-ious suffix. Characterized by, full of.
cy·cle·lic·ious adj. Wondericiously full of bicycles. Example: “Hmmm, this website is yummy and cyclelicious.”
Social Media Connections
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Disqus/YokotaFritz (on old nickname)
My name is Alex, I’m a bike enthusiast and I’ve recently been reading some articles on your site. I found your site offering quality content and I want to ask if you also accept guest posting. I love writing about biking, and I would love to compose for your site. I have already written a couple of articles, and I could send you samples if needed. I do have a lot of topics in mind, but I’m also open to your proposals.
Please let me know if you accept guest posting, and I will be more than glad to offer interesting content for your readers to enjoy.
Love your blog!
Check out this video I found
I plan to use a picture you took of Carlton Reid in a booklet that I am writing on behalf of the Authors Licensing and Collecting Society about new ways for journalists to benefit from their work. I am letting you know here, in line with your request. I will, of course, credit you and let you know when the booklet is out.
Incidentally, you may be interested in my site: http://www.cycling-books.com
How are you? We are currently producing a great documentary about a bunch of amazing cyclists and I thought of sending you some info in case you think you could talk about it on your site/newsletter. It is very inspirational and I think you will be interested.
We are following a group of cyclists as they prepare for the London 2012 Paralympic games. Juanjo lost his left arm and left leg in an accident 20 years ago and then he found cycling and has since become the Spanish cycling champion. Eli just took to cycling a few months ago after Juanjo raced by her car and now she is one tenth of a second away from qualifying to represent Spain at the Olympics. Them and a bunch of other cyclists formed the “Pirates Team”, a group of inspirational, socially committed cyclists that break all barriers and stereotypes and show how much good cycling can do for so many people.
You can watch two of our trailers here:
I am 100% certain that you will find them inspiring.
They only take a few minutes s to watch and the more people that watch them will help our page hits increase and that may help us find sponsors/patrons.
Can I ask a big favour? If you like them, can you cut and paste these links and send them on to friends and colleagues please or publish them on your facebook page or site? And if you are on facebook you could add as a friend - www.facebook.com/imparablesdocumental
Or you can download the press pack here:
And finally, if you want to give me any feedback, then I really look forward to hearing from you.
Many thanks and best wishes.
DanielPolanco on behalf of
I wanted to reach out to the bicycle community and let them know about a kickstarter that I am launching to fund a month long road trip to finish the shooting for my ghost bike project. Hopefully, you forward and repost this link and maybe even become a backer (every dollar helps). I greatly appreciate you taking the time to look at this link and pass it along.
Check out the project here:http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1004330446/the-ghost-bike-project
hey Rich, thanks for all your work on this blog. love all the info.
thought i’d share a video i made here locally… would love the share if you dig it..
“Back to Earth” – a visually stunning short film about a group of friends on a S24O from Fremont, CA to the Marin Redwoods through San Francisco. Scored by SF electronic ambient duo ELLUL.
thanks for your time & keep on keeping on!Chin
I was wondering whether you would like to come and join us for this beautiful ride spanning the UK: https://vimeo.com/52461757
I made the video, you are more than welcome to post it on your site.
Hope you can make it over and check out Britain with a bike.
Let me know. All the best,
I am the current social media intern at the PBS show, Pedal America, and we educate viewers on bike safety, maintenance, and wellness.
This is not intended to be a PR release, but if you feel that our show is relevant to you and your audience we would love to further promote your blog on our various social media outlets.
Thank you for your time.
Hi Cyclelicious –
In the spirit of your recent biking music video posts, here’s a two-fer, a holiday-biking music video:
Hope you like it – and feel free to share with all your friends on the road, trail and interwebs.
Nora and One Left
My name is Loren and I am looking for an opportunity to contribute articles to your site. We sell prescription sunglasses for cyclist and all sport activities, and there are some new sport-specific lenses that your readers would be interested in. We occasionally publish articles with PR Web, but the material is more suited to your readers than the general public. Our goal is to get our site as well ranked as your blog, so we’re hoping to be more visible relevant places like your blog.
By the way, if there is a specific topic you need information on just let me know. We have done a ton of research on how polarization effects sport enthusiast, new digital lens designs for progressive lens wearers, and lens colors that work best for you.
I look forward to hearing back from you.
ADS Sports Eyewear
I’m a regular reader of your blog and have enjoyed the articles and tips you provide.
I have crossed paths with a new start up called StemLite. They launched a Kick Starter 3 weeks ago at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1266057078/stemlite-integrated-bicycle-light
I would love to hear what you think about this cool new product.
If you would like any more information, please contact me.
Don’t know if you saw this (you’re usually 2 steps ahead of me, if not a kilometer) – http://blog.sfgate.com/bicycle/2013/05/10/al-fritz-schwinn-sting-ray-inventor-dies-at-88/ Cyclists of my generation have lost one who inspired many of us.
Hi, my email is email@example.com. I’m a member of the City of Oceanside Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee, the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, VP of the North County Cycle Club and a few other bicycle related entities. We here in San Diego greatly appreciate your CHP incident tweets and map. Is there any way you could help us get the same info
From our local police agencies? We do have fairly good working relationships with them and anticipate good cooperation in developing such a reporting system.
Thanks, Paul Nevins
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