TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

witches knickers

witches knickers  n.pl.— «Two-thirds of this is plastic carrier bags, which end up in landfill or blowing about in trees and hedges (now known colloquially as “witches knickers”).» —“Degradable witches’...

endo

endo n. 1. a bicycling accident in which the rider is thrown forward over the handlebars. 2. an intentional bicycle stunt which lifts the bike’s rear tire off the ground. Etymological Note: Perhaps from end-over-end. (source: Double-Tongued...

endo

endo  n.— «This is so that when you are dismounting and have both legs on the left side of the bike, and your right hand is on the top tube or seat—you can still brake (hard) with your left hand without endo-ing.» —“Re: Brake...

endo

endo  n.— «If you’re down low in the drops, I think it would be impossible to jump over the bars during an endo.» —“Re: Drop Bars for Mtn Bikes (LONG)” by Keith Erskine Usenet: rec.bicycles July 2, 1990. (source:...

endo

endo  n.— «Going over the bars is known as an “endo” in bike jargon, and is one of cycling’s more hazardous maneuvers.» —“Turning Sharp Corners Can Be a Balancing Act ” by Ray Hosler San Francisco...