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."
by reZzreZz March 02, 2008
A "dab" is when a cyclist touches the ground with his or her foot, shoe, etc. It is avoided in many disciplines such as mountain biking and trials riding.
by chain breaker September 10, 2012
by PA December 09, 2004
To administer a drug in powder form orally by getting some on the index finger and rubbing it all over the gums.
by merlin2k8 March 03, 2008
by Teya May 26, 2007
A term used in bouldering (rock-climbing on boulders) to denote hitting the floor or a friend with a body part while climbing. A dab can allow a climber to continue instead of falling off, so is regarded as invalidating an ascent (or "send")
by Palomides June 15, 2006
Atlanta term used to describe dance move (bowing head into elbow) which represents confidence, accomplishment, and pride.
-and dab. and dab.
by atlqueen January 18, 2016