bicycle (ˈbaɪsɪk ə l) — n1.cycle , Often shortened to: bike a vehicle with a tubularmetal frame mounted on two spoked wheels, one behind theother. The rider sits on a saddle, propels the vehicle by meansof pedals that drive the rear wheel through a chain, and steerswith handlebars on the front wheel — vb2.( intr ) to ride a bicycle; cycle
[C19: from bi- 1 + Late Latin cyclus , from Greek kuklos wheel]
Letter B in my steampunk alphabet: Bicycle! Certainly a fine piece of work good man! This re-imagination of a useful everyday object has me astounded and in love!