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World Cycling Atlas



                                                                 

The Worldwide Cycling Atlas is a great site to follow if you’re interested in an organization that’s passionate about supporting cycling initiatives and biking advocacy.

 
 
About the Atlas
 
Cycling is not just a way of getting around, it is a way of getting together. People all around the world have combined their passion for cycling into finding ways to make the world a better place.
 
Whether the bike is a hobby, a workplace or a lifeline it represents the freedom to be oneself and to give that little bit more to others.
 
In this spirit we at Selle Royal want to pay a tribute to all those who are passionate about riding and pursuing their beliefs.

Last year we selected and supported 3 emblematic stories about cycling and standing up for one’s convictions.

Riding on the success of the first publication of Worldwide Cycling Atlas book, we are now proud to present the second edition of Worldwide Cycling Atlas.

We are developing  a worldwide map showing the most significant initiatives, organizations and bike riders that share our vision of cycling and life.

To find out if you are eligible, visit the Participate page.

Selle Royal not only support cyclists, it supports their passion, their dreams, and the way their understand life.

Manifesto 

Ride a bike.

And discover it’s not only a form of transportation,
neither a way of life.
Look around. It’s a common pleasure.
Something the richest person on earth
and the most humble man can both enjoy.
And when you enjoy something,
pleasure turns into energy.
Energy that not only takes you from one place to the other,
but also turns the world into a better place.
A place where everybody chooses to burn calories
over burning fuel.
Where people make things happen
instead of clicking the “Like” button.
Where the thing you love the most
can push you forward.
Finding this place is up to you.
It’s not on your couch,
It’s not on TV.
It’s not at your door.
It might be hard to imagine two wheels and a chain making a difference.
But we do.


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