Definition of on your bike! in English:

on your bike!

phrase

British
informal
  • Go away (used as an expression of annoyance).

    • ‘I've looked death in the face a few times and said, ‘On your bike’.’
    • ‘But Trinny and Susannah have said 'on yer bike' to her old style and fixed her up with an ultra-feminine look.’
    • ‘At least they've not said "on yer bike son"’
    • ‘When I first met him, he said ‘are you going to teach me to dance’, I said ‘on your bike’.’
    • ‘"On yer bike mate, you can't bring that on board this train!"’
    go away, depart, leave, take off, get out, get out of my sight
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