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  • Only one of the team members is running while all others are cycling.
  • On top of that he has won a total of six six-day cycling events.
  • The team soon became an important presence on the international cycling stage.
  • He won the individual gold medal in the long-distance cycling competition.
  • Other sports, such as cycling and running, are also popular in the state.
  • It is the original and most common type of cycling in the world.
  • He died of a heart attack five months later, while cycling.
  • It is now established as the oldest long-distance cycling road event.
  • Throughout its history the club has also participated in other sports, such as basketball and cycling.
  • It has gained fame through its use in the Tour de France cycling race.
  • After his cycling career he entered a dark period.
  • Ali started to play association football when he was twelve and practice cycling when he was fifteen.
  • The team is one of the most successful teams of recent years, winning several major cycling tours.
  • The former railway line is now a walking and cycling track.
  • Cycling is a very important form of personal transportation in the city.
  • As with many Japanese cities, cycling is a very common form of transport, particularly among school students.
  • The physical exercise gained from cycling is generally linked with increased health and well-being.
  • The park is also home to one of the few cycling tracks in South Florida.
  • If opened too quickly it will stop the cycling.
  • Cycling is getting more popular since the construction of quality cycle tracks began in the 1990s.
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Root form of cycling is cycle for the verb.

Words starting with cycling

Meaning of cycling

  • noun The sport of traveling on a bicycle or motorcycle
  • verb Cause to go through a recurring sequence
    cycle the laundry in this washing program
  • verb Pass through a cycle
    This machine automatically cycles
  • verb Recur in repeating sequences