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Fun Cycling Quizzes and Games Every Cyclist Will Enjoy

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Cycling enthusiasts pedal your way into the world of fun and challenge with cycling quizzes and games.

Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist with calves of steel or a casual rider whose bike might still have training wheels (no judgment here!), these games and quizzes are your ticket to an exciting adventure on two wheels, all from the comfort of your living room.

Grab your helmet (safety first, even in quizzes!), hop onto your imaginary saddle, and let’s embark on a thrilling ride through the twists and turns of cycling-themed games and quizzes—ready, set, pedal.

Let the Games Begin

Below, you will find various types of games and quizzes themed around cycling. The answer will follow each game. No peeking if you want to challenge yourself. Most importantly, have fun.



Games to Play:

Spot the Odd One Out

The Green and Red Bike

Bike puzzle

The Green and Red Bike Answer

Bike puzzle answer

The Blue Bicycle

Spot the Odd One Out: The blue Bicycle

The Blue Bicycle – Answer

Spot the Odd One Out: The blue Bicycle answer

Find the Words

10 Bicycle-Related Words

Bicycle word search puzzle

Find 10 Bicycle-Related Words – Answer

bicyle word quiz answers

Spot the Odd One Out

The Orange Bicycle

The Orange Bicycle Answer


Spot the Difference

Pictures

Spot the difference

Answer

Spot the difference answers

Cycling Quiz

Test Your Knowledge

Cycling quiz

1. What does the term “peloton” refer to in cycling?

  • A) A single cyclist leading a race
  • B) The main group of cyclists in a race
  • C) A type of bicycle
  • D) The last cyclist in a race

2. What is the purpose of a “domestique” in professional cycling?

  • A) To win races
  • B) To support the team leader
  • C) To fix mechanical problems
  • D) To provide entertainment

3. Which materials are commonly used to manufacture high-end bicycle frames?

  • A) Plastic
  • B) Steel
  • C) Carbon Fiber
  • D) Wood

4. In cycling, what does “cadence” refer to?

  • A) The color of the jersey
  • B) The speed of the bike
  • C) The number of pedal revolutions per minute
  • D) The height of the saddle

5. Who won the Tour de France five times between 1991 and 1995?

  • A) Lance Armstrong
  • B) Miguel Indurain
  • C) Eddy Merckx
  • D) Chris Froome

6. What is a “grupetto”?

  • A) A type of Italian bicycle
  • B) The group of the fastest sprinters
  • C) The main group of climbers in a mountain stage
  • D) The group of cyclists who form to finish the race together, often behind the leaders

7. Which component is essential for changing gears on a bike?

  • A) The derailleur
  • B) The handlebars
  • C) The saddle
  • D) The pedals

8. What does the term “breaking away” mean in cycling?

  • A) Falling off the bike
  • B) Accelerating to leave the main group
  • C) Stopping for a break
  • D) Breaking a part of the bike

9. What is the name of the race known as “The Hell of the North”?

  • A) Giro d’Italia
  • B) Paris-Roubaix
  • C) Vuelta a España
  • D) Tour de France

10. Which of these is a crucial skill for urban cycling?

  • A) Performing stunts
  • B) Mountain biking
  • C) Drafting
  • D) Navigating traffic safely
Cycling quiz answers

Cycling Quiz: Answers

  1. B) The main group of cyclists in a race
  2. B) To support the team leader
  3. C) Carbon Fiber
  4. C) The number of pedal revolutions per minute
  5. B) Miguel Indurain
  6. D) The group of cyclists who form to finish the race together, often behind the leaders
  7. A) The derailleur
  8. B) Accelerating to leave the main group
  9. B) Paris-Roubaix
  10. D) Navigating traffic safely

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