Tactic of jumping while moving to avoid getting hit
to lift both wheels off the ground by crouching down and then exploding upward, pulling the bike with you. Useful for clearing obstacles such as logs without stopping.
a hop that you incorporate into your riding technique so you can clear obstacles such as logs without stopping.
a more advanced trick
a trick that involves
Hopping one's bike over an obstacle. The technique includes running up on an object, like a log or washed out section, then compressing the bike down and then springing up just before the object to "hop" the bike over the object. Is a kind of jump, with out a ramp, is used to avoid holes, rocks,etc.
a way to ride over obstacles such as rocks or logs in which both wheels leave the ground.
An acrobatic maneuver in which the rider "hops" the bike over obstacles such as water bars, logs or streams.
to lift both wheels off the ground by crouching down and then exploding upward, pulling the bike with you. Useful for clearing obstructions, such as curbs, potholes, logs. Differs from its older BMX & trials meaning -- see jump.
Another term for Ollie. Bunny Hop comes from world of BMX biking, while Ollie is a term from skateboarding.
Lifting both wheels of the bike off the ground to clear an obstacle while riding.
The Bunny Hop is a novelty dance that was created at Balboa High School of San Francisco in 1952. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,817795,00.html It is a social dance mixer, sometimes also referred to as a "party" or "dance party" dance.
In cycling, particularly BMX and mountain biking, the bunny hop is a bike trick where the rider lifts the bike over an obstacle while remaining on the bike and in motion. The world record stands at around 4ft or 1.2 meters.