FAQ

  1. Is VeloProject.com a racing only club?
  2. Why do you have articles on the web site not related to the club?
  3. What are the benefits to riders?
  4. Why would someone and their family want to join the group?
  5. How do people not that interested in the kit deal benefit from membership?
  6. I am not interested in "Race Cut" clothing, can I get my kit in "Club Cut" instead?
  7. Why is there old news on the home page, shouldn’t those old posts be deleted?
  8. I can’t find an email address on the web site, why not and how do I contact you?
  9. Why isn’t the charity ride coming up next weekend listed on the website?

A. Is VeloProject.com a racing only club?

No. While we are building a race team, the main focus of the club will be recreational cycling.

B. Why do you have articles on the web site not related to the club?

We are trying to build traffic on the website, not only with our members but with anyone interested in cycling, health and nutrition. As traffic builds on the website advertising with us becomes more valuable to our sponsors. It also opens up other
opportunities outside of sponsorship for the club to generate revenue.

C. What are the benefits to riders?

See our About page

D. Why would someone and their family want to join the group?

See our About page

E. How do people not that interested in the kit deal benefit from membership?

See our About page

F. I am not interested in "Race Cut" clothing, can I get my kit in "Club Cut" instead?

Yes. Club jerseys are available in Race Cut, Womens Cut and Club Cut. If your membership form does not offer the Club Cut please make a note on the form indicating that you want the Club Cut. See
the Verge sizing chart here.

G. Why is there old news on the home page, shouldn’t those old posts be deleted?

VeloProject.com website is setup in a blog format. A blog is a web diary, as a diary we don’t rip pages out once the event has past. The old news will eventualy be pushed off of the home page into it’s respective category when new posts are added
to the site.

H. I can’t find an email address on the web site, why not and how do I contact you?

We deliberately did not include any email addresses on the website to thwart the spambots. You can contact us through the contact form located here http://www.veloproject.com/contact.

I. Why isn’t the charity ride coming up next weekend listed on the website?

Probably because the webmaster does not know about it. Contact the webmaster through the contact form to let him know about the ride. You can also post the ride in the forums which is probably a good
idea to get more visibility for the ride in addition to contacting the webmaster.


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