To latch (verb)
When at a four way stop, a biker rides alongside a car whose turn it is, thus bypassing stopping and waiting for their appropriate turn. Cars are unable to latch; latching can only be achieved by bikers and skate boarders
Anytime a biker synchs a move with a car, often using that car as a barrier, in order to bypass traffic laws or travel more expediently.
Latching to the red truck at the front of the long line of cars, she avoided waiting her turn at the time sucking stop sign.
He was late for work, so he latched to the sports car running the left-turn red light.