One after another; -- said especially of horses harnessed and driven one before another, instead of abreast.
A team of horses harnessed one before the other.
A tandem bicycle or other vehicle.
An attempt to balance two riders on two wheels for curiosity's sake. Promotes togetherness and teamwork: all for one and one for all. The one in front is called the Captain, and the one in back, the Stoker, because everyone needs to be called something. Working in harmony, they form a pas de deux. However, motorists in a spasm of road rage may merely regard them as a two-for-one special.
A dual flight or equipment designed for dual flight.
A bicycle made for two - you rode one behind the other.
A bi-place wing for a pilot and a passenger. The wing size is almost double that of a solo wing. A tandem wing must be specifically certified as bi-place. The pilot and passenger are suspended from spreader bars (spreaders) which ensure leg room for the pilot who sits behind.
One behind the other, together. (eg. driving horses in tandem.)
a bicycle with two sets of pedals and two seats
one behind the other; "ride tandem on a bicycle built for two"; "riding horses down the path in tandem"
a bicycle made for two, with one rider sitting in front of the other
a bicycle with two or more seats one behind the other
a good thermometer for beginning to understand what skydiving is all about and if someone can handle it
a hang glider specially designed for two people
a pair of horses harnessed one behind the other, pulling a small carriage
a two-seated bicycle, but also means a partnership of two
a means of experiencing the thrill of skydiving, without the responsibility involved. The student and instuctor are strapped together in the same harness, and use the same rig. The instructor is in control for most of the time, although the student often has the opportunity to fly the canopy for a period of time.
Referring to a team of horses hitched with one horse directly in front of the other.
bicycle constructed for two, generally both pedaling.
flying dual â€” pilot and passenger are suspended side by side in separate harnesses.
a recreational (sport) or instructional paragliding flight involving pilot in command and a passenger. Can also be used to describe the glider itself, a canopy with a larger surface area and weight range specifically designed to carry a pilot in command and a passenger.
A bicycle for two riders.
when male and female are linked either in flight or at rest; male damselfly's 4 appendages clasp female at junction of prothorax and thorax; male dragonfly's 3 appendages clasp female at back and top of head
A device with two parts, one behind the other.
Parachute jumps in which two skydivers, usually an experienced skydiver and a passenger, share one parachute system. The student is in a separate harness that attaches to the front of the instructor's harness.
two people flying together, a pilot and a passenger
Set up one behind the other and close together.