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cycling

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcyclingcy‧cling /ˈsaɪklɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] especially British English  the activity of riding a bicycle
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cyclingUnlike the motor car, cycling creates no congestion and no pollution and it provides the rider with essential healthy exercise.Because as she cycled out of Purton, she had passed Herbie Connors cycling in.Your ride to Lincoln will probably illustrate how awful long-distance cycling in Britain can be, and how few facilities are provided.In another case, two police officers spotted a man cycling without his hands on the handlebars.These provide a sustained steam of energy during the prolonged physical exertion required for professional cycling or tennis.We also promote recreational cycling in the countryside.
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