MB Slang and what they mean for newbies

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by Samdallas214, Dec 9, 2012.

  1. Samdallas214

    Samdallas214 Member

    I have has so many people ask what this and that means
    so I thought we could post MB slang so the newbies will know what they mean.
    Please Help post any you know .


    I'll start with what MB stands for

    MB = Motorized Bicycle
     

  2. motorpsycho

    motorpsycho Active Member

    w.o.t.= wide open throttle
    rich = too much fuel in the air-fuel ratio
    lean = too much air in the air-fuel ratio
    t.d.c. = top dead center, when the piston is at the very top of it's stroke
    b.d.c. = bottom dead center, when the piston is at the very bottom of it's stroke
    Flower nut = the nut in the center of the pressure plate on the clutch. it;s used to adjust and to remove the pressure plate
    h.t. = Happy time, the most common, generic name for a china 2 stroke
     
  3. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    Anchor n. your child, or children (anchors) that keep you from riding.

    Auger v. to involuntarily take drill samples of the local geology (usually with your face) during a crash.

    Bacon n. any scabs on a rider's knees, elbows, or other body parts. Some wear them like badges of honor, those people usually will be found near the bottom of the food chain.

    Brain bucket n. helmet.

    Clotheslined v. the act of catching an upper body part (e.g. the neck) on a low branch or vine resulting in separation of the rider from the bike.

    Drillium n. Any part with lots of holes drilled in it to make it lighter.

    Hammer Head n. a rider who doesn’t know the meaning of "enjoyable pace". They usually ride hard and fast all the time.

    Nosepickium n. The crusties you pick from your nose after a ride in a dusty environment. Or simply known as "Dirt Bugers"

    Pruning v. To use one's bike or helmet to remove leaves and branches from the surrounding flora. Usually unintentional.

    Superman n. A rider who flies over the handlebars and doesn't hit the ground for a long time. This may result in injury, but when it doesn't, it's really funny for everyone else.

    Tea party n. When a whole group of riders stops and chats, and nobody seems to want to ride on.

    Vultures n. Spectators who line up at dangerous obstacles in hopes of seeing crashes and blood. Easy to spot, they usually have camera, or video recorder handy.

    Wild pigs n. Poorly adjusted brake pads that squeal in use.

    Yard sale n. A horrendous crash that leaves all your various "wares" -- water bottles, pump, tool bag, etc. -- scattered as if on display for sale.
     
  4. BigBlue

    BigBlue Active Member

    Thingy - part of the Male anatomy. Contrary to what NOOBs think, it has no place in the MB world, unless you are riding your MB and meet someone hot then it is all relevant to MBs.

    Whopper Stopper - Product by Grubee, Inc. and sold by BlowbyU. Also what happens when your date isn't the sex that you think they are. Viagra won't help.

    Axle in the Bottom Bracket - Uh, I leave it to your imagination, but most of the time it is called the crank.
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2012
  5. Ludwig II

    Ludwig II Member

    Unobtanium: metal used in high performance parts. Its price reflects the scarcity and difficulty in machining.

    Obscurium: often used in car windscreens, especially Volvos sold in the UK.

    Crappite: metal used in Chinese screws.

    Polycrackathene: a plastic used in Chinese indicators.

    95% complete: other 5% in Mongolia.
     
  6. Ludwig II

    Ludwig II Member

    Ex military: has been used for target practice.

    One careful owner: 9 others with the mechanical sympathy of an autistic baboon.

    Rare collectors piece: lashed together out of all the bits at the back of the garage.
     
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