Bicycle World.TV was originally created to support our weekly TV show called Bicycle World. The show aired on Fox Sports Network in the summer of 2007 in the Southwest region. The show was also seen in select markets around the country via Direct TV and reached over 6 million households in its first year.
As an avid rider I believed so much in the fun of bike riding that I decided to apply my marketing and media experience to something I really love - cycling.
I created Bicycle World.TV to be a resource for cycling enthusiasts who appreciate all disciplines of riding and for the special talents each one demands. In my travels with riders from all over the world, I found that people who love riding want to know about the entire world of cycling. They want to know what’s happening across all disciplines. Bike riders want to know about bikes, parts, food nutrition, riding places and who’s who in riding.
So I created Bicycle World.TV for the passionate cyclist, the purest that loves all cycling and all the beauty that surrounds it. From that vision I believe Bicycle World.TV covers the unique, better than any other site or media. We write stories free from advertiser pressure because we don’t sell advertising. Sure we have advertisers and even sell products, but it’s because they have proven themselves worthy of promotion by our test riders on the road or on the trail.
Bicycle World.TV believes in quality products that perform and give superior value. And we believe in quality programming. Bicycle World.TV doesn’t cover mainstream or “me to” brands. We leave that to other web sites. Our viewers like that we cover boutique products cool events and great bike industry people from all around the world.
I hope you like what we are trying to do here as we continue to push our ability to deliver what you want and in the right format. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome via the contact us page or in the comments section under any story. We are always looking for contributors, story ideas and products, so don’t be shy. If I don’t hear from you electronically, I hope to see you at the races or on a trail.