keirin

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From Japanese 競輪 (racing wheels).

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keirin (countable and uncountable, plural keirins)

  1. (cycling) A form of track cycling originating in Japan, where riders must initially race behind a motorised pace-setter.

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keirin m (plural keirins)

  1. (cycling) keirin