Dia berbasikal ke sekolah in a TB, (p. 62)
a student asked if we can say
Dia berbasikal to mean ownership instead of usage.
Dia berbasikal as in S/he owns a bicycle rather than S/he is riding a bicycle.
Dia berkereta mahal means ownership
hence Dia berbasikal murah may read the same way.
The problem is that we tend to hold an idea constant for ease of understanding and deny other possibilities.
We may then conclude that the context and phrasal information determines the meaning of berbasikal
Dia berbasikal ke sekolah vs. Dia sudah berbasikal dan tidak mahu basikal lagi.