Your #1 Cycling Events, Bike Races, Rides & News Resource
Find cycling events & bike races in one place – no more searching obscure, multi-sport websites. Keep up with your community. Enjoy the best sport in the world.
Finally, there’s one place where you can find both sanctioned events and fun rides, gran fondos and gravel races, crits, road races, cross races, mountain bike races, fat bike races, donut rides and more. We live for cycling and so do you, so why not put them all under one roof?
Clipped In provides cycling news, events, discounts, a shop with cycling products selected especially for you, a comprehensive cycling event calendar, races, rides, bike shops and teams in all disciplines: road cycling, mountain biking, cross-country mountain biking, downhill mountain biking, cyclocross, track cycling, fixed gear racing, BMX and triathlon. Clipped In’s My List feature allows you to create your own race calendar. You can post your own bike races, cycling events, group rides, cycling team information, bike shop and coach bios for free.
That’s because we know you want localized and specific cycling events and news, a social network that speaks your language and access to a wide network of cyclists without all the irrelevant stuff. We understand your passion for this sport, that you thrive on cycling-specific information and love racing and riding your bike.
Clipped In’s ultimate goal is to grow the sport of cycling, increase rider numbers and make it easy for riders to find bike races and cycling events. That’s why it’s completely free to post your event on clippedin.bike. Join the thousands of other cycling event promoters who have chosen to list their event on Clipped In for more visibility and rider participation.
We are currently working with race-registration companies to automatically post events to Clipped In. If you would like to see your race registration company automatically send your event to Clipped In for free, send them a message.
Do you need to spread the word far and wide about your cycling event to get as many riders as possible? (After all, there’s nothing like a bike party.) Clipped In can help. Send us an email and we can discuss an individualized plan that best suits your event.
Partners, sponsors and product manufacturers
With such a stratified market for information dissemination, we understand how frustrating it can be to reach a big audience of cyclists with an affordable yet comprehensive marketing strategy. It feels a little bit like climbing a 20%-grade hill with no donuts in sight.
With Clipped In, you can engage that audience in one location and provide cyclists what they are looking for – deals, discounts, product information and more. You can even sell products directly through our store and directly talk to cyclists through our newsletter. Why depend on antiquated marketing methods when there’s an easy button?
Who we are
Necessity is the mother of invention. – The Cable Guy
When we decided to race bikes, we had no idea how to find a coach, find a team or find events. We hadn’t even heard of a national cycling governing body, and we’re not alone. We realized millions of would-be riders could benefit by accessing all of this information in one location; thus the birth of clippedin.bike.
Clipped In brings new participants to the sport by breaking through cycling’s insular reputation and making “getting started” transparent and open source. We have spent thousands of glorious hours attending races, community cycling events, group rides, cycling education clinics and community forums all at which people have consistently told us how much they rely on Clipped In as their #1 cycling resource. We want to welcome new riders because we too were once in their pedals.
Sarah Muench, Publisher, co-owner
Sarah Muench lives for crit racing. Her favorite offseason food choices include coyotas, champurrado and taqueria Johnny’s II, all of which can be found in Hermosillo, Mexico. Muench, who lives in Phoenix, Ariz., holds an M.S. in Global Technology and Development and a B.A. in Journalism, both from Arizona State University, for which she raced collegiately and won a road conference championship. She is also a state criterium champion. Muench serves as an assistant director for the Southwest Collegiate Cycling Conference and is a board member for ASU Cycling.
In addition to Clipped In, Muench owns a media/marketing consulting business, Launch Media Consulting. She also enjoys working in international development and has previously has worked with with Mountain2Mountain, a nonprofit that aids women and children in Afghanistan and supports the Afghan women’s national cycling team. Her past life includes working as a journalist and editor for the Arizona Republic and as a communication director for the Mayor of Phoenix and the Arizona Legislature. Muench has won an Emmy in TV production and a Best Breaking News award for her reporting on serial criminals. She is fluent in Spanish and loves traveling to Latin America and developing countries.
Todd Woodlan, Web developer/designer
Todd Woodlan’s favorite riding involves going fast and turning left for very short distances. He’s a California-based track sprinter who divides his training equally between the velodrome and the nearest donut shop. In between rides, Todd recently managed to finish up his PhD in philosophy of technology at University of California, San Diego where he focused on health tracking technologies.