all-terrain bike

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all′-ter•rain′ bike`

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Noun1.all-terrain bike - a bicycle with a sturdy frame and fat tiresall-terrain 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
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Tara, who has given up her job at Greggs to be constantly by Taylor's side, says the Boma all-terrain bike will give him a degree of freedom when he's finally able to go out with his pals again.
Once submitted, each design entry was placed in one of seventeen categories, which include: All-Terrain Bike; Traveller Bike; Trekking Bike, BMX-Bike; Dirt Bike, City Bike, Cross; Fitness; Speed Bike, Cruiser; Design Bike, E-Bike; Pedelec, Family Transportation; Kid's Bike, Folding Bike, Downhill Mountain Bike; Enduro; Freerider, Hardtail Mountain Bike, Full-Suspension Mountain Bike, Road Bike, Special-Purpose Bike, Clothing, Electronic Components; and Components, Frames, and Accessories.
And he'll make the two-week ascent on a pounds 3,500 specially- built all-terrain bike which he'll pedal with his hands by kneeling on the saddle.
Ian Charles Jones, 13, of Moira Terrace, Ogmore Vale, died on April 17 when he crashed his all-terrain bike on land behind his home.
Hourly rentals run $3.50 for a 10-speed, $4.50 for an 18-speed all-terrain bike, $7 for a tandem, $10 for a quadri-cycle.
Turner Bicycles refer to it affectionately as an All-Terrain Bike due to its ability to shine in a much more diverse range of conditions than a traditional mountain bike.
The so-called mountain bike or all-terrain bike (MTB) re-invented our image of the pedal cycle.
Mountain bike, all-terrain bike, off-road bike: no matter what you call it, the sturdy, knobby-tired two-wheeler is catching on like wildfire.