Definition of skitch in US English:

skitch

verb

[no object]informal
  • Hold on to the back of a moving motor vehicle so as to be pulled along while riding a skateboard, bicycle, etc.

    ‘we skitched on the back of a passing Pinto’
    ‘I never said skitching was without risks’

Origin

1950s: blend of skate or ski (with reference to being pulled along while sliding on snow or ice) and hitch.

Pronunciation

skitch

/skɪtʃ//skiCH/