This page provides example sentences of the verb "Ride" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form ride / Past Simple rode / Past Participle ridden / Gerund riding
He rides his motorcycle to work.
Present Simple Passive
That horse is ridden by Tom.
We're riding our bikes to the park this afternoon.
Present Continuous Passive
The horses are being ridden by tourists at the moment.
Have you ever ridden a horse?
Present Perfect Passive
Has that horse by ridden yet?
Present Perfect Continuous
We have been riding bikes since nine this morning.
He rode his bike to work last week.
Past Simple Passive
That motorcycle was ridden by Elvis!
He was riding his bike when his cell phone rang.
Past Continuous Passive
The horse was being ridden by Jack when it fell.
They had already ridden the horse before they bought it.
Past Perfect Passive
The horse had been ridden before it was sold.
Past Perfect Continuous
They had been riding for two hours when the accident happened.
She will ride her bike to work.
Future (will) passive
That horse will be ridden by the Queen.
Future (going to)
She is going to ride her motorcycle to work next week.
Future (going to) passive
Lucky is going to be ridden by the best jockey in town.
This time next week we will be riding our motorcycles down the highway on holiday.
She will have ridden all the horses in the stable by the end of the month.
She might ride Lucky.
If she rides her motorcycle, she will change her clothes.
If she rode her motorcycle, she would change her clothes.
Past Unreal Conditional
If she had ridden her motorcycle, she would have changed her clothes.
She should ride that horse.
She can't have ridden her bike!