1. [late 18C–19C] (US Und., also jocky) to trick, to defraud [one ‘rides’ the victim in a required direction].
2. [1930s+] to do a job of work.
3. [1940s–60s] (US black/teen) to drink.
4. [1940s+] (US) to drive a vehicle, to pilot a plane.
5. [1960s+] to work someone hard.
[1900s–70s] (US) to move from place to place, job to job.