Top 10 Cycling Blogs for your Inspiration

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Do you love reading cycling blogs? Have you been on the lookout for more blogs (maybe a bit like this one) to read on a regular basis? If so, check out our Top 10 Cycling blogs to add to your reader today. This isn’t a definitive list. There are hundreds of cycling focused blogs and website out there so this is just a small, quite varied selection that you may or may not have come across already. If you want to suggest others in the comments that we’ve missed, please do.

Top 10 Cycling Blogs as chosen by Cycle Centre:

London Cyclist: A great resource for anyone who loves cycling. Andreas’ aim is to encourage more of us out on our bikes, in London or anywhere.

London Cycle Chic: Encouraging women to take to their bikes, this blog has a fashion and lifestyle slant offering tips, advice and style inspiration.

Cycling Europe Blog: Andrew cycled around Europe on a bike called Reggie. Then wrote a book about it. You can read more about this and his cycling expertise on the blog.

Travels with my Mule: The cycling adventures of Phil, a funny Yorkshireman and his bikes or Mules are documented in this personal, amusing blog.

Bicycle Design: A great resource for the design enthusiast or anyone interested in how bikes look and work.

Fat Cyclist: A very popular blog written by Elden, a self-confessed overweight cycle enthusiast, with a poignant family angle.

Road Cycling UK: A resource for expert road bike reviews, with the latest road bike features, news and advice.

Bike Ride : If you want to know what cycling events are taking place near you, this is the blog to follow.

Kents Bike Blog: Kent has lived car-free in America for over 2 decades. The blog follows his cycling adventures and DIY mechanics. A great green read.

Urban Velo: A bi-monthly magazine this site promotes cycling culture in current day cities with lots of reviews, news and video.

What do you think of our Top 10 Cycling blogs list? What cycling blogs do you like to read?

 

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