A strategy of staying in the lead position.
A strategy of moving up from the rear to 'suppress' a front-runner cyclist in another line, and breaking out just when a sprint to the finish line is possible.
A strategy of forcibly taking the lead from the inside by thwarting attempts at suppression from the rear by cyclists in other lines.
A strategy of rapidly increasing speed before the cyclists up ahead in other lines, then suddenly advancing from the rear and leading the race all the way to the finish.
A strategy of staying in position behind a front-runner cyclist for multiple laps, then overtaking with a sudden sprint on the final straightaway.
Warning opponents. At the start of the race, 'checking' is the visual confirmation done by two cyclists to ensure neither moves ahead of the other. During the race, 'checking' means blocking an opponent attempting to move up from the rear.
Moving up from the rear with a sprint just before the finish line to overtake the lead cyclist and win the race.
A strategy used in the last moments of a race. The cyclist suddenly increases speed to move up from the rear and overtake the lead cyclist in another line.
A strategy in which the cyclist suddenly moves up from behind to overtake a front runner. An impressive strategy when successful.