In article <[email protected]
>, [email protected]
(Roy Zipris) wrote:
> Jeff Shapiro <[email protected]
> wrote in message I was wondering where people go
> looking on the internet to find bicycle
> > rides. Especially, "major" organized events (centuries, multi-day rides). Are there any good
> > data bases of bike rides out there?
> A search for "bike clubs" should turn up a number of club web sites. Look in your area for local
> club web sites, which often provide links to other clubs and major event rides in the club's
> general region. For example, the assistant webmaster of one local club to which I belong has an
> amazing, compendious listing of events along along the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
> Or tell people here what part of the world you live in and ask what goes on there: someone in this
> group will know where to direct you, and even people who don't know will likely give you advice.
> --Roy Zipris
I've done a bunch of searching for bike clubs and bike events. I was mainly wondering if people had
a favorite place to go (e.g. Active.com, WebBound.com, bicycle-rides.com).
The main reason that I'm asking is because I'm the webmaster (and past bike club newsletter editor)
for an upcoming event the Colorado Springs, CO, USA, and I would like to see about getting
information listed on sites that people happen to like. (I will be posting a message or two here
once I can finally get all the information I need.