from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The art or practice of riding on a bicycle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The use of a bicycle; the act or practice of riding a bicycle.
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- verb Present participle of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun riding a bicycle
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With a very small share of the transportation system (just 0.5 percent of trips nationally and 2.9 percent of trips in Seattle), bicycling is always going to be seen as more “fringe” than ubiquitous modes like driving and transit.
If bicycling is going to become a viable mode of transportation, bicycles need to be seen as a means of conveyance, not an entry point to a lifestyle that requires specialized clothing, new lingo, or dedication to a particular political ideology.
Since 1990, bicycling is up from 1.5% to more than 3.2% (counts rose 16% between 2007 and 2009 - so one could infer growth from the 2008 sample.)
Transportation Secretary understands that bicycling is a viable form of transportation, not a fringe activity, and is willing to work to improve bicycling is a huge step in the right direction towards getting people out of their cars and onto two wheels as part of their daily lives.
In fact, in countries where bicycling is encouraged better than in the US, there are more female than male bicyclists. susiearak
After years of driving everywhere, I suddenly rediscovered why bicycling is so much fun?
The worse part of bicycling is that at regular interval I get to taste the smell of residual hydro-carbons from passing cars, trucks and buses.
When one agrees, he begins evangelizing neighboring villages within bicycling distance of his church.
I've tried bicycling, which is pretty fun, except it sucked when I got out of breath.
I liked the idea of bicycling to work and I love the idea of bicycling home and working to my tempos rather than to those of others.