There are many ways you can now connect with the VC167 when out and about on a ride. This website will always be here of course, but this is a fairly static home in a dynamic Web, so this post explores where else our members can catch up on their fellow members’ activities.
We have a private Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/912308048803872/ . You’ll need to be verified for access to this group as it’s closed to everyone except our members. We also have a public Welcome to VC167 group on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/veloclub167/ . This is a group run by members specifically to welcome new members into the club, and as such, is open to all Facebook users.
We’ve recently created a new Google Group which offers members much the same functionality as Facebook, without the need for a Facebook account. If you’re a member of the club, you’ll have received an invite to the group.
More speculative references to VC167 can be found on other platforms. Try giving #vc167 a search on both Twitter and Instagram. We don’t promise the most recent and relevant content on these streams – they’re much more context sensitive that the more static platforms, so you can expect to see more content on Twitter and Instagram in the UK summer months, and when key events such as PBP and LEL are taking place.
Some of our members also have their own blogs online, and you can catch up with them here: https://vc167.org.uk/members-blogs/.
We’re continually evolving how VC167 is viewed on the Web. It’s entirely up to you how much you wish to engage with that – all of this is optional; there’s nothing better than just riding your bike without any kind of real-world encumbrance, we totally get that. Equally, others love to keep the world informed of their exploits, and there’s plenty of folks ready to read it.