Any true cyclist or math enthusiast will appreciate an appealing bike riddle. For this reason, we have compiled a list of questions related to bicycles and motorcycles for our readers to enjoy.

Bikes have been a part of many different people's lives throughout the world for hundreds of years and have made a significant impact on the lives of almost everyone. It is because of this that our staff has gathered this excellent set of riddles to commemorate this important invention.

Listed here are questions related to the word "bike" in some capacity. Included in some of the answers will be the word "bike" while there will also be many brainteaser clues that contain the word bike or relate to it in some manner.

Have fun, and enjoy!

Bikes have been a part of many different people's lives throughout the world for hundreds of years and have made a significant impact on the lives of almost everyone. It is because of this that our staff has gathered this excellent set of riddles to commemorate this important invention.

Listed here are questions related to the word "bike" in some capacity. Included in some of the answers will be the word "bike" while there will also be many brainteaser clues that contain the word bike or relate to it in some manner.

Have fun, and enjoy!

## Motorbike Angels Riddle

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## Two Wheels Riddle

I have a toy that

rhymes with hike

It has two wheels

It's a toy both boys and girls like

What is it?

rhymes with hike

It has two wheels

It's a toy both boys and girls like

What is it?

**Body parts remaining: 6**Hint: You sit on it.

## Afternoon Bike Ride Riddle

Hester goes out for an afternoon bicycle ride. She rides for one hour at five miles an hour, then three hours at four miles an hour and finally two hours at seven miles an hour. How many miles did she ride in total?

Hint:

31 miles.

1 hour at 5 mph = 5 miles

3 hours at 4 mph = 12 miles

2 hours at 7 mph = 14 miles

5 + 12 + 14 = 31 miles

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1 hour at 5 mph = 5 miles

3 hours at 4 mph = 12 miles

2 hours at 7 mph = 14 miles

5 + 12 + 14 = 31 miles

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## The Speed Of A Bee

Two bikes are traveling toward each other at a constant speed of 10 mph. When the bikes are 20 miles apart, a bee flies from the front wheel of one of the bikes toward the other bike at a constant speed of 25 mph. As soon as it reaches the front wheel of the other bike, it immediately turns around and flies at 25 mph toward the first bike. It continues this pattern until the two bikes smush the bee between the two front tires.

How far did the bee travel?

How far did the bee travel?

Hint:

25 miles.

The easiest way to think about this is to consider the time. The bikes will take 1 hour to touch, given that they start 20 miles apart and are each traveling toward each other at 10 mph.

Therefore the bee is buzzing back and forth at 25 mph for 1 hour.

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The easiest way to think about this is to consider the time. The bikes will take 1 hour to touch, given that they start 20 miles apart and are each traveling toward each other at 10 mph.

Therefore the bee is buzzing back and forth at 25 mph for 1 hour.

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## Elephant On A Bike Riddle

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## Ghost Proof Bike Riddle

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## Bike With A Bed On Top Riddle

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## Tour De France Riddle

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## A Bicycles Dad Riddle

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## Bank Teller Biking Riddle

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