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push bike

A popular UK term for bicycle.
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Merseyside police said in a statement: "A 54-year-old man on a push bike has been involved in a fail-to-stop road traffic collision with a silver Vauxhall Vectra.
Bicycles in different sizes are available for rent, from toddy push bikes for children as young as two years old to mountain bikes for the more experienced.
I don't suppose many modern footballers travel around the area by push bike.
Melbourne, May 11 ( ANI ): The world's most expensive and eco-friendly push bike has been made public and is on display at the Lentos Museum of Art in Linz, Austria.
After he left the shop on Hoey's Lane in the town on the April 11 last year the assistant looked out and saw him and another man heading away on a push bike, Dundalk circuit court was told.
Anthony Mark Lee, 22, was found by a member of the public in a walk-in container on the Phoenix Industrial Estate in the Heath area of Cardiff on the morning of February 24, a day after he left his home on a push bike, which has not been traced.
The court heard that one of the friends Jack Nicholas, who was 16 at the time of the incident, suffered "catastrophic" injuries after he lost control of his push bike and fell onto the road, hitting his head.
She may be riding a blue "Giant" push bike and Northumbria Police have issued an appeal to help find the missing woman.
The man made his getaway on a push bike in the direction of the M56, after receiving a small quantity of cash and cigarettes.
While waiting outside for my partner a couple of thugs on a push bike ran into me with the intention of stealing my shopping bag.
I would also like to speak to a teenager on a push bike who was seen in the area.