How to Organize a Cycling Team

When it comes to competitive sports like cycling, there’s a lot of training involved. And, there can be issues with recruitment, as well. Then, there’s advertising. Basically, what I’m driving at (get it?) is that you’ll need a way to get the word out about or to your competitive cycling team for a number of reasons. Communication is key when organizing a group project of any kind, and a sporting event is no different. Here are a few ways you and your team can get a leg up on the competition.

First and foremost, consider hosting a website with a domain name from Namecheap. This is an inexpensive way to combine all of your needs in one neat little package. This can be a place to direct people to who are interested in your team, whether they want to join up or simply catch your next race, and it can also be a place for your team to post the whereabouts and times of training sessions. Maintaining a website is a great way to keep everyone on the same (web) page, so give it a shot.

Next, consider starting a group text on your cell phones. Group texts are a simpler way to accomplish a similar goal as the above advice. You won’t have the public element, sure, but you can keep your team on the same page as far as practice times go, as well as where to be and when. We all carry our phones with us everywhere these days if we can help it, so your team should always be able to send and receive messages to the group thread within minutes, making this a super prompt method of communication, as well, and it can very quickly become a phone call, if need be,