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CyclingNutz Launches Improved Web Site

Published February 4, 2009

SAN DIEGO, CA (BRAIN)— has launched a newly improved Web site specifically designed for cycling fans and enthusiasts. The site is an online community and resource for cyclists all over the world.

"The project was born out of cyclists' collective interests in sharing their information to the community, learning more about the sport and an overall passion for the bike. Our goal is to provide a central hub where riders can share photos, rate events, sound off on issues and keep in touch with friends," said CyclingNutz co-founder John Holderness.

Boasting an array of online communication tools, the site intends to connect riders and make possible the distribution of content that relates to them. User generated content is available to all members and the ability to rate, review and comment on all forums, blogs, photos and profiles. In addition to the social networking platform, an improved event calendar with detailed ratings is now being offered.

According to co-founder Jan Hagenbrock, the site is designed to cater to all categories and fitness levels. "We want to hear about your everyday adventures on the bike. We also want to hear what it was like to ride in the pro peloton," Hagenbrock said.

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