What's Going on?

There are plenty of Cycling sites around, but which ones are worth a visit? Here are the top ones:

Road.cc - A UK-based website that provides news, reviews, and features on all things cycling. It covers a wide range of topics including gear reviews, training advice, and race coverage.

Bicycling - A website that covers a wide range of topics, including gear reviews, training advice, and race coverage. It also features a variety of columns, including a monthly advice column by a professional cyclist.

CyclingTips - A website that offers a mix of news, reviews, and features, with a focus on technical and performance-related content. It also provides in-depth analysis of professional cycling races and events.

VeloNews - A website that covers professional road racing, with news and analysis on the major events and teams. It also provides training and gear advice for amateur cyclists.

BikeRadar - A website that provides news, reviews, and features on all things cycling. It covers a wide range of topics including gear reviews, training advice, and race coverage.

Cycling Weekly - A UK-based website that covers news and reviews of the latest cycling gear, as well as features on professional racing and training advice for amateur cyclists.

Procycling - A website that covers professional road racing, with news and analysis on the major events and teams. It also provides training and gear advice for amateur cyclists.

The Chainstay - A website that focuses on women's cycling, with news, reviews, and features on the latest gear, training and racing advice, and profiles of female cyclists.

Singletrack - A website that focuses on mountain biking, with news, reviews, and features on the latest gear, trail advice, and race coverage.

Bike Rumor - A website that provides news and reviews of the latest cycling gear, as well as features on professional racing and training advice for amateur cyclists. It also covers e-bikes and urban cycling.

These websites are a great resource for cycling enthusiasts of all levels, providing news, reviews, and features on all things cycling, including professional racing, gear, training, and more. They offer a wealth of information for cyclists to learn, stay informed and updated on the latest developments in the cycling world.

Here are a few links to other cycling resources, organised as web sites, shops, university clubs and open clubs.

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About the author

My name is John Swindells and I'm a keen recreational cyclist with a preference for long one-day rides. I've also previously dabbled in time trialling and cyclo-cross. See more of what I get up to on Strava!