Montaña, Ruta y Chamba is always finding ways to be in the forefront of bicycle information. We’re happy to announce that Moe Ramirez will be heading up our newest initiative by tapping into a market that is has not been saturated by blogs/bicycle news sites and etc.

Our newest site will cater to the Spanish speaking cyclist!

El Ciclista Fanatico was born due to the lack of cycling sites that cater to the Spanish speaking demographic. Ramirez searched and searched for cycling sites, whether it was road, commuting or mountain but to no avail. Ramirez figured, “if its not there, then I’ll start one!” Thus El Ciclista Fanatico.

El Ciclista Fanatico will be a site that will produce Spanish content from and The site will combine all of the best postings of its sister site and be translated by Ramirez himself.

Not many people realize the potential to expose the Spanish Speaking demographic to bicycles can positively affect the industry.

The foreign born from Mexico make up three percent of the total US population, but 12 percent of the total population of California.

According to the results of Census 2000, immigrants from Mexico account for just 3.3 percent of the total population. The states with the highest proportion of foreign born from Mexico in their total populations include California (11.6 percent), Texas (9 percent), Arizona (8.5 percent), Nevada (7.7 percent), and New Mexico (5.9 percent), followed by Illinois (5 percent), Colorado (4.2 percent), Oregon (3.3 percent), and Utah (3 percent).

Courtesy of the US Census.

With all that said, we present. El Ciclista Fanatico!

El Ciclista Fanatico

RL Policar

RL Policar is an avid mountain biker and the Editor In-Chief of and Between the two sites, he's published well over 4,000 articles (and growing).