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For British cyclists, the weather is not an issue. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I think good manners are dwindling from road users generally: motorist, pedestrian and cyclist. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ask any cyclist or pedestrian when a lorry or bus passes. The Sun (2014)The sport is also a breeding ground for many outstanding road and track cyclists. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The campaign will urge drivers and cyclists to pay more attention to each other when turning. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In her downtime she is a swimmer and keen cyclist. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She is also a fine track cyclist. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Or why training for cyclists and drivers on how to share the road responsibly is so poor. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He likes to keep in shape and is a keen cyclist. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cycling shoes that clip on to the pedals are a good investment for keen cyclists. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Bosses reckon it is the best way for a cop to get the attention of cyclists and pedestrians. The Sun (2008)He is a keen runner and cyclist and is often seen jogging with his wife or members of his entourage. The Sun (2009)Cyclists and pedestrians safely coexist on the pavements of many European cities. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He's the best endurance track cyclist of the last ten years. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's a bit like trying to reduce road deaths from speeding by targeting cyclists rather than drivers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All should be condemned equally, while recognising that almost all cyclists and drivers use the road responsibly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The move comes after research found cars are so quiet they could pose a risk to pedestrians and cyclists who cannot hear them coming. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The quadruple Olympic gold medal track cyclist said he was facing an impossible task choosing who gets a seat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The bane of cyclists and pedestrians is a fashion for motor scooters, which are allowed in bicycle lanes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)At the worlds she won gold in the keirin and sprint and catapulted herself into the frontline of British track cyclists. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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Translations for 'cyclist'

British English: cyclist /ˈsaɪklɪst/ NOUN
A cyclist is someone who rides a bicycle.
...better protection for cyclists.
  • American English: cyclist
  • Arabic: راكِبُ الدَرَّاجَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ciclista
  • Chinese: 骑自行车者
  • Croatian: biciklist
  • Czech: cyklista
  • Danish: cyklist
  • Dutch: fietser
  • European Spanish: ciclista
  • Finnish: pyöräilijä
  • French: cycliste
  • German: Radfahrer
  • Greek: ποδηλάτης
  • Italian: ciclista
  • Japanese: サイクリスト
  • Korean: 자전거 타는 사람
  • Norwegian: syklist
  • Polish: kolarz
  • European Portuguese: ciclista
  • Romanian: ciclist
  • Russian: велосипедист
  • Spanish: ciclista
  • Swedish: cyklist
  • Thai: ผู้ขี่จักรยาน
  • Turkish: bisikletçi
  • Ukrainian: велосипедист
  • Vietnamese: người đi xe đạp

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