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push bike

A popular UK term for bicycle.
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The tyres are thick, like a mountain bike, and while it's heavier to lift than my push bike, it doesn't feel heavier to ride.
I would also like to speak to a teenager on a push bike who was seen in the area.
The first impression is of a classic old sit-up-and-beg push bike, much favoured by vicars and spinsters of the parish.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "On arrival, crews found a teenage boy believed to be 17, who had reportedly fallen from a push bike.
A post mortem showed Lee sustained injuries consistent with falling off his push bike.
They paid bus fares to and from work, they used a push bike or used their feet, so stop moaning about the pensioner getting something now.
But failing health has forced the father to use this battery-operated bicycle instead of his more usual 27-speed push bike for his latest adventure.
Police are now appealing for a man spotted wearing dark clothing on a push bike near the scene around the time to come forward.
A 40-year-old woman walking her dog in the area was approached by a man with a push bike who then exposed himself.
Standing behind the woman, hRe reached over and grabbed the money and card, before fleeing the scene on a push bike.
He died a day after coming off his push bike near his home in Llanrwst last week.
But he's not always needed four wheels, his Asbo was given after he rode up to pubs on his push bike and he also has a conviction for not wearing a helmet.