Here is our list of the 3 best resources for cycling related questions but if you're time short, can't find what you're looking for, or you're just plain confused get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you out.
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1. The British Cycling Website
The British Cycling Website is a great place to start. Answering some good basic questions from 'What is a Sportive?' and 'How to Ride in a Group' to Event Listings. It often answers questions we were too embarrassed to ask.
2. The Global Cycling Network
It might look a little intimidating but don't be put off, we learnt how to change our pedals, deal with chains and insult people correctly thanks to these guys. Full of training resources too should you feel so inclined.
3. Ride with GPS
Getting your hands on some good routes and following a map (on your phone, Garmin, whatever) makes a big difference. It takes the pressure off navigating and allows to concentrate on enjoying the ride. Ride with GPS is the easiest and most comprehensive tool we've found to help with route planning or find pre-planned routes to follow.
Still looking for an answer or don't even know what question you need to ask? Get in touch and we will give you a hand.