a small, lightweight motorcycle.
a bicycle that is propelled by an attached motor.
verb (used without object), motorbiked, motorbiking.
to go by motorbike; drive or ride a motorbike.
Also called motorbicycle [moh-ter-bahy-si-kuhl, ‐sik-uhl, ‐sahy-kuhl] .

1900–05; motor + bike1

motorbiker, noun Unabridged
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motorbike (ˈməʊtəˌbaɪk)
a less formal name for motorcycle

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Example sentences
They mostly have jobs in the formal economy, which also brings access to credit, and probably own a car or a motorbike.
There are constant catastrophes going on, but the guys on the motorbike are going on with their business.
The attackers moved on foot, and by car and motorbike.
Some suffered polio or other childhood diseases, or were maimed by motorbike wipeouts on dangerous roads.
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