PRESS RELEASE – Immediate Release
Greenville, SC – April 1, 2010. The best source for cycling news and resources in the Southeast has arrived: CarolinaCyclingNews.com. Until now cyclists in the Carolinas haven’t had a central source for regional cycling news and information. There are numerous cycling sites that promote an event or provide a resource to find a cycling club or bike shop. But with information for cyclists spread out over so many sites, it is not disseminated effectively. Some sites are focused only on races and often incomplete, so races are not getting the attention they need. The new cyclist has a hard time finding local clubs and training information.
“The idea developed when I was trying to find information about racing and locating a cycling club to join, however none of the sites contained the local information I needed. The sites I did find were very hard to navigate through. Also, I wanted to know about the local racing news but that wasn’t being covered anywhere,” says Neil Browne, publisher of Carolina Cycling News.
CarolinaCyclingNews.com provides a central hub for the seasoned cyclist, veteran racer or weekend rider to find the latest cycling news, valuable training tips, a place to sound off about a cycling topic or the 411 on when and where the next ride is. The front page will feature the latest local stories plus product reviews and interviews with southeastern riders of interest. Of course, there is also the crucial calendar of racing events. The road racing calendar is complete and a mountain bike as well as fun rides/gran fondo ride calendars are coming soon. Have a training question or want information on a subject? Training questions are answered by Wenzel Coaching coaches. The forum will also provide an opportunity to tap into local knowledge about upcoming events.
CarolinaCyclingNews.com celebrates the culture of cycling by sharing the stories of the local scene. We capture the excitement of the great races happening throughout the Southeast region and follow local competitors who devote themselves to the sport. As American competitors and teams become a stronger presence in international racing, we need to increase our support of local cycling to develop future competitors and the American races needed to hone their skills. Carolina Cycling News will be collaborating with the local cycling community to grow the sport cycling in our region and throughout the U.S.
For Additional Information Contact: Carolina Cycling News: Neil Browne, Publisher, 864-354-9990, firstname.lastname@example.org