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to ride (a horse, a bicycle, a motorcycle): to travel on (a horse, a bicycle, a motorcycle)
I've never ridden a horse in my life. I've never sat on one and traveled on it before.

This is an irregular verb:
I ride / I rode / I have ridden
a ride: a journey, a trip, an excursion, an outing; a free journey in a car; a machine in an amusement park
It's a five-minute bike ride from work to my home. It takes me five minutes traveling on my bike.
Can you give me a ride? Can you take me to work in your car? I don't have any money to pay for a taxi.
to go for a ride (in a car): to take a drive, to travel around (in a car)

Pronunciation examples
UK: Can I offer you a ride home?
US: I've never ridden a motorcycle, but yesterday I rode a horse.

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