An individual who is responsible for setting up, tearing down, and generally maintaining the equipment for a band.

See also coons
Hey roadie, I need a new pic for my guitar.
by Ryan May 9, 2003
The best job ever. It often involves lugging gear around and setting up the stage for the band. There are also specialized roadies that deal with one specific thing, such as guitars, basses, drums, and front of house sound, these are referred to as techs or techies. Roadies also fix any problems that may occur during a show. Many bands have at least one roadie, but usually don't have more than 10.
I'm the roadie for the PG's; I lug their amplifiers and guitars to the stage and set up for the show. I also handle the merch booth when the singer's girlfriend is busy
by elijah (psykokatt storm) June 4, 2015
(noun) An alcoholic drink that you have in the car.
Jim never goes on a long trip without bringing a couple of roadies.
by RRayne July 19, 2006
A cyclist who rides road bikes, typically to the exclusion of all other riding styles (mountian, cyclocross, tri, singlespeed, etc).
In true roadie style, Josh shaved his legs before his first spring rides.
by bike bikely February 21, 2004
Getting head while on the road or while driving
dude i just got me a roadie from logan
by the boatist October 2, 2009
a car trip where passangers smoke marijuana
we went on a roadie after school
by jeremy Moser October 23, 2003
I got roadie on the way home from a party last night
by Justin June 1, 2004