One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Travel seated behind a motorcyclist.
- ‘She indicated Bradson would ride pillion behind one rider, she behind the other.’
- ‘They had returned home with A-Nong riding pillion on Monchai's motorcycle with Mukda following behind on her own motorbike.’
- ‘The 18-year-old from Toothill was riding pillion on the motorbike when it was in collision with a car on Great Western Way on Friday.’
- ‘The biker's wife, a 40-year-old woman riding pillion, suffered a broken wrist and suspected broken leg’
- ‘The 62 brave women volunteered to ride pillion with members of the Essex Harley Davidson and Honda clubs to raise money for Little Haven Children's Hospice.’
- ‘He was riding pillion on a motorbike which crashed while avoiding police.’
- ‘If you've a partner who refuses to ride pillion, you've the option of adding a sidecar.’
- ‘The inquiry at Westminster Coroner's Court heard how Clayton Skipworth, 22, was riding pillion on a motorcycle on Clapham Common Northside late in the evening of Friday, September 13.’
- ‘The rules to be followed while travelling in buses, autorickshaws, cars and riding pillion on two-wheelers have been listed.’
- ‘He was riding pillion with his boss when the bike collided with a car on the Great Western Way.’
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