Recent Examples of handlebar from the Web
How will the Uber driver maintain control with me on the handlebars?
Typically, the entropy begins when a helmetless frat boy on a cruiser goes to hit his vape and hooks an oncoming handlebar from an unsuspecting commuter rounding the corner.
The handlebar-mustachioed new strength and conditioning coach overseeing football began practice yelling Wednesday, and that’s been his calling card.
Under the plan, police officers who spot a dockless bike in a public spot — streets, sidewalks, alleys, parks or beaches — will tag the handlebar with a notice to remove the bicycle within two hours.
Murder on the Orient Express An all-star cast keeps this classic whodunit steaming down the train tracks, steered by Kenneth Branagh, who directs and stars as handlebar-mustachioed detective Hercule Poirot.
That caused the bike to stop and Blair was thrown head-first over his handlebars and onto the road.
To see what the world looks like from behind the handlebars, the Journal’s David Pierce takes an Uber Bike for a spin around San Francisco.
Those over 6-foot-2 can discover that raising the seat for their long legs can cause the wrong angle down to the handlebars, which puts their eye line into the front tire.
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Definition of handlebar for English Language Learners
: a straight or bent bar with a handle at each end that is used to steer a bicycle, motorcycle, etc.
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