These six must-join groups will help you connect with fellow cyclists near and far, ask for advice and even search for new gear.
Cycling Advice1 of 7
Like the name suggests, this group is your one-stop shop for any cycling advice you're seeking or able to give to fellow enthusiasts. From which size frame you should get, to sharing interesting media articles—everything's fair game in this group.
Cycling Fun2 of 7
This group is perfect for anyone crazy about cycling. With a community full of cycling fanatics, you'll feel welcome from the moment you join—new members are tagged in a welcome post, and the greetings literally start rolling in. Whether you're a veteran or newbie, Cycling Fun is a great place to share pictures, adventures or even hardships experienced on the open road with your fellow cycling lovers.
Cycling Fashion Victims3 of 7
Do you ride in style? A lighthearted group dedicated to discussing the fashion do's—and don'ts—of cycling, Cycling Fashion Victims is a place to share your favorite kits, discuss new trends in the cycling fashion world and learn how to be the most stylish cyclist on the road your next time out.
Urban Cyclist Worldwide4 of 7
A group with members from all around the world, Urban Cyclist Worldwide is the place to share articles, discuss the sport, and buy, sell or trade your gear—all while learning more about cycling culture in different countries.
Mountain Goat Cyclists5 of 7
Not for the faint of heart, this group is for cyclists who love a good climb. Whether you like boasting about your greatest feats or discovering new challenges, Mountain Goat Cyclists is the group for you. And once you join, keep an eye out for real-life rides being planned in your area to bring the community off the computer and into the real world.
Your Local Cycling Group6 of 7
Riding on your own is fine, but riding with a group is so much better. Find your local community so you can not only discover weekly group rides, but meet new cyclists in town as well. What's the fun in cycling if you can't share it with like-minded people?
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