Advertisement

Definition of "time-trial" []

  • (esp in cycling) a race in which the competitors compete against the clock over a specified course (noun)

www.Collinsdictionary.com (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "time-trial" in a sentence
  • "Armstrong, riding his time-trial bike that had been stolen along with three belonging to his Astana teammates after last weekend's time trial in Sacramento, dropped from fourth to sixth in the overall standings."
  • "Leipheimer crossed the finish line of the 15-mile course in 30 minutes, 40 seconds, and waved three fingers on his right hand to signal his third consecutive time-trial victory in this quaint Danish tourist town."
  • "British time-trial expert David Millar won the third and final leg of the weekend event, a 4. 8-mile race against the clock in and around the town of Porto Vecchio."