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One who rides or races a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehicle.


(ˈsaɪklɪst) or


a person who rides or travels by bicycle, motorcycle, etc


(ˈsaɪ klɪst)

also cy′cler,

a person who rides or travels by bicycle, motorcycle, or the like.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cyclist - a person who rides a bicyclecyclist - a person who rides a bicycle  
pedaler, pedaller - a person who rides a pedal-driven vehicle (as a bicycle)
راكِبُ الدَرَّاجَةراكِب الدَرّاجَـه
자전거 타는 사람
bisikletçibisiklet sürücüsü
người đi xe đạp


[ˈsaɪklɪst] Nciclista mf


[ˈsaɪklɪst] ncycliste mf


n(Fahr)radfahrer(in) m(f); (= motor cyclist)Motorradfahrer(in) m(f)


[ˈsaɪklɪst] nciclista m/f


(ˈsaikl) verb
to go by bicycle. He cycles to work every day.
shortened form of bicycle. They bought the child a cycle for his birthday.
ˈcyclist noun
a person who rides a bicycle.


راكِبُ الدَرَّاجَة cyklista cyklist Radfahrer ποδηλάτης ciclista pyöräilijä cycliste biciklist ciclista サイクリスト 자전거 타는 사람 fietser syklist kolarz ciclista велосипедист cyklist ผู้ขี่จักรยาน bisikletçi người đi xe đạp 骑自行车者
References in classic literature ?
For this reason I will now lay before the reader the facts connected with Miss Violet Smith, the solitary cyclist of Charlington, and the curious sequel of our investigation, which culminated in unexpected tragedy.
It had been deserted when I left it, but now I saw a cyclist riding down it from the opposite direction to that in which I had come.
A quarter of an hour passed, and then a second cyclist appeared.
If he is an elderly man he is not this active cyclist who sprints away from that young lady's athletic pursuit.
I had, however, the less diffidence in that it would have a technical interest for her, being indeed no other than a song of cycling a deux which had been suggested by one of those alarmist danger-posts always placed at the top of the pleasantest hills, sternly warning the cyclist that "this hill is dangerous,"--just as in life there is always some minatory notice-board frowning upon us in the direction we most desire to take.
The driver ran out to his assistance, and he and I together raised the unfortunate cyclist and carried him into the shop.
Then presently Bert got a cyclist's suit, cap, badge, and all; and to see him and Grubb going down to Brighton (and back)--heads down, handle-bars down, backbones curved--was a revelation in the possibilities of the Smallways blood.
"He followed my wife in the car one day and got run over by a brute of a cyclist."
The sweat starts out on his forehead, and he bends over like a cyclist on the last lap of a race.
Among these were a couple of cyclists, a jobbing gardener I employed sometimes, a girl carrying a baby, Gregg the butcher and his little boy, and two or three loafers and golf caddies who were accustomed to hang about the railway station.
We had promised her a liberal perquisite in the event of our success, but she must not give other cyclists our idea by mentioning it to a soul.
No one saw him arrive, so far as we can learn; but he need not pass through the village to reach the park gates, and there are many cyclists upon the road.