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"Life Is a
Bike" Column By Gianna Bellofatto
Seventh in her series of literary gems, our cycling columnist's latest piece captures what so many of us feel about bicycling. Go take a...
and Smell the Tulips: Touring In Holland By Theresa Russell
As our author/travel writer discovers, the country that is home to quaint windmills is the quintessential haven for bicyclists. Another excellent article from seasoned itinerant writer.
the Streetcar. Way Beyond. By
Oregon newspaper columnist discovers the thrill of railbiking via the United States' first and only commericial railbiking tour operator. All aboard!
Andy's Lesson on
Gears and Changing Speeds By
Andy "The Mechanic" Wallen
Our good Ask the Mechanic columnist was a teacher before he had to choose between education and running his growing bike shop. His educator touch is evident in this excerpt from his latest column.
Bikexchange Fall 2001
Cyclist Poll By Our
What kind of backyard bicycle mechanic are you? Can you true a wheel in your sleep? Or do you get "derailed" by a simple discussion on changing gears? Beginner, intermediate, or expert--no matter what level of bike repair you consider yourself to occupy, we'd like to know. (Posted 10/1/01, completed 12/31/01)
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