Cycling Lingo - It's A Thing. How Many Of These Words Do You Know?

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Question: 1/18Pick One:


A sudden attempt to pull ahead from a rider or group of riders is called what?
Attack
Instep
Mounting

Question: 2/18Pick One:


What is "aero" short for?
Aerodipping
Aerostepping
Aerodynamics

Question: 3/18Pick One:


Hit the _______ on your bike to slow down or stop!
Cadences
Brakes
Bonks

Question: 4/18Pick One:


If your riding a century, how far are you riding?
A 10-mile ride or race
A 100-mile ride or race
A 50-mile ride or race

Question: 5/18Pick One:


What is the loop of roller links that transfers power from the pedals to the rear wheel to propel the bike forward called?
Chortle
Chain
Trackbelt

Question: 6/18Pick One:


Which of these is a cool bike trick?
Wheelie
Wover
Wasta

Question: 7/18Pick One:


True or false: A road race against the clock is a time trial.
False
True

Question: 8/18Pick One:


What is the pocket of air behind a cyclist or vehicle that breaks the wind resistance called?
Slipstream
Spewstream
Slapstream

Question: 9/18Pick One:


What is a clincher?
Riders, usually in a race, who crank away to try to catch a lead rider
A standard tire design that has a hooked, U-shaped rim and open tire
The grease mark some new cyclists get on their legs

Question: 10/18Pick One:


Sit down on the _______ of your bike to ride!
Saddle
Sector
Schrader

Question: 11/18Pick One:


True or false: The component on a bicycle that connects the handlebars to the steerer tube is a tubeless tire.
True
False

Question: 12/18Pick One:


What is it called when you transition from one gear to another?
Shooting
Shifting
Shapping

Question: 13/18Pick One:


What is a Clydesdale?
A type of pedal that locks into the cleat of special cycling shoes
A bicycle sprocket or gear
A male athlete over 220 pounds

Question: 14/18Pick One:


When it comes to cycling, what does PSI stand for?
Pounds Per Square Inch
Pull Saddle In
Proper Standing Ions

Question: 15/18Pick One:


What is a pannier?
A basket, bag, box, or container attached to your bicycle to carry cargo
A large group of cyclists
Brake chains

Question: 16/18Pick One:


True or false: Pedaling hard in the big gears is called hammering.
True
False

Question: 17/18Pick One:


When it comes to cycling, what does LSD stand for?
Long Steady Distance.
Looping Street Driving
Length Stride Destination

Question: 18/18Pick One:


Bike _______ come in all different shapes and sizes for different riders.
Flats
Frames
Forks
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

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