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Internet discussion forums allow us to connect with other like-minded individuals without leaving the comfort of our own homes. Whether your interest lies in touring, recumbents or vintage iron there is a forum catering to your particular interest. They are a valuable resource of cycling information and advice.
CycleChat Based in the UK, non-commercial CycleChat is a fast growing discussion board with over 7000 active members. All mainstream areas of cycling are covered, with particular emphasis on road bikes and commuting. CC is a friendly source of cycling knowledge for beginners and experts alike.
Bike Radar Professional, slick and very popular commercial UK forum. A lively component of Future Publishing's website which serves their four cycling titles; MountainBike UK, Cycling Plus, What Mountain Bike and ProCycling.
Customcycles A small, close-knit, friendly and enthusiastic group of British bicycle hot-rodders. Predominantly Brit iron gives this custom community a unique flavour. Unsurprisingly the iconic Raleigh Chopper features heavily.
British Human Power Club The forum for BHPC members and anyone else with an interest in recumbents, velomobiles or HPVs. Discussions about the British Championship Series of races, fairing design and construction, aerodynamics, ergonomics, cutting edge technology and who's getting the beers in at the next social.
Frameforum The forum for framebuilding enthusiasts! TIG welding, brazing, frame jigs, BikeCAD, finishing... and the latest handmade bike shows: discussions on all aspects of building your own bike.
CycleBanter Banter about cycling. This forum has a wide range of topics including unicycling, recumbents and retro, as well as your general chitchat, with Australia and UK specific sections.