a bicycle race over a rough cross-country course, usually consisting of jumps, obstacles, and turns.
- Bicycle path
a path, as one alongside a roadway, for the use of bicyclists. Historical Examples Stanford Stories Charles K. Field In the Track of the Trades Lewis R. Freeman
- Bicycle race
cycling (def 2). Historical Examples Piano Playing Josef Hofmann Harper’s Round Table, May 28, 1895 Various Bert Wilson, Marathon Winner J. W. Duffield Harper’s Round Table, June 25, 1895 Various The Motor Boys in Mexico Clarence Young Harper’s Round Table, June 25, 1895 Various The Putnam Hall Champions Arthur M. Winfield The Silly Syclopedia Noah […]
cycling (def 2). the act or sport of riding or traveling by bicycle, motorcycle, etc. Also called bicycle race, bicycle racing. Sports. a race on lightweight bicycles with low handlebars, conducted for specified distances or against time on a dirt or board track or over public roads between cities.
consisting of or having two cycles or circles. Botany. in two whorls, as the stamens of a flower. pertaining to or resembling a bicycle. adjective of, forming, or formed by two circles, cycles, etc (of stamens, petals, etc) arranged in two whorls (of a chemical compound) having atoms arranged in two rings fused together with […]