Definition of cyclist in English:


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  • A person who rides a bicycle.

    ‘He became a keen cyclist and had a bicycle specially made for the end-to-end challenge.’
    • ‘So I started to cycle as fast as I could and soon began to catch up with the other cyclists.’
    • ‘Because cyclists burn so much energy we have to eat high energy food such as pasta.’
    • ‘The German cyclist tested positive for amphetamines in June while recovering from a knee injury.’
    • ‘There is a place for off-road cycle lanes, but cyclists have the right to use the road as much as anyone else.’
    • ‘Mr Kind wants the road repaired so that it can be safely used by pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders.’
    • ‘All this bellicosity towards cyclists is based on the notion that every bike is ridden by a maniac on two wheels.’
    • ‘A keen cyclist is to live out his dream by riding across the finish line of the Tour de France.’
    • ‘Bury has numerous cycle lanes and special facilities for cyclists including parking in the town.’
    • ‘Whether a cycle lane is beneficial to cyclists is doubtful as there are cars parked in the cycle lane most of the time.’
    • ‘The agency said that at some point cyclists had to leave the new cycle path to join the carriageway.’
    • ‘Increasing the number of cyclists is a straightforward way of making cycling much safer.’
    • ‘There is nothing to stop cyclists using the pavement if they walk with their bikes.’
    • ‘Dogs do have a natural instinct to go after moving objects and may start chasing cars, cyclists or joggers.’
    • ‘Among the many things that make me nervous when driving on the roads here, joggers and cyclists are the worst.’
    • ‘Cars are driven so fast on that road that cyclists are likely to be hit by them.’
    • ‘Ask the regular cyclists, and they will chorus that the city is never friendly to them.’
    • ‘Employees are being encouraged to leave their cars at home as we have shower facilities for cyclists.’
    • ‘One of the big problems for cyclists in Australia is that drivers feel no empathy for them.’
    • ‘Moves to give cyclists new rights of way at the expense of motorists have been welcomed by a York cycling group.’



/ˈsīkləst/ /ˈsaɪkləst/