Let's talk about it: your bike

Show off your ride to the BikeRadar community

Got a new ride? Just bought your first road or mountain bike? Want to talk about your newly built hybrid? Come show it off to the BikeRadar community and get feedback from plenty of cyclists just like yourself.

We're discussing our bikes here (for roadies) and here (for MTBers). Come and post up yours and see what our community make of your ride. Chances are you'll pick up some great advice from other like-minded owners.

The fantastic De Rosa pictured above belongs to forum member Sigorman85 and is but one of the 6,000-plus bikes that have been trumpeted in our community pages. You can read about it in this forum thread.

Other things we're discussing include:

Like our tips on how to make the most of your cycling? Want to discuss a kit review? Need more advice on which bike to plump for or a second opinion on that new component?

You can get all that and more by talking to the BikeRadar community, where you can chat about all things bike with fellow cyclists just like you.

BikeRadar's forum now has more than 268,000 members, with more than 312,000 topics discussed (and not just about bikes!), with an average 1,500 posts every day. Whatever you want to know, there are riders in the forum talking about the same thing.

Signing up to post is a simple 15-second process and you can choose whether to receive our weekly newsletter at the same time. Just be sure to have a quick read of our forum rules before you join in the debate.

Come tell us about your bike and more: come tell us about your bike and more
Come tell us about your bike and more: come tell us about your bike and more

Seen the latest road and mountain bike gear and technique discussions going on in our forum?

Gregor is BikeRadar's Beginners and Family section editor after leading a cycling heavy youth and regularly clocking up more than 34 miles on the ride to work each day. He's interested in the lighter side of cycling, such as commuting, children's bikes and the occasional short sportive. He also helps to keep BikeRadar's forum in check, and can often be found joining in conversation threads on how to step chafing and the like.

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