Similar words: cling, cycle, cyclone, recycle, bicycle, tricycle, life cycle, motorcycle. Meaning: ['sɪklcŋ /-saɪk] n. the sport of traveling on a bicycle or motorcycle.
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1 No Cycling in the School.
2 We were running/cycling two abreast.
3 Jack is great on cycling and jazz.
4 Cycling is a cheap way to get around.
5 Cycling enjoyed a vogue at the end of the nineteenth century.
6 Cycling shorts were the latest craze/ the craze that year.
7 You should wear something light-coloured when you're cycling at night so that you're more visible.
8 We did a lot of cycling in France last year.
9 She was cycling home when she had a puncture .
10 Cycling is one of the best ways to firm up your thighs.
11 The area is well suited to road cycling as well as off-road riding.
12 She was cycling along with her bicycle basket full of shopping.
13 After three hours cycling we decided to turn homewards.
14 I'm out of the habit of cycling to work.
15 Cycling is highly beneficial to health and the environment.
16 He suffered a fatal heart attack while cycling.
17 The quiet country roads are ideal for cycling.
18 The empty roads make this area good cycling country.
19 I enjoy cycling, but I'm not interested in racing.
20 I prefer walking to cycling.
21 Cycling is Europe's second most popular sport.
22 Cycling is a totally sustainable form of transport.
23 This sign indicates that cycling is allowed.
24 She was cycling along a country road near Compiegne.
25 Mike had a yen to try cycling.
26 Cycling and karate are among her hobbies.
27 She was hot and breathless from the exertion of cycling uphill.
28 Wraparounds keep the wind out of your eyes if you're going cycling.
29 We did about 30 miles a day on our cycling trip.
30 Recently I've started to do a lot of walking and cycling.
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