To touch one's foot to the ground while bicycling. Considered to be a lost style point among trail riders, mountain bikers, bike polo players, among others. Since a lot of technical tricks can be avoided by simply walking the bike over a log or a stream, refraining from dabbing a foot encourages pure cycling and the attempt to negotiate obstacles by technical feats such as hopping or holding a track stand. Sometimes called a "foot down."
Polo played on bicycles. Played either hard-court (relatively new) or on grass (over 100 years of tradition), there is dispute over weather the sport originated in India or Ireland. Two teams try to bat a tiny soccer ball through opposing goal posts without dabbing their feet on the ground.