biking

All Noun Verb
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  • Many biking and running races are held in the area during the summer months.
  • The hill is used to host a number of mountain biking events.
  • It has often been used for domestic competition in British road racing and mountain biking.
  • She concentrated first on mountain biking but her greatest success was on the road.
  • Before the area became a National Park mountain biking was permitted on the track.
  • Biking is becoming more popular since the construction of quality cycle tracks began in the 1990s.
  • It remains popular today as a walking and mountain biking route.
  • It is now recognized as one of the most popular disciplines within mountain biking.
  • Biking opens around the end of April and is open through the summer.
  • Biking is becoming more and more popular since the construction of quality cycle tracks began in the 1990s.
  • There is a mountain biking trail available by special-use permit in the winter.
  • Biking is getting more and more popular since the construction of quality cycle tracks began in the 1990s.
  • The park has many activities available, including biking, fishing, bird watching and many children's activities.
  • Hiking, and mountain biking are popular activities on the mountain during the summer months.
  • Just about every major store is walking/biking distance.
  • Soon it's back to biking then caving which they do with a heavy heart.
  • Biking and running competitions are also rarely held on the main streets of the town.
  • A biking/walking trail follows the canal, constructed when a rail line was removed.
  • For people who live and work in town, walking or biking is common when the weather permits.
  • Mountain biking is also allowed for some sections of the trail.
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Root form of biking is bike for the verb.