This is interest link worth looking at and interesting way to promote the website the ‘Review Centre‘. There £500 in Evans Cycle Vouchers up for graps, all you have to do is come up with a question to ask Nick Coley up work for Evans Cycles, how hard can that be!
Hope you all got copy of the Rough-Stuff Journal now! my journals landed on my doormat on Monday. It’s look like I am going have to plan about two half months of rides for May, June and part of July in case the Journal late again if you have any ideals for South Lakes Group rides please let me know about them!
Here around up of the cycling news and interesting web sites on the web, you may enjoy looking at The Chap Magazine website ‘Which takes a wry look at the modern world through steamed up monocle of a more refined age occasionally getting its sock suspenders into twist at the unspeakable vulgarity of the twenty first century’ I think you get ideal what the website about.
If you interest in news about Shimano, the technical editor of the cycling news website has been testing the Shimano Dura Ace 7900 Group set, from the Sustrans website ‘Get fit, save money turn the clock 10 years – what’s the secret?’ about the launch of www.bikebelles.org.uk a cycling website for women. The 5O Best Cycling Gear by Simon Usborne on the Independent website. A Crawley teenager attempts unicycle record from The Argus website. Another Jerk Recipe and Jerk Chicken from the hungry cyclist website. Kona Bristol Bikefest 2009 by Michael Wilkens on the bike magic website about this year’s Bikefest which will be on the 6th to 7th June.The bicycle diaries: From England to India on two wheels – preparation begins on the Telegraph website. Biological passport : 10 years beyond other sports from Bike Rader Website.The latest issue of Bike Biz is online here. Women in cycling still a minority in the UK bike trade on the bikebiz website. How to cycle to work and look chic on the Times website. If you interest in cycling betting: Velotips – Cycling Betting Odds website is worth a look.
If you concerned about off-road motor cycling especially in the National Parks you may like to visit the web site of the Campaign Against Rogue Motorcycling.
On 31st March membership of the Rough-Stuff Fellowship stood at 561 members which is bit of improvement from the start of the year and also nice to see that 17 new members have join so far this year.
Also noticed from the site stats that someone been using www.keywordspy.com to research what words we use on the site, I wonder why? Its worth having look at www.keywordspy.com just have play on the search engine and type in your favourite website and see the top ten words use on the site.
I have not had time to update the About the RSF Section of the site with the changes to the RSF Committee after the AGM at Easter. So here they are: John Kemp is the New Membership Secretary, Geoff and Lynne Rowbotham are the Public Relations and Advertising Officers and Calum Mc Roberts has taken over from John Bedwell has the Journal Distribution Officer.
In finishing did you know every time the Rough-Stuff Fellowship get a local group going membership of the RSF increase by 30 to 40 members.
Yes the site does have forum which does have nine members and they have made 44 posts on the forum so I would please ask you if have any news about cycling in your area why not let other members know about it or just want to have good moan about something please join them by posting something on it!
Here another interesting website to look at is Impressions from bicycle travels its Cycle touring photography website run by Paul Jeurissen and Grace Johnson of their travels around the world, well worth having look at!
The on-line Bike Touring Archive is interesting website of about 400 bits of useful information, links and local information from around the world etc.. its free to join and add your information on to the archive, what good ideal!