- a person who rides or travels by bicycle, motorcycle, etc.
Origin of cyclist
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Examples from the Web for cyclist
The cyclist had turned the heads of the women in the dorm on his way back from the showers, wearing just a towel.When I Met Robin Williams in Afghanistan
August 20, 2014
After years of being overshadowed by Armstrong, cyclist Greg LeMond is the only American to have fairly won the Tour de France.I Pushed the Lance Armstrong Lie: An Open Letter to Greg LeMond
July 31, 2014
“I think every cyclist including me will be layering it on,” she said.Pippa Eating At McDonalds in Missouri RIGHT NOW!
June 18, 2014
And If Tygart was the crusading general, Hamilton, the cyclist to his left, was one of the casualties.Maybe We Should Just Legalize Steroids for Pro Athletes
March 3, 2014
He would not allow his other teammates access to the best equipment, but was insistent that every cyclist dope.Dope on Wheels: Speed Read of 'Wheelmen' About Lance Armstrong
October 16, 2013
A quarter of an hour passed and then a second cyclist appeared.
That there is a connection between the cyclist and the Hall.
So that all we can do is to define the cyclist in terms of ourself.Fantasia of the Unconscious</p>
D. H. Lawrence
There are two cyclist police at the door of that café over there.The Blonde Lady</p>
Chelmsford is now occupied by German cavalry, cyclist and motor corps.The Message
Alec John Dawson
- a person who rides or travels by bicycle, motorcycle, etc
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Word Origin and History for cyclist
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