While it is true that competitive cycling is not for everyone, it is true that competitive cycling delivers unmatched experiences for both riders and watchers. This is one of the reasons why local bike clubs and shops often organize and promote their races.
Because cycling races are so popular, they attract a lot of sponsors, including some of the biggest corporations and entertainment venues both from the offline and online world. You are welcome to try starburst slots at slotjar.com if you want to check one of such venues for yourself.
Red Bull is a company that has been heavily involved in sports sponsorships for years. Red Bull Racing is a Formula One racing team based in the United Kingdom. It is one of two racing teams in the Formula One competition that Red Bull owns. The second team is Scuderia Toro Rosso.
In cycling, Red Bull sponsors major races and events all over the world, including Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme and Red Bull Berm Burners. Among the cycling athletes that Red Bull sponsors, are Tim Johnson from the United States, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot from France, and Simon Andreassen from Denmark. On its website, Red Bull has a special submission form that athletes can use to contact the company and enquire about sponsorships.
Red Bull shows many of the cycling races it sponsors on its multi-platform channel called Red Bull TV. Red Bull TV is a digital platform that, similar to many online entertainment sites and casinos, works on TVs, smartphones and tablets. The channel is available in all countries, and is free to watch. Programming is in English in all territories, regardless of the country where a cycling race is happening. Red Bull TV is available on Apple TV.
On Red Bull’s website you can see a list of sporting events that the company recommends. The list for 2017 includes Crankworx Innsbruck, X Games, Trans-Siberian Extreme, and other races and events.