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Synonyms for cyclist

a person who rides a bicycle

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Cities in the United States are constantly evolving -- and cyclists are a big part of the reason why.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cycling Association Wednesday held reception for the promising cyclists - Faryal Aman and Tanzeel Ahmad who clinched the National Women and Men Junior Cycling title in the recently organized National Cycling Championship in Lahore.
Qatar Cyclists Centre, organisers of the 2017 Ride of Champions, has urged motorists and cyclists to drive and ride carefully while the event is under way from 6.
Qatar Cyclists Centre organiser's of the 2017 Ride of Champions ( www.
Cardiff King Edward VII Avenue (start and finish line) 7am: First amateur cyclists depart 8.
MOTORISTS are being urged to give cyclists more room when overtaking in a campaign designed to eradicate "close pass" drivers.
CHRIS (Taz) Jones writes a very well balanced letter about cyclists and motorists (Talkback, June 23).
Like Copenhagen, Iloilo is making a bid to become a city of cyclists.
Muscat: Cycling infrastructure in Oman needs to be improved, campaigners and cyclists said, pointing out the health and environment benefits of the sport.
He had dealt with too many bare-headed cyclists who'd either died or were left brain-damaged.
Our team is comprised of eight male and three female cyclists.
However, cyclist deaths among adults ages 35 to 74 have increased since 1975, with the mortality rate among cyclists ages 35 to 54 increasing nearly threefold.
The number of cyclists in Sofia has gone up by around 140% over the past three years, according to data of the VeloEvolution Association.
We are seeing more and more cyclists on Cyprus' roads -- some of them even daring to cycle on the road, rather than the pavement -- which until now has been perceived by many on two wheels as the only safe option.