riding on a bike

Is it correct to say ‘I am riding on a bike or riding a bike’ ? Then also ’ I am riding a horse or I am riding on a horse’ ?

Hello Allthewayanime,

If I am not mistaken ~on a bike~ and ~ on a horse~ usually BrE.


~ a bike ~ and ~ a horse ~ AmE.

But, let us wait for our mentors ideas about it. :wink:

In the UK, both forms of both examples would be perfectly acceptable.
The form without ‘on’ is the most common, in my opinion.