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Old 12-09-07, 10:18 PM   #1
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anyone know a little spanish?

someone know how to say "I like track cycling" or "i like to race bicycles on a track"?

free online translations are pretty rough.. wondering if anyone here knows something better than: "Quiero cycling de vestigio"


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someone know how to say "I like track cycling" or "i like to race bicycles on a track"?

free online translations are pretty rough.. wondering if anyone here knows something better than: "Quiero cycling de vestigio"


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Quiero = I want. Would work in some situations (like you'd tell a cute girl 'Te Quiero' without it being sketchily possessive like in English), but in this situation you'd want 'Me gusta' which translates kinda like 'it gives me pleasure' (no, not in a dirty way).

Don't know what track cycling is called in Spanish, but I doubt it's vestigio - I think that's like 'vestige.'

[Edit: 'ciclo de pista' might be track bicycle... but I don't know the verb form of 'to bicycle' - - could be 'Me gusta ciclando de pista' if the verb is ciclar - but I don't think it is]

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