About Cycle Polo

Cycle Polo - the Sport of Horseless Kings and Queens

Simply put, cycle polo is much like equestrian polo, except that the horses have been replaced with bicycles. Rules vary from one organization to the next but attempts are underway to create only one or two sets of internationally recognized rules. The general idea is for players to hit a ball with mallets, attempting to score in the opposition goal, all while riding a bicycle. Rules are implemented to prevent collisions and keep play fair. Cycle polo is a non-contact sport, and helps develop excellent bike handling and control, all while encouraging fitness and fun.


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Made on a GS Last updated: Jan 23, 1997

tsetse, Vancouver, Canada
E-Mail: tsetse at direct dot ca