DMOZ - Sports: Cycling

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The DMOZ Cycling category is dedicated to cataloging all the significant cycling resources on the Internet.

The mission statement for the Cycling category is: "Ride more!" To support that we seek to have information on where to ride (touring & maps), who to ride with (clubs and organizations), how to ride ( Road, off-road, track, etc.), and everything else in between that makes cycling more interesting.

Topics such as Triathlon can be found in their own categories. This is because these groups have their own culture and focus.

Subcategories 39

Regional 215
Bike Shops 409 Chats and Forums 31 Clubs and Teams 501 College and University 55 Commuting and Advocacy 34 Conference­s 3 Directorie­s 15 Disabled 2 FAQs, Help, and Tutorials 15 For Kids and Teens 8 Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual 4 Manufacturers 417 Men's Health 3 News and Media 43 Organizati­ons 501 Personal Pages 30 Safety 25 Science 2 Shopping 214 Software 4 Travel 424 Video Games 20 Women 13
Antique and Collectibl­e Bikes 23 Audax and Randonneur 13 BMX 96 Choppers 6 Human Powered Vehicles 40 Indoor 1 Lowrider 0 Mountain Biking 160 Polo 2 Racing 117 Railbikes 2 Tandem 14 Track 13 Unicycling 28 Winter 5

Related categories 3

Recreation Motorcycles 1,554 Sports Multi-Sports Duathlon 5 Sports Multi-Sports Triathlon 212
Bicycle Power Active links in the fledgling world of power-assist systems for bicycles.

Other languages 31

Bahasa Indonesia 2 Català 20 Česky 120 Dansk 61 Deutsch 1,492 Español 97 Esperanto 7 Euskara 3 Français 121 Hrvatski 35 Italiano 169 Lietuvių 11 Magyar 61 Nederlands 141 Norsk 7 Polski 73 Português 9 Română 5 Slovensky 5 Suomi 3 Svenska 57 Türkçe 21 Български 11 Русский 26 Українська 12 עברית 6 فارسی 3 日本語 110 简体中文 9 繁體中文 2 한국어 0
Last update: February 1, 2017 at 7:45:06 UTC
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