We’ve introduced a free news feed to the Cycling Weekly site, so that you can easily get up-to-the minute news headlines from the cycling world on your desktop or your won website…

News Feeds or RSS – what is it?
Short for “Really Simple Syndication,” RSS is a feed that consists of a list of headlines. For instance, CyclingWeekly.co.uk’s RSS feed supplies continually updated cycling news headlines – with a link on each headline to the article, in case you would like to read more.

How can I get CyclingWeekly.co.uk’s RSS feed?
To create your own customised page where you can receive feeds from CyclingWeekly.co.uk, you need a dedicated RSS ‘aggregator’ or reader software. Some readers run on your desktop and behave much like common e-mail software, while others are web-based.

Web-based RSS readers:
My AOL
MyYahoo!
Newsgator
Bloglines
Pluck
My MSN

Once you have decided on a method of reading your news, you can subscribe to the feed in various ways. Once you have clicked on the RSS button you can drag the URL of the feed into your news reader or cut and paste the URL into a new feed in your news reader.

Desktop sofware:
FeedDemon
Thunderbird
NetNewsWire (for Macs)

What are the benefits of using CyclingWeekly.co.uk’s RSS feed?
Because our feeds automatically update as stories are added to the site, as a CyclingWeekly.co.uk user, you receive dedicated stories straight to your homepage or desktop.