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  1. The Bicycling Guide to Complete Bicycle Maintenance & Repair: For Road & Mountain Bikes (Bicycling Guide to Complete Bicycle Maintenance & Repair for Road & Mountain Bikes) by Todd Downs, 2010-09-28
  2. Bicycling Science, 3rd Edition by David Gordon Wilson, 2004-04-01
  3. Bicycling The Pacific Coast by Vicky Spring, Tom Kirkendall, 2005-10-01
  4. Bicycling Magazine's New Cyclist Handbook by Ben Hewitt, 2005-11-29
  5. Bicycling for Women by Gale Bernhardt, 2008-11-01
  6. Ride Your Way Lean: The Ultimate Plan for Burning Fat and Getting Fit on a Bike by Selene Yeager, Bicycling Magazine Editors, 2010-08-17
  7. Bicycling Medicine: Cycling Nutrition, Physiology, Injury Prevention and Treatment For Riders of All Levels by Arnie Baker, 1998-09-29
  8. Bicycling for Dummies by Allen St. John, 1999-04
  9. Bicycling the Blue Ridge, 4th: A Guide to the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway by Elizabeth Skinner, Charlie Skinner, 2004-05-10
  10. The Noblest Invention: An Illustrated History of the Bicycle by Editors of Bicycling Magazine, 2003-11-15
  11. The Bicycling Book: Transportation, Recreation, Sport
  12. One Less Car: Bicycling and the Politics of Automobility (Sporting) by Zack Furness, 2010-03-28
  13. Bicycling in Florida, 2nd ed. by Tom Oswald, 2007-10-30
  14. Touring the Islands: Bicycling in the San Juan, Gulf, and Vancouver Islands by Peter Powers, 1988-07

1. Bicycling Magazine: Bikes, Gear, Training, Reviews, Maintenance
bicycling Magazine features bikes, bike gear, equipment reviews, training plans, bike maintenance how tos, and more, for cyclists of all levels.
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Bicycling Blogs, Video, GPS and More All Blogs Women on Wheels
For all of our female friends who ride This Just In
Breaking news and product reviews Sitting In
Bill Strickland's notes from the heart of the pack New Flavors
All new bikes and gear for the trail The Slipstream Chronicles
The mission for the Slipstream Team is clear: race drug free and win. Follow their season with us Changing Gears
We want to hear from you in our Reader Story Blog Fit Chick
Welcome to the Fit Chick Blog...essentially a Tri Blog with a wider lens Boulder Report
The one and only from Joe Lindsey. Reader beware All Over The Map
GPS rides and maps from all over the world Sitting In: The Offal Truth You can be as prepared as ever for a race, but you might still end up stinking. READ MORE Boulder Report: Pop Quiz OK, it's April 1. Which of these cycling-related news stories are jokes? READ MORE Bicycling Training Tips: Harder Efforts, Better Results A new scientific study shows that when the going gets rough on a ride, you'll fare better by dropping the hammer than easing off the gas READ MORE Olympics Watch, Track Bike Racing: Worlds Report, Final

2. Tour De France 2007 At Bicycling
Complete Tour de France 2007 coverage at bicycling Magazine. Learn about the Tour?s history, winners, routes, bikes, stages, and more.,6805,s1-7-0-0-0,00.html
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Expert Reports And Live Blogs Generation Next
Despite all the turmoil at the 2007 Tour de France, an exciting group of young riders emerged to help pedal the ProTour into the future
Lance Lends A Hand On Discovery's Big Day

Armstrong nervous, but lends a hand to calm Discovery stars as Leipheimer and Contador have the rides of their lives.
Vinokourov Hires Landis' Counsel

Vino has disputed the findings of the French lab LNDD, and he's hired the two guys who helped Floyd fight them to represent him
Do You Believe In The Tour?
Our editor-in-chief asks himself this hard question at the 2007 Tour Where Do We Go From Here? This question is the legacy of the 2007 Tour Stage 20: Contador Wins The Tour de France Italian Daniele Bennati notches stage win on Tour finale, but the young Spaniard Alberto Contador takes home the real prize David Millar's Slipstream Diaries The Millar Diaries: Calling It Quits At Paris-Nice David Millar makes the hardest decision for a cyclist to make at Paris-Nice 2008: to stop racing.

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Tour of Flanders - Sunday, April 6th
Sunday, April 6th is the 92nd Tour of Flanders Ronde van Vlaanderen ) in Flanders, Belgium. This one-day race is noted for its many steep hills and cobblestone roads. It always takes place a week before Paris-Roubaix ; both are considered among the major events on the European pro tour. I always love these kinds of races; they produce some of cycling's most legendary performances. Belgian rider Johan Museeuw, known as the "Lion of Flanders," won the race three times between 1993 and 1998. If this video here one of my all time absolute favorites showing him in the 2002 Paris-Roubaix racing over the wet cobblestones with mud all over him, crazy fans jumping out in front of him, etc., as he took off on a 50 km solo attack doesn't capture the essence of a cycling race and the heart of a champion, I don't know what does. "Only those who are in top condition can say that the Ronde is not hard. For everyone else, it's the Way of the Cross

4. Bicycling Life Home Page
A useful and relevant resource for those wishing to use their bicycles for touring and commuting. Includes many articles and links that will appeal to
A Web-site for Everyday Bicyclists. Page One Site Map Feed Back Questions? Bicycling Life
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About Our Site
News And Views
Bicycling "How-To"s
Solutions for Little Problems,
Adjustments, and Repairs.
Practical Cycling
Using Bikes in Everyday Life
Safety Skills
Street Smarts for Bicyclists
Safety Issues
Effective Advocacy
Advancing Cycling Issues
Getting Involved
Position Papers
Research and
Source Documents
Welcome to Bicycling Life
We intend this site to focus on the Good News about Bicycling as a means of transportation and recreation in everyday life.
Edlin's Crank An exquisite study by our favorite artist, Taliah Lempert
(Used with permission) Like Edlin, who's crank appears above, you may not have a racing bike (regardless of the pretentious logo), but if you have a bike, any bike, you can join the human race instead of the rat race. A quiet evening ride or a trip to the store does not require a $2000 bike. M any bicycle web sites are "event" oriented. Lots are interested on races or racers. Most are seasonally oriented, and a few are advocacy oriented. We are not disinterested in these things. We are simply more interested in the promotion of cycling as a "normal" means of transportation for every day travel needs as well as recreation and healthy exercise.

5. The WWW Bicycle Lane
A comprehensive and well organized list of bicycling resources on the Internet.
Site Index
Lance Armstrong's
It's Not About the Bike
Search the Open Directory Cycling categories
Hot Links
Bicycle Commuting and Advocacy

6. Bicycling Magazine
The bicycling Magazine website. bicycling. A popular road and mountain biking magazine. Includes practical tips to make riding more enjoyable.
Bicycling. A popular road and mountain biking magazine. Includes practical tips to make riding more enjoyable. Magazine Directory

7. Safe Bicycling - NSC
bicycling is one of the most popular ways to get around, whether for recreation, sport or transportation. An estimated 57 million Americans ride bikes
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Safe Bicycling
Bicycling is one of the most popular ways to get around, whether for recreation, sport or transportation. An estimated 57 million Americans ride bikes ranging from high performance, 18-speed, touring models, to "dirt bikes" equipped with balloon tires—and dozens of variations in between. The Council offers the following tips for safe and enjoyable bicycling:
  • Obey traffic rules. Get acquainted with ordinances. Cyclists must follow the same rules as motorists. Know your bike's capabilities. Remember that bicycles differ from motor vehicles; they're smaller and can't move as fast. But, they can change direction more easily, stop faster and move through smaller spaces. Ride in single file with traffic, not against it. Bicycling two abreast can be dangerous. Bicyclists should stay as far right on the pavement as possible, watching for opening car doors, sewer gratings, soft shoulders, broken glass and other debris. Remember to keep a safe distance from the vehicle ahead. Make safe turns and cross intersections with care. Signal turns half a block before the intersection, using the correct hand signals (left arm straight out for left turn; forearm up for right turn). When traffic is heavy and the cyclist has to turn left, it is best to dismount and walk the bicycle across both streets at the crosswalks.

8. Bicycling On Cape Cod
bicycling on Cape Cod. Usually, these folks are from offCape, Map of Rail Trail Extension Bicycle Route Second page, following route description
Orleans Bike Rally, June 2005, C.C. Trails in the middle with the ladies.
Bicycling on Cape Cod Even though our focus is on walking, users have asked us for information about
bicycling on Cape Cod. Usually, these folks are from off-Cape, and thus do not have
access to the printed material available in local bookstores. Many of us who walk
regularly are also bike riders, so we can be of some help. Consider this as a work in
progress, however. First, we will show scanned maps of some of the paved bicycle trails. Then we will add,
one at a time, descriptions of road routes that we know and like. Only experienced bicyclists
should ride the roads of Cape Cod. Family groups in particular should only ride on paved
trails. Everyone should wear a helmet. You only need it once!
Maps Map of National Seashore Bicycle Trails in Eastham and Truro Map of Shining Sea Bikeway in Falmouth Map of Bike Paths on Martha's Vineyard Map of Bicycle Trails in Nickerson State Park ...
Map of Rail Trail Extension Bicycle Route
Second page, following route description Map of Bike Paths in the Town of Dennis Route descriptions begin on second page Nantucket Bicycling East Bay Bike Path, Rhode Island

9. - Bicycling
Welcome to the Bay Area’s resource for bicycling information. Here you’ll find the new 511 BikeMapper, route maps, locations of lockers and racks,
511 BikeMapper SM Bay Area Bicycle Maps Bikes on Transit ... Bike Classes SEARCH BICYCLING: Suggestions
Bicycling Site Directory
511 BikeMapper
, route maps, locations of lockers and racks, information on how to take your bike on public transit and across Bay Area toll bridges, how to ride safely in traffic, tips on commuting, bicycle resources and more. New to biking? Register with the 511 Ridematch Tool to find a Bike Buddy and start today! Check back frequently for announcements of upcoming events and activities for bicyclists. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Bike to Work Day 2008:
Thursday, May 15
More information
Thunderhead Alliance's "Winning Campaigns" Training:
April 11-13, San Francisco
Join your fellow bicycle and pedestrian advocacy leaders to learn from expert coaches and each other about choosing, directing, and winning campaigns to increase bicycling and walking.
More information
Updated Web sites:
The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, in its continued effort to disseminate information and technical assistance on pedestrian and bicycle safety, has updated and redesigned its Web sites

10. The Bicycle Community Page
bicycling Community Page. Coming Soon! The new improved BCP will be coming soon! The Old Pages are currently online. Get involved with local bike
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The new improved BCP will be coming soon! The Old Pages are currently online Get involved with local bike advocacy: join Bikies

11. Calumet Crank Club
A group of bicycle riders in northwest Indiana who like to ride together as a club.
Porter EMT Bike Medics Tom Felton and Mike Eckhardt receive two new bikes from the Club. Lakeshore Century Chair Person Bobbie Cyzyk and Club President Mary Spruitenburg make the presentation along with bike medic bags for the EMT's medical equipment. The presentation was made at the March 3 meeting. Money to purchase the bikes came from the 2007 Lakeshore Century event. A big thank you to all those who helped make the 2007 Lakeshore Century a big success: Although Mother Nature does play a big role (what spectacular weather we had, the success of this ride truly hinges on the continued support of the committed members of the Calumet Crank Club and the bicyclists (some 410 in 2007) who return year after year from distances near and far to enjoy food, fellowship, and some pretty spectacular views of Lake Michigan and Northwest Indiana. Thanks for supporting bicycling and the Calumet Crank Club. A special thanks to Bobbie and Len Cyzyk for the countless hours they devote to making this event happen. Click here for a picture with the Tomasics of Gary Gianetti who chose our ride for the Indiana leg of his 50 state tour!

A North Carolina association providing information concerning pedestrian and bicycle issues to planners, engineers, private citizens, advocates, educators,
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The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center Library is a centralized, Web-based collection of pedestrian and bicycling-related materials and documents compiled by practitioners and researchers from across the United States and abroad. These include sample pedestrian and bicycle plans and planning tools, design guidelines, research and safety studies, pedestrian and bicyclist articles and white papers, case studies, and links to presentations, videos, and other web resources. Search the Library to find helpful information, or contribute to the library by submitting a resource you have found useful. Learn More
  • Bikesafe
    The Bicycle Countermeasure Selection System (BIKESAFE) provides information for improving the safety and mobility of bicyclists.
    Bikeability Checklist
    Take a ride through your neighborhood to find out how bikeable it is.
    If your community is considering building a new bicycle facility, you can use this tool to estimate costs, demands, and economic benefits.
Upcoming Events
EcoCity World Summit 2008 American Planning Association 2008 National Planning Conference
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News Articles
Cabinet earmarks NIS 100 million for cross-country bike routes, camp sites

13. GABA Tucson Homepage
GABA Tucson Chapter, promoting interest and involvement in all aspects of bicycling by scheduling day rides and tours, and organizing the annual Great
Greater Arizona Bicycling Association
Tucson, Arizona
Day Rides / Biketivities 2008 Calendar Local Rides/Routes Tucson Bike Rentals ... GABA Buck$
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Contact Us Purpose Bylaws Meetings ... Links
Club Meeting
Monday, April 7th at 7 PM
Annie's Ride, scheduled for April 5th, and GABA ride, April 8th. Click for details! Or contact Judy Bolt, 512-0442 or Join us to hear Peter Zheutlin discuss his new book, “Around the World on Two Wheels: Annie Londonderry’s Extraordinary Ride,” with a richly illustrated PowerPoint presentation featuring many original images Annie Londonderry herself used to illustrate lectures she gave about her travels as she crossed the United States in 1895. Called “the most extraordinary journey ever undertaken by a woman” by the New York World, Peter’s presentation takes us back to the gay 1890s when women seized the bicycle as an implement of personal and political power and daring feats of ‘round the world travel' held millions in thrall!
Public welcome!

14. Bicycle Fixation Bicycling And The New Civility
bicycling for a new civility. Articles, essays, reviews, galleries, and elegant functional clothing for bike commuters.
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Contact -community -comments -submissions -advertise with us About -mission -credits/staff This site was formerly Living Room , but before that, it was The Bike People . We have simply returned to our emphasis on bicycling in the city in the context of cultural, social, and environmental sustainability. All our former content is still available through the article indexes on the left. Bicycle Fixation The bicycle is antithetical to sprawl, to isolationism, to waste. The bicycle is complementary to community, economy, sustainability, and self-reliance. In this age of mindless consumerism, of atomized populations living in boxes, working in boxes, and traveling in boxes, almost always alone, with only the electronic voices of their new feudal lords to guide them through life, the bicycle becomes an instrument of gentle revolution. Multiply the strength of your body with each turn of the crank, and multiply the strength of your heart with each fellow rider you meet, on the street and in these pages. Find yourself here.

15. IMBA - International Mountain Bicycling Association
A nonprofit, public-supported organization. Promotes mountain bicycling opportunities that are environmentally and socially responsible.
Preview IMBA eNews Monthly eNews - Free Subscription
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Outdoor Alliance Working to Protect Roadless Areas
Kona Bicycles and IMBA Announce Four Epic Ride Events for 2008 Seminar for Professional Trail Contractors Offered at IMBA Summit Mountain Bike Magazine Tour at Sea Otter Will Benefit IMBA California ... More news... Membership


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Join us in Park City, Utah for the 2008 IMBA World Summit - June 18-21.

16. WSDOT - Biking In Washington
Photo of Two Bicyclists with scenic lake and mountain background bicycling plays a big role in Washington s transportation. Whether you are a casual or

Safety Recreation/Touring Commuting ... Commute Options Bicycling plays a big role in Washington's transportation. Whether you are a casual or serious rider, a bike commuter, a bicycle tourist or a bike-curious to bike-expert transportation professional, we hope this page will help you locate useful information on bicycling in our state.
State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update
Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Grants Other Funding Sources Designing for Bicycles ... WSDOT Home

17. :: National Center For Bicycling And Walking
The National Center for bicycling and Walking , Bicycle Federation of America, walking and biking, pedestrian safety, physical activity, active living,
Newsroom Pro Walk/Pro Bike Conference CenterLines Newsletter Workshops ... Forum
To this end, the NCBW provides bicycle and pedestrian advocates and professionals, transportation engineers and planners, public health specialists, and others with easy access to the information, training, tools, and experts they need to foster active living through community design. From its Bethesda, Maryland headquarters and five satellite offices, the NCBW delivers a broad array of programs and services, organizes and presents the biennial Pro Walk/Pro Bike conference , produces a bi-weekly e-newsletter (CenterLines) , provides community organizing and training workshops , publishes the on-line NCBW Forum as well as special reports and studies, and manages two comprehensive web sites ( and

18. Bicycling Street Smarts - Table Of Contents
A compact tutorial on how to ride a bicycle in mixed traffic.
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Street Smarts
Bicycling Street Smarts:
Riding Confidently, Legally and Safely
About Bicycling Street Smarts Introduction
  • Off to a Good Start ... Bicycling Street Smarts
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    20. - Chicagoland Bicycle Federation
    The Chicagoland Bicycle Federation is a nonprofit, volunteer-based bicycling advocacy organization that has been working since 1985 to make bicycling
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    View the complete here Walkable communities key to residents’ health Posted by Margo O'Hara Experts said in Reuters that designing walkable communities is a cost-effective way to cut the obesity crisis in the country. The problem, according to one expert, is zoning. House passes critical funding bill Posted by Sherry Daun The vote: This is a great win for trail-users and the Safe Routes to School users alike. The Transportation Enhancements and Safe Routes to School Transparency Act will create procedures to safeguard that these federal monies will fund the best projects consistently and transparently. Are you LinkedIn? Posted by Margo O'Hara Thanks to volunteer Laura Roeder, the Chicago Bicycle Federation is now on the free online networking site

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