Study: Top 50 of the most influential cycling blogs + Facebook and Twitter friends…

28 04 2010

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Influence is a complex subject. It may come from many different angles and platforms and changes constantly. As you probably know, one of my big passions is mountain biking (Photos, 4:50 Club). The Frenchness in me has little to do with it since I was only playing golf back when I was living in France… I know, living in Colorado has turned things upside down and probably for the better :)

Anyhow, we are always and increasingly measuring influence for our clients and I thought I’d give a run down of what the cycling industry looks like from an influence point of view. I extracted 50 of the most influential sources of information from a larger pool. Ranking method: in-links between each other in the pool only. While they have influence, I removed pro-mags (e.g. VeloNews or CycloCross Mag) and stores like (CompetitiveCyclist or UltraRob). I also looked at Facebook and Twitter for corresponding influence there. To my point earlier, influence is not a one way street but a complex system of resonance which may lead readers and consumers to think and act accordingly. Influencers not only influence the masses but also influence each other throughout the social media sphere. Have I missed any of the top 50 you think should be on this list? Please let me know in the comment section below.

You know, 5 years ago, just looking at a blog list may have been enough. It’s not anymore. I could have spent many more hours on other networks such as YouTube, Flickr…. but looking at Facebook and Twitter gives an additional spin on the original ranking.

Here are a few observations:

  • Obviously some very influential bloggers are still ignoring the 400 million Facebook user pool. Only 20 out of 50 have a Facebook Page. It makes somewhat sense as many for those blogs are run by individuals and it poses some personal vs business brand questions.
  • Twitter is a lot more commonly used (37 out of 50) by bloggers as a method of discussion or republishing of their news rather than Facebook.
  • Clearly most big bloggers don’t follow back much e.g Bike Snob NYC’s ratio of 5k followers for 35 following. I can only assume that they find their news through other methods.
  • As much as there is a vast quantity of cycling blogs, these are clearly of a professional grade (I removed pro mags).
  • ~10% of ladies in the top 50. But that 10 percent clearly have a lot more esthetically pleasing sites :)

I also want to thank Andreas from London Cyclist Blog which I discovered through this research. Even though I seem to have come up with different results it was most helpful to learn from him and discover twitter handles.

And now for the drum-roll…the list moving from most influential to least (inlinks only)

Blog(inlinks in the pool) Facebook Fans / “Likes” Twitter Followers & links TwitterFollowing
1 Bike Snob NYC 60 5,819 35
2 Fat Cyclist ? 9,238 33
3 Urban Velo 1991 1,152 75
4 Cyclelicious 207 2,786 1,633
5 BikePortland.org 402 (friends) 4,603 331
6 League of American Bicyclists 1,398 2,872 1,694
7 EcoVelo 709 689 115
8 Copenhagenize.com 84 (mbers) 1,332 22
9 Cycle Chic™ 84 (mbers) 582 399
10 Bike Hugger 1,219 5,041 2,090
11 Up in Alaska ? ? ?
12 Belgium Knee Warmers 347 441 377
13 Bike Commuters 236 (group) ? ?
14 Commute by Bike ? 2,009 2,012
15 Kent’s Bike Blog ? 297 209
16 London Cyclist Blog ? 1,747 250
17 Bike Blog NYC ? 1,276 1,044
18 Bicycle Design 1,215 1,484 523
19 RidingPretty 123 22 7
20 Bikerumor ………………………….2,700 2,670 121
21 Bikes and The City 340 31 1
22 Drunkcyclist.com ? 339 201
23 All Hail the Black Market ? 959 918
24 Chic Cyclists ? ? ?
25 Streetsblog New York City 498 3,820 513
26 Amsterdamize 33 731 347
27 Prolly Is Not Probably ? 2,083 384
28 A view from the cycle path ? ? ?
29 Let’s Go Ride a Bike ? 620 356
30 Cycling Tips 1,074 (FB app, nice!) 2,179 438
31 Epic Riding 2 513 378
32 Vélo Vogue 91 234 151
33 RocBike.com ? ? ?
34 Red Kite Prayer 211 472 189
35 Bike Commute Tips Blog 902 298 140
36 Bad Idea Racing ? ? ?
37 Cozy Beehive 214 426 252
38 Lovely Bicycle! ? ? ?
39 Jeff Kerkove 1251 friends 781 161
40 Gwadzilla 666 ? ?
41 Trackosaurus rex ? ? ?
42 Guitar Ted Productions ? ? ?
43 MnBicycleCommuter ? ? ?
44 VeloDramatic – A Pedal Turner ? 345 28
45 Embrocation Cycling Journal 857 1,234 202
46 Dave Moulton’s Blog ? 2,257 1,548
47 Quickrelease.tv ? 3,133 788
48 Girls and Bicycles ? 278 44
49 Cycling Inquisition ? ? ?
50 Fixed Gear Blog 26 2,790 2,079

Now as we can see, if we look through the Facebook “Like” lenses, Bikerumor would have been ahead of the, Urban Velo, League of American Bicyclist (an org, not a individual) and Bike Hugger when it comes to influence on this network. In a similar fashion, on Twitter, Fat Cyclist would have been ahead of Bike Snob NYC and BikeHugger if we only looked at the number of followers (debatable again).

What doesn’t this study talk about? It’s a ranking and therefore it fails to understand the 3 dimensions of influence: Trust per topic, Real-Time vs Long Tail, Resonance across mediums.
But it’s a start. I’ll certainly study more of this amazing world of influence in cycling over the upcoming season and would love your feedback and thoughts.

Cheers,

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76 responses

28 04 2010
sgltrak

Thanks for the list of blogs. I look forward to checking out some with which I am not familiar. Nice to see a local and some familiar blogs on there, too.

28 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Mike. Yes I discovered several I didn’t know through this project including Jeff Kerkove’s local here indeed

28 04 2010
Richard Masoner

Obviously a lot of effort tracking those numbers down!

I’ve gotten in the habit of posting everything to my personal FB page rather than to my site’s ‘fan’ page! Thanks for reminding me about it.

28 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Yes now “Like” page may serve you better since you’ll hit the 5000 limit as some point probably with an individual page and the cyclecio.us brand may actually over take you at some point as we move into larger movement of curation / media outlet. I’d be curious to see what you’re planning into the future. Let’s talk if you would.

28 04 2010
andikam

Hey guys, thanks for the mention of my top 50 list. It is much appreciated. Very interesting to see your take on the list. I’m always looking for ways to improve my stats so there’s definitely some good things I can learn from here.

Thanks again and thanks for mentioning all these great blogs, I’m sure everyone appreciate the extra linkage as much as I do :)

28 04 2010
Yann Ropars

And thanks to your for research as well Andi. There is a lot to be said about lists but when start diving such a specific and great community it’s great to look at multiple angles. I’ll make sure to keep track of yours!

28 04 2010
Brian Mullin

I updated my twitter account to match my website, but my facebook (linked to twitter) is under my personal name. It can be a lot of work promoting yourself, I seem to keep myself very busy just trying to keep content up!

29 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Ditto Brian and it’s harder to even expect where the marketing resonance may come from. Being everywhere is a full time job but blogging is the mothership, right? Linking accounts may be a double edge sword as well if it’s too much out of context even brings some serious time saving…

28 04 2010
Kent Peterson

Interesting list. Some of us actively avoid Facebook for reasons ranging from philosophical differences with their privacy policy to a simple desire to spend some time doing things instead of spending so much time posting about things.

29 04 2010
Yann Ropars

I hear you Kent, it increasingly feels like we’re living a Deja Vu … Msft > Facebook (owned 10% by Msft btw). Riding is certainly more interesting than chatting all days long but all you guys have made an art of it. Btw, the Seattle bike project is same same we have here in Fort Collins with the Bike Co-op http://fcbikecoop.org/programs/index.php … very cool!

29 04 2010
Trisha

Hey Yann! Thanks so much for including us in such good company; I look forward to checking out a few of these that I hadn’t heard of before. I noticed you linked to the old version of Let’s Go Ride a Bike, though — since January 2010 our blog can be found at letsgorideabike.com/blog . I don’t know if this affected our standings on the list WRT number of followers, etc.

Discussion of FB vs. Twitter is interesting, too — we’ve gone with Twitter over FB mostly because it allows us more personal privacy.

29 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Hey Trisha,
Indeed I kinda knew this and it’s mostly that your legacy site is referred to by many others in the community. Your legacy site is probably not there yet. I’ll update this if you would. FB allows you to create a “Like”/Fan page which would keep your privacy concerns safe as you actually can never tell own are the admin of a fan page. FB just implemented last week Open Graph and you can see all the ‘Like’ button appearing on website around the world.

I’ll update the list to reflect your new site as you’ll probably regain your rank quickly with such great content. Thanks for the feedback.

29 04 2010
Shelly

Thanks for the list, nice to be a part of the 10% ladies blogs. How well timed this is too. I just revived my Twitter presence after leaving it go adrift and forgotten. Now to attend to FB. I am so interested in learning more about system resonance, so off I go. Thanks for your good work!

30 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Hey Shelly, and you for your hard work. I’ll be writing more about resonance but obviously you’re doing very well already resonance wise. You may benefit from having your blog as a subdomain of your site and not a different site currently. This may help with a seamless experience for your users. Cheers.

30 04 2010
Stephen

hmmm, I’m sure it’s hard to find them all, but I wonder where I would rank?

30 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks for showing up, I’ve added you to our database Stephen. Will see how your blog compute in the future :) Keep up the good work!

30 04 2010
Stephen

oh yeah, this might help,

http://ashevillejanes.blogspot.com

30 04 2010
James

Hi Yann,

Interesting list and analysis! I use both, but I am definitely more active with Twitter than Facebook. For the Facebook fan page, I post updates occasionally, but mainly rely on the blog’s RSS feed to generate content. Both FB and Twitter are good traffic sources, but Twitter is the platform that I chose to actually interact with my readers.

By the way, I was happy to see Bicycle Design in the #18 spot. I made the move from my old blogspot domain to a dedicated URL a little over a month ago. I lost quite a bit of page rank in the process, but it is slowly coming back. Wish I had made that move to WordPress long ago.

30 04 2010
Yann Ropars

Here you go James, you’re the perfect example of what I mentioned to Shelly below cf. moving to your own domain. WordPress is the platform we use as well… thanks for sharing your experience with this.

30 04 2010
Robb Sutton

What? No love for Bike198.com with thousands of subscribers worldwide?

Great list though. There are some great sites on there.

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Hey Robb, sound like your traffic has gone through the roof since Dec 09′ – Thanks for the feedback. Its only inlinks from the community, not from the entire internet. I view influence as a community mechanism like a hive in other words…
You know your traffic better than anyone so must be doing something very right.

1 05 2010
Doug

Thanks Yann for the mention. I know there is a lot more I could do to get more exposure (Twitter, FB), I’m a bit surprised to make the list…and honored to be in such great company.

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Doug, it sounds like others are pointing to you as reference so kudos to you. Keep up the good work!

1 05 2010
Lovely Bicycle!

Hello and thank you for including me in the list.

You raise some interesting points about influence and the tools used to make one’s internet presence more meaningful.

In response to your comments about facebook and twitter: I have established neither of these for “Lovely Bicycle”, simply because influence and uber-popularity are not necessarily the aims of my blog (not that there is anything wrong with either). I feel that all this business with fans and followers and link sharing can foster competitiveness among thematically related blogs, and this is not something I enjoy. For this same reason I do not display the blog’s Followers on the sidebar and I feature a very limited number of links (basically only to those websites whose owners I know personally or semi-personally).

Most of the hits I get on my blog are through google searches. To me this means that people discover me when looking for specific information, and then a percentage become regular readers because they find the narrative interesting. Emails I get from readers confirm this pattern. And that is more or less how I like it. Trying to get extra attention for the blog via social networking sites would make it feel as if I am vying for popularity and would no doubt ruin my intrinsic enjoyment of it to some extent.

10 05 2010
Yann Ropars

I hear you with the intrinsic enjoyment point. Passion and hard work is no doubt what has driven such an interconnected community online. I think it’s fascinating to see the community so supporting and refer to each others. As far as Facebook and Twitter, they’ve made it quite easy to access information for new media outlet such as yours which was solely the domain of blogs and google before. It’s definitely not a ‘have to have’ but since people spend so much time on those networks, it makes it easier to connect with repeat readership.

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1 05 2010
Friedel

Thanks for the list! Every time I think I’ve seen most of the new cycling blogs, I come up with another one. Lots of great reading out there.

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thx Friedel. Trying to be thorough and discovering new ones every day!

1 05 2010
Ghost Rider

Bikecommuters.com (#13 on your list) is on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=34225710473

Haven’t really found a good use for Twatter yet, though.

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Ghost… updated and sorry for the miss.

1 05 2010
Richard Lee

Hello,

This is a great list. I’m disappointed I wasn’t among the 50!

best

Richard

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Richard. Next year maybe? It crowd ranked …

1 05 2010
Grizzly Adam

Thanks for the shout out. Interesting list. I’m happy to be a part of it. I’ve recently started a FB page for Epic Riding. I’m still working on it, haven’t even started sharing it yet. Well, until now I guess:

Great blog as well. Very useful.

Thanks!

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Your FB page has been updated Adam. Thanks for pointing it out.

1 05 2010
Josh Lipton

Take a look at our blog Utility Cycling when you get a chance. We’re in our first year and maybe after another year at it we can break into the ranks.

http://www.utilitycycling.org/

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Added to our master list, thanks Josh.

2 05 2010
Kristin Tieche

Thanks for including us in the list!

About a week or so, and before discovering this list, we launched a facebook fan page! As of this writing, we have 90 followers.

http://tinyurl.com/28pywdf

Also why isn’t the Grandaddy of them all Copenhagen Cycle Chic on this list?

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Kristin, I updated your FB page. Nice! Do you have Grandaddy URL? … I couldn’t find it and it hasn’t come on my radar screen yet

2 05 2010
wade

Thanks for the mention Yann. Much appreciated.

FYI, here is my facebook page with nearly 1100 readers: http://apps.facebook.com/blognetworks/blog/cycling_tips/

Keep up the great work.

Cheers,
Wade

2 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Updated. Nice Wade, you must be the only one who’s created an app for your community on FB. 166k ‘Likes’ too. Nice work. Would love to talk to you about what you do…

2 05 2010
wade

Any time Yann. It’s been the experience of a lifetime doing this blog. Lots of fun..

2 05 2010
meligrosa

hey Yann, great study!! I was actually pointed here by one of my girlfriends, who also runs a collab-all women blog Change Your Life. Ride a Bike

thanks so much for #21, i’m quite impressed! – and also very happy to know i know more than 10% of women on bikes, here in san francisco. it is a beautiful growing community and has been great to been able to meet them, and become friends

anyways, the twitter isnt my most used channel, but here is (links from FB)

http://twitter.com/meligrosa

and also find that google reader subscriptions are pretty up there, im a huge user myself.

kind regards, and thanks for all the work & bringin bloggers to check out other sites, this is a great list :D
cheers – meligrosa

4 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thank you and congrat to you meligrosa.. You mentioned your FB link but it might have been missing from your comment. Could you repost via comment? Thanks! Yann

4 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Nevermind Meligrosa, got and updated! Thanks for the catch.

2 05 2010
Kristin Tieche

Copenhagen Cycle Chic is the sister site to Copenhagenize:

http://www.copenhagencyclechic.com/

3 05 2010
Zeke Yount

Hi,

An excellent list. I’m familiar with many of the folks listed here. I’m also pleased to find some new reading materials!

I would encourage you to consider Cycling Experiences (www.cyclingexperiences.com) for your list. I find it to be a powerful blog that has an amazing amount of information about the blending of technology and cycling. For folks doing epic rides and tours, this is a great resource. In addition, the author is getting ready for his own tour this summer and is, in my opinion, going to have a significant impact on the design of future quads and trikes for touring.

Zeke Yount

3 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Zeke. I added Cycling Experiences and yours to our master list. Cheers

3 05 2010
Rich Kelly

Nice work and insight into the cycling SM community, Yann. It’s great to see how vibrant and active the cycling community is online!
Is this list dynamic in that it can adjust as the sites gain in “influence” on the different SM sites? If not, do you expect to post regular updates (if it doesn’t involve too much manual manipulating)?
Also, do you have any plans to do something like this for the “industry” portion of the cycling community? Would be interesting to see how the various bike companies are doing in SM. I suppose it would involve a slightly different set of criteria than this.

Rich @interbike

4 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Rich, it’s dynamic yes but will have to post regular updates. Re: industry portion, i would love do something like this as we’re already seeing great differences there. As you said it may have to involve a different set of criteria most likely brand who blog will not refer to each other online for obvious reasons. If we have enough blogs we maybe be able to analyze how much of the community is actually referring to those brands as well, which maybe more objective. Let’s chat if you would and see how we could get this started [yann at extanz.com]

4 05 2010
Rodrigo Langeani

Thank you for sharing these wonderfull blogs.

5 05 2010
5 05 2010
Jeremy

Yann-
Thanks for the mention.

Great to see them all together like that. And thanks for including me on your list. Does the “?” mean that you couldn’t find the Facebook page? http://www.facebook.com/pages/Embrocation-Magazine/8439643788?ref=ts#!/pages/Embrocation-Magazine/8439643788?ref=ts

Hope that helps.

Also, great job in responding to each and every comment. What a task.

5 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks for the feedback Jeremy, I updated the list with your Facebook page. Keep up the good work!

5 05 2010
volksvelo

how about the two Johns podcast Blogspot?

http://www.twojohnspodcast.missingsaddle.com/

There podcast is pretty big on Itunes. And funny too!

5 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks Heath, added to our master list. Seems very well ranked and it might make it up the top 50 during the next round.

6 05 2010
lalahsghost
6 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thanks for popping up lalaghost and you are right! Go VW! I’ve added you to our master list.

6 05 2010
robert

Hi,

You may have misssed a very large and hugely followed blog called “Bent Rider Online”. Check it out, lots of activity and a faithfull and growing readership. Even though it is recumbent specific it is followed worldwide for information and discussion on these great machines.

6 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Thank you Robert, added to our master list. We’ll see how it ranks in the future and might be most influential in that space!

10 05 2010
Darren Zielinski

Thanks for this post! Fascinating!
Although I don’t post on my blog as frequently as I should, my subjects are typically cycling/multisport industry related and address specific issues within the industry as well as some things that I have been working on.
My largest following is on my personal FB page mostly consisting of athletes, manufacturers and other industry related individuals. Twitter for me also seems to be growing nicely.

12 05 2010
laurengiff

I’m surprised you left out http://www.cyclocosm.com, one of the best, and most professional cycling sites out there. And then, of course, there is the amazing http://www.rudyrides.wordpress.com.

13 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Hi Lauren and thanks for pointing this out. Our method is clear we look at influence through through the eye of the community, not through the amount of traffic or google indexing. Readership and popularity is one thing, reference from other influential bloggers is another. Cylocosm.com is certainly a great blog and seem to rank around #59 in our list. We had to cut somewhere… Rudyride is a bit futher back but will certainly move up over time. I personally love its pictures.

12 05 2010
anonbostonbiker

You egregiously missed cyclocosm.com, which outclasses many of your “top 50″ both in facebook followers (and that’s after just opening the page this week), as well as in twitter followers. Safe to assume it outclasses a lot of those blogs in terms of wit and quality of content, too. Just sayin.’ How in the world did you miss this one?

13 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Anonbostonbiker, see my reply to Lauren Giff above. Like you pointed out we tried to explain that blogging is not the only method to build an audience and influence whom many are missing. Blogging is still the mothership of new media represent a good baseline for measurement. Clearly we didn’t mean that this list ranks influence by topic or specialty which would be another entire different study. I hope like we did learn from a few cool new blog out there. Cheers, Yann

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18 05 2010
Winona Bateman

What a great post. Thought I’d chime in for Adventure Cycling Association — not sure if we’re on your radar yet. We’ve worked hard over the last year to build our blog (http://blog.adventurecycling.org/) and our social media presence. We have just over 7400 “likes” on FB (http://www.facebook.com/adventurecycling) and around 2,000 followers on Twitter (http://twitter.com/advcyclingassoc). We also moderate the FB page for the U.S. Bicycle Route System (http://www.facebook.com/usbrs) which has over 11,000 “likes”.

Our goal with all of these spaces is to inspire more people to travel by bicycle and we get a lot of blogging inspiration from many of the top 50 blogs on your list. What a great community! Hope we can work our onto (and up) your list someday. Thanks for the great post.

Winona – media director for Adventure Cycling Association

18 05 2010
Yann Ropars

Hi Winona,

Thank you for coming forward with the ACA blog. It doesn’t seem to show up yet in the top 50 but it sounds like your engagement strategy is gathering some great steam aka FB and Twitter, that’s impressive! Keep up the good work! Engaging with the Top 50 may bring even more steam to your wonderful action!

Cheers
Yann

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3 06 2010
Jams

What about something like FixedGearGallery.com ? Did it miss the top 50 or does pure bike porn not fit the criteria? It’s not really a blog in the common sense of the term, but it’s certainly a fine example of a web log of bikes. And it’s had a lot of influence on, I was “reading” that site way before anything else.

5 06 2010
Charles Bingham

I know the Alaska Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance blog, http://akpedbikealliance.wordpress.com/, I put together isn’t ready for the list, since the blog is only a few months old and has a limited audience. But I was disappointed to see Kiril Kundurazieff’s excellent Cycling Dude blog, http://www.cyclingdude.com/, didn’t receive a mention on your list. Cycling Dude is worth checking out, if for nothing more than the list of links down the right column of the page. Also, as an Alaskan I was happy to see you include Jill Homer’s Up In Alaska blog at No. 11. I enjoy reading about her adventures, especially riding her Pugsly through the winter snows.

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30 06 2010
Chad

Nice list…interesting how we have used Facebook/website/race coverage/race commentating/coaching and Twitter to help our business AND give insight to the zaniness of our sport.

28 08 2011
Sam

The best and the only number one for me is Copenhagen Cycle Chic!! Go Mikael!

There are some really good ones out of Australia:

http://www.situp-cycle.com/

http://www.sydneycyclechic.org/

http://bellespedalsandchains.blogspot.com/

28 08 2011
Yann Ropars

Thanks Sam. I added bellepedalsandchains to our master list having the other ones already.

29 07 2012
bike_travel

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