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Every Second Counts and The Official Tour De France: Centennial 1903-2003
Other fine books...
Now In Paperback - Metal Cowboy: Tales from the Road Less Pedaled
and its sequel...
Riding Outside the Lines: International Incidents and Other Misadventures With the
Griz Guides PA Mtn Biking Guides - "All killer, no filler"
Cycling (A New Novel) By
The Bicycle Exchange is thrilled to share the first two chapters of this exciting new novel by acclaimed young author, Baylor University professor and cyclist Greg Garrett.
Washington Bicycling Hub: Fall '03
Edition By Charles Pekow
Mr. Pekow, a seasoned Washington journalist, provides Bikexchange.com with unbiased news on legislation and government decisions affecting the bicycling world.
Future Course of Bicycling Funding Uncertain
Funding for the "Transportation Enhancements" and "Recreational Trails Program" of TEA-21 are extended at the conclusion of Fiscal Year '03, but the future remains murky.
Brunswick Slammed With $1 Million Fine
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) levies hefty fine on Brunswick/Roadmaster for delays in reporting injuries due to to faulty Ballistic 105 forks.
Park Floor Pump Recall Alert
Unlike Brunswick, Park Tool reports promptly to the CPSC that its PFP-2 floor pump has caused numerous injuries and is being recalled.
Bicycling Paintings By Amy Queen
Her cycling works are colorful and impressionistic, unique and beautiful. This is the second installment of her paintings on this Web magazine. Click to see paintings #4 and #5. (Click to see paintings #1, #2 and #3 from our Summer '03 Features).
"Life Is a Bike" Column
By Gianna Bellofatto
How can you argue with our straight talking, cycling humorist-essayist? In her 13th gem of a column for Bikexchange.com, there's simply no denying that...
A Bike Is a Bike
Lance, Go! (No wait, come back.)
Will Lance Armstrong take up the cause as "The Great American Bicycle Person"? Our cycling essayist from Florida is looking for someone who will, once and for all, lead the masses out of the house and on to our favorite two-wheeled vehicle.
Cyclotoon by Neal Skorpen
Neal's refreshing and timely Cyclotoons celebrate the bicycle and slam the automobile. And sometimes they're just plain fun. His work has appeared in Oregon Cycling, Cycling Utah, The Comic News and other papers. Two new humorous cartoon gems showcase bikes of the animal kingdom and those of ancient times. One hits hard with political satire. Click on his new contributions #7, #8, and #9.
Another timely selection from the Ghost of Features Past.
Andy's Lesson on Gears and Changing Speeds By Andy "The Mechanic" Wallen From Fall '01 Features
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 Fall '01 column.
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