cyclistnoun [ C ]uk /ˈsaɪ.klɪst/ us /ˈsaɪ.klɪst/
Examples from literature
- Cyclists push, or pedal, the wheels around with the power of their legs.
- For an extra dollar, cyclists can also take their bikes on board and enjoy the beautiful views along the river.
- One reason is that most triathletes are runners or cyclists first, not swimmers.
- A solitary cyclist was coming towards us.
- And the flight was a swift one, since it took five miles before an expert cyclist could overtake them.
- As the cyclists, far behind, came down a long winding hill on which they had managed to catch occasional glimpses of their quarry, Dean, with a muttered exclamation, put on a sudden burst of speed.
- To-day the old Bath road is silent, or echoes only the fierce note of the cyclist's bell.
- Two cyclists were consulting a road map in preparation for a little tour together.