Look at the verb "ride" in the dictionary
[transitive, intransitive] to sit on and control a bicycle, motorcycle, etc.
ride something + adv./prep. The boys were riding their bikes around the streets.
ride something He rode a Harley Davidson.
It 's like riding a bicycle: one day you can't and the next day you can.
+ adv./prep. The ground there is too rough to ride over.
and the verb "drive"
[transitive] to take somebody somewhere in a car, taxi, etc.
drive somebody + adv./prep. Could you drive me home?
My mother drove us to the airport.
They were driven to an unknown place in the hills.
drive somebody I don't want to take the bus. Will you drive me?
We normally say "to ride a motorbike / a bike / a Harley / a horse etc" or "to ride on a motorbike / a bike / a Harley / a horse etc"
But I am not sure if we can say "to ride a person on a motorbike / a bike / a Harley / a horse etc"
For example, can we say "I am riding my friend on my motorbike / bike / horse"?
However, the verb "drive" can be followed by a person, for example, we can say "I drove her to the airport in my car". But "drive" is often used with a truck, a car, a taxi. I am not sure if it can be used with a motorbike, a bike, a horse, etc.
For example, can we say "I drove her to the airport on my motorbike / bike / horse"?
How do we express that you are riding a motorbike / bike / horse with your friend sitting behind you on it?