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Thoughtful, offbeat new book includes lots
Traffic Life: Passionate Tales and Exit Strategies
Recent Lance Armstrong Books...
Every Second Counts and The Official Tour De France: Centennial 1903-2003
Griz Guides PA Mtn Biking Guides - "All killer, no filler"
Hub: Spring '04
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.
Where Are the Bicycling PACs?
There's a dearth of political action committees, a.k.a PACs, in the bicycling world, when there are massive lobbies serving the interests of autos, trucking and aviation. What gives?
Mountain Bike Adventure In Costa Rica Text
and photos by
This Central American country is a mountain biking jewel and veteran rider Krolick's tour provides a fine sampling of its many trails, great food, personalities, natural wonders and other pleasantries--all off the beaten path.
Anthropology of Fanaticism: a multicultural study of wheel-lovers at Amstel
By Ella Lawrence
Imbedded in the throngs at the Amstel Gold race, writer Lawrence paints a delightful portrait of the unique character and quirkiness of corps of racing "faithfuls" who flock from different European countries to the historic Dutch town of Maastricht. It's a switch from what you might find in a typical race crowd "across the pond."
Book Review: Riding
Outside the Lines
By Gianna Bellofatto
The Metal Cowboy rides again and it's great fun, whether he's tipping a jar in Irish pub or standing awkwardly inside a nudist camp. Our 'Life Is a Bike' columnist reviews Joe Kurmaskie's sequel to his original Metal Cowboy: Tales from the Road Less Pedaled.
Is Bicycling All That
(That you'd rather do this?)
By Chip Haynes
Florida cycling essayist wonders why people who embrace new, oddball exercise regimens don't just hop on a bicycle to achieve the same end result. "Cut the crapola. Ride a bike," says Chip.
Falcon Flies Free (And another bike hits the road!)
By Chip Haynes
Mr. Chip Haynes discovers an old, discarded Falcon and restores it to its former glory...and puts another would-be cyclist on two wheels.
Bonkers by Bob LaDrew
Bob is cartoonist extraordinaire for the Delaware Valley Bicycle Club and former editorial cartoonist for the Coatesville (PA) Record. His Bonkers 'toons are sure to tickle your funny bone. Click to see his work on The Bicycle Exchange: #1, #2.
Biker Biff by Bob Lafay
Bob's clever and sometimes topical works have appeared in Dirt Rag, Hanggliding and The Wire Donkey Bike Zine. Click to view his latest addition to The Bicycle Exchange: #3
Another timely selection from the Ghost of Features Past.
From the Spring 2001 Features...
Perfect R&R for Cyclists: Midwest B&Bs By Jim Joyce
Bikexchange editor reviews guidebook--Bed, Breakfast and Bike Midwest. It's
cycling, lodging, dining and travel writing at its very best.
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