumbent bike they hope will go faster than 121.8 km/h
Exercise activities include brisk walking, jogging, swimming, using an elliptical machine or recumbent bike, playing tennis or basketball, working with free weights or weight machines, zumba classes, yoga, tai chi, and many more--try anything that sounds interesting to you.
Daniel Lee (Coast Guard) cycling (men's recumbent bike IRECB1 criterium, 34:50; men's recumbent bike IRECB1 time trial, 3:33.32)
Longer-term challenges include the CarTen in a recumbent bike and the New York Marathon," he said.
I bought a three-wheel recumbent bike, and the only way to store it and move it around was in a van.
The modern gym equipment includes a Treadmill, Cross-trainer, Rower machine, Upright bike, Roman chair and a Recumbent bike.
" Streetbikes is now fundraising to acquire adapted bikes - includingquad bike and a recumbent bike - which may be suitable for severely disabled people.
Harry began his visit to the Games in Toronto by taking part in a ceremony honouring women athletes who had battled in the recumbent bike time trial event.
"I ride a recumbent bike for half an hour every day."
Karlson says a recumbent bike is typically not a choice for first-time cyclists as they take some time to learn how to balance.
Jasmine Palmer, Rhiannon Sturgess-Jacob, Jasmine Peters and Jessie Leigh Craig, all aged 14, won the single person vehicle category with their design for a combination of recumbent bike and small car.