A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Do you like cycling?
  2. What color is your bicycle?
  3. Where do you ride your bike?
  4. Can you ride a bicycle with two wheels?
  5. What do you wear when you cycle?
  6. Is cycling popular in your country?
  7. How do you stay safe when cycling?
  8. Can you name parts of a bicycle?
  9. What do you see when you ride your bike?
  10. How do you feel when you ride a bike?
  11. Do you cycle with your family or friends?
  12. What is a bicycle race?
  13. How do you take care of your bicycle?
  14. Can you ride a bike in the rain?
  15. What is a helmet?
  16. Why is cycling good for health?
  17. What is a bicycle path?
  18. Do you know any tricks on a bike?
  19. How do you learn to ride a bike?
  20. Can you draw a picture of a bicycle?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What are the benefits of cycling for the environment?
  2. How can cities become more bicycle-friendly?
  3. Discuss different types of bicycles.
  4. How does cycling compare to other forms of transportation?
  5. What are some challenges of cycling in urban areas?
  6. How has cycling culture evolved in your country?
  7. Discuss the importance of wearing a helmet.
  8. How can cycling promote community interaction?
  9. What are some famous cycling events or races?
  10. How do you maintain a bicycle?
  11. What is the longest distance you have cycled?
  12. How can cycling improve physical fitness?
  13. Discuss the role of cycling in sustainable living.
  14. What are the rules for cycling in your area?
  15. How can technology enhance cycling experiences?
  16. Discuss the importance of cycling lanes.
  17. What are some safety tips for night cycling?
  18. How does weather affect cycling?
  19. What are the health risks associated with cycling?
  20. How can cycling be made more accessible to everyone?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the impact of cycling on urban planning.
  2. Discuss the role of cycling in reducing traffic congestion.
  3. How does cycling contribute to mental health?
  4. Analyze the economic benefits of a cycling culture.
  5. Discuss the challenges and solutions for cycling safety.
  6. How do cycling trends differ globally?
  7. Analyze the role of cycling in eco-tourism.
  8. Discuss the impact of technology on cycling performance and safety.
  9. How can cycling advocacy promote change in transportation policies?
  10. Discuss the ethics of competitive cycling and doping.
  11. How does cycling integrate with public transportation systems?
  12. Analyze the role of cycling in community building.
  13. Discuss the challenges of long-distance cycling.
  14. How does cycling influence lifestyle choices?
  15. Analyze the role of cycling in reducing carbon footprint.
  16. Discuss the future trends in cycling technology.
  17. How can cycling events promote cultural exchange?
  18. Analyze the impact of cycling on physical rehabilitation.
  19. Discuss the role of cycling in education and awareness campaigns.
  20. How can urban design support the growth of cycling communities?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the socio-cultural implications of cycling subcultures.
  2. Discuss the role of cycling in shaping urban identities.
  3. Explore the interplay between cycling infrastructure and urban aesthetics.
  4. Analyze the psychological effects of cycling as a form of therapy.
  5. Discuss the influence of cycling on public health policies.
  6. Explore the dynamics between cycling and gender equality.
  7. Analyze the impact of global cycling events on local economies.
  8. Discuss the role of cycling in fostering sustainable urban development.
  9. Explore the impact of cycling on social mobility.
  10. Analyze the challenges of integrating cycling into modern transportation systems.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically analyze the role of cycling in environmental activism.
  2. Discuss the implications of cycling for urban ecological balance.
  3. Explore the philosophical dimensions of cycling as a way of life.
  4. Analyze the impact of cycling movements on political and social change.
  5. Critically assess the global disparities in cycling infrastructure and culture.
  6. Analyze the role of cycling in promoting global health initiatives.
  7. Explore the cultural symbolism of cycling in different societies.
  8. Discuss the ethical considerations in the promotion of cycling sports.
  9. Analyze the influence of cycling on urban regeneration strategies.
  10. Critically evaluate the future of cycling in the context of technological advancements.