Rider

Rider may refer to:

People:

  • Fremont Rider (1885-1962), American writer and librarian
  • H. Rider Haggard (1856-1925), British novelist
  • Isaiah Rider (born 1971), American former National Basketball Association player
  • James Rider (1797–1876), New York politician
  • Rider Strong (born 1979), American actor, director, producer and screenwriter
  • Steve Rider (born 1950), English sports presenter and anchorman

In law:

  • Rider (legislation), an additional provision attached to a bill
  • Rider (contract), an additional provision attached to a contract such as an insurance policy
  • Rider (legal judgement), an explanation appended to a legal decision by a jury or inquest
  • Rider (theater), a set of requests or demands that a performer will set as criteria for performance

In entertainment:

  • Rider (band), an offshoot band from Ultra
  • Rider (imprint), a publishing imprint of Random House
  • Rider (Fate/Stay Night), a character in the Japanese series Fate/Stay Night
  • Rider (Fate/Zero), a character in the Japanese novel Fate/Zero
  • Honeychile Rider, a character in the novel Dr. No
  • Alex Rider, hero of a series of spy novels by Anthony Horowitz
  • Riders (novel), a romance novel by the British author Jilly Cooper

Other uses:

  • Rider University, an American university in New Jersey
  • Rider, the magazine published by the British Motorcyclists Federation

Famous quotes containing the word rider:

    Came to Ajanta cave, the painted space of the breast,
    the real world where everything is complete,
    there are no shadows, the forms of incompleteness,
    The great cloak blows in the light, rider and horse arrive,
    the shoulders turn and every gift is made.
    Muriel Rukeyser (1913–1980)

    The sun that leaps on petals through a nought,
    The come a-cropper rider of the flower.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    I sit astride life like a bad rider on a horse. I only owe it to the horse’s good nature that I am not thrown off at this very moment.
    Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951)