The Top 10 Cycling Blog ranking was last updated 06/07/2016.
Founded in 2010, //INRNG offers a slightly different take on cycling by covering things that often get overlooked by the mainstream cycle sports media. //INRNG offers regular news updates, opinion pieces and in-depth analysis of bicycle races such as Tour de France.
Featured in the Guardian, BBC London News, and the Independent, London Cyclist is one of the leading blogs of its kind. Founded by London cyclist Andreas Kambanis, this blog acts as a vital resource to those wanting to discover top quality cycling gear, bike-friendly routes in London and all the latest developments that affect cyclists.
Founded in 2008, CyclingEurope emerged in the very early days of blogging. Written by Andrew Sykes, author of critically-acclaimed books such as ‘Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie’, this blog is filled with extracts from his books as well as a wide range of more general posts about cycling and travel in all their diverse forms.
Founded in 2009 by Constance Winters, this blog explores topics such as the importance of proper road bike fit for women, the industry’s failure to cater to female customers as well as lighter posts such as vintage bicycles reviews.
The Washing Machine Post, claimed to be the longest-running cycling blog in the world. Authored by Brian Palmer, The Washing Machine Post offers reviews on a broad range of cycling related goods such as Jerseys, DVDs, books and of course bikes. Based in the Scottish Hebrides, Brian’s blog features scenic photographs that will make you want to start cycling right now!
Authored by Tejvan Pettinger, a British cyclist known for his success in UK hill-climbs and time trials, Cycling Uphill offers expert advice like cycling uphill techniques and preparing for long distance rides. As an active cyclist who is passionate about the sport, his blog offers that personal touch which resonates with his readers.
Juliet Elliott has been labelled as one the most influential women in cycling and is also the author of the award-winning blog bikes n’ stuff. Not content with being a multi-disciplined cyclist, Juliet is also a fierce advocate for women in the sport. The blog focuses on things like beating your inner critic when faced with cycling challenges to the latest cycling gear for women.
Sophie Radcliffe, the author of Challenge Sophie, is a jack of all trades. Feeling unhappy with running a commercial division at a technology startup, Sophie decided to trade in her job for a new career in blogging. Her lively blog features posts about her cycling through the Bolivian jungle as well as a long ride from LA to Miami, covering 2700kms through eight USA states.
Using his blog as a platform, it is Mark Treasure’s hope to make cycling more accessible in the UK by educating his readers about all the latest developments. As Easy As Riding A Bike contains blog posts that detail the new cycling infrastructure in London and the introduction of cycle superhighways.
Founded in 2008 by Caz Nicklin, CycleChic: The Blog was designed to promote cycling as a desirable lifestyle and encourage more women to take up the sport. Over the years the blog has grown and featured in The Times, The Observer, and The Guardian. The blog contains everything from the most stylish summer gear to the best pannier bags on the market.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these Travel blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.