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Free website has gone global is the free website that helps member find other like minded cyclists to cycle with and today celebrated is two month anniversary. Already, the site has accumulated more than 2300 cycling members and is quickly making inroads into other markets as well.

Cyclingbuddy was launched following the success of an equivalent site for runners,, which has members in 99 different countries across the world. Tony Piedade is the founder of the website and he says that CyclingBuddy has developed into a great community for cyclists and since they launched only two months ago their members have travelled in excess of 80,.000 miles and shared more than 650 favourite cycling routes.

He added that he was very pleased that members overseas are already signing up too, and that they now have members in China, Australia, South Africa, USA, Canada and many European countries, making these early days very exciting.

Members who sign up to the site are able to also benefit from a number of neat features like planning a route, saving it and downloading the GPX files ready to be uploaded into a navigation product for the cyclist to follow. Members are also able to log all of their rides and keep track of their progress.

While it is still early days for, industry partners like Madison and Chain Reaction Cycles have already seen the potential and have secured a relationship with what promises to be the leading Social Networking website dedicated to cycling.

To sign up users should simply visit

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