How do I keep up with all of the team activities?
Luckily, there several ways for you to keep up with all of the information being posted on the website. Several of these are described below!
As a member of the ten20 team, you'll receive periodic email newsletters, about once a month. This newsletter will outline the fun and exciting things we're up to as well as updates about the week's team rides, any clinics that are available and other team or cycling related events.
Ride email list
From time to time the team leaders or members wish to put the word out for ride partners or impromptu rides. So that we don't clog up inboxes, please email
that you want to be included on the ride email list.
Facebook and Twitter
Hook up with us on www.facebook.com/teamten20 and www.twitter.com/teamten20. Our social media pages will be updated with new information about posts and features also found on the website. It will also be the place where updates and conversations are had about rides. Wondering if we're going to have a ride today? Check out Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates!
What is an RSS Feed? RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and is one way of keeping up to date with the posts made on your favorite websites. It is usually best if you're someone who has a lot of blogs or websites that you read every day or every couple days. You will be able to have all of the new and updated information ready for you to peruse when you're ready! No need to go to 20 different sites to see if they've updated- all of the new updates are waiting for you to read. For an RSS feed to work best, you will need a feed reader- this is a program that will collect all of your website "feeds" in one place for you to access. A popular feed reader is Google Reader, but there are many to choose from.
RSS feeds can also deliver recent blog posts to a "bookmark" location on your browser. This is helpful if you use the same computer every day and makes it easy to check if our site has updated.
Note: RSS Feed Readers are efficient for people who usually read material from many websites as often as once or twice per day. Having this feature won't improve your access to the Team ten20 site unless you will use it regularly or choose an RSS reader that can email you about new content.