#1

stickybottle.com or irishcycling.com ??

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morana Registered User
#2

cyclingireland.ie

Raam Registered User
#3

High Nellie said:
stickybottle.com or irishcycling.com ??


Both.

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Caroline_ie Registered User
#4

Sticky bottle is growing on me thb. I like the way it's uncluttered and easy to read.

Jep Gambardella Famously Vigorous Service Provider
#5

Sticky Bottle has the advantage because it's written in English, but would still look at Irish Cycling for domestic stuff especially pre-race info.

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reallyunique Registered User
#6

Perhaps it's just my eyesight but the picture on stickybottle of Dan Martin looks like he's just won his first street luge event. Gets my vote just for that and the much better layout of course.

GlennaMaddy Registered User
#7

High Nellie said:
stickybottle.com or irishcycling.com ??

Stickybottle for its RSS feed, used to check irishcycling daily

Junior Registered User
#8

I've stickybottle in my Google Reader along with other cycling feeds, sadly that option isn't available on the 90's design of irishcycling. I'd check into Irish Cycling once a month or so.

Cookie_Monster Registered User
#9

neither

#10

Cookie_Monster said:
neither


Alternative(s)?

#11

RedTube.com for "different" riding positions

#12

I really dislike the name Sticky Bottle. It doesnt evoke an image of cycling in this country. It think it should be changed, to what I am not sure.

It is a nice site and well presented. I like the layout and content, best of luck to those behind it. Well done - just find a more suitable name. (Maybe, cycling in rain and covered in sheep ****e)

D20903 Registered User
#13

You do know what a 'sticky bottle' is?

#14

D20903 said:
You do know what a 'sticky bottle' is?

Yes I do. But it is a generic term, and does not conjure up a website devoted to Irish cycling. It could be any cycling website, from anywhere.

Raam Registered User
#15

ROK ON said:
It could be any cycling website, from anywhere.


And indeed it is a cycling website, from Ireland

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