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Thoughtful, unique books on life and cycling...
Traffic Life: Passionate Tales and Exit Strategies & The Art of Bicycling: A Treasury of Verse
Other recent Lance Armstrong Books...
Lance Armstrong: Images of a Champion & Every Second Counts and Lance Armstrong: Historic 6X TdeF Champion
Tour de France for Dummies
In Case You Missed It...
Exclusive interview with 5-time Tour de France winner, Bernard Hinault
Hub: Spring '06
Edition By Charles Pekow
Mr. Pekow, a seasoned DC journalist, provides Bikexchange.com with unbiased news on legislation and government decisions affecting the bicycling world.
Pedalers Finding Transit Agencies Peddling More Services
A Transportation Research Board study says services for bicyclists through transit agencies vary from place to place, and can include much more than well-known amenities like bike racks and space on commuter trains. How about bikestations, lockers, paratransit vans, and ski lifts?
Talk About Your
Uphill Battle (maybe we need to be using lower gears) by
Cycling essayist-humorist usually chooses two wheels over four and wishes more folks would do the same.
Royal Ride for Kids by Gianna Bellofatto
Our 'Life Is a Bike' columnist finds that a colorful, clever new book for kids teaches a lot about bicycles, but more about life in her review of Sally Jean the Bicycle Queen (book for ages 4-8).
Of Books, Covers, and the Judging Thereof by Chip Haynes
Our Florida cycling essayist can be one tough reviewer, but he finds more than one silver lining in his critique of Traffic Life: Passionate Tales and Exit Strategies, a wide ranging anthology of fiction, nonfiction, cartoons, poems, paintings and sculpture photos, all examining the effect of the automobile on the lives of pedestrians, cyclists and society (and it features a classic story by Ray Bradbury!).
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. In this current Cyclotoon #15: Move over, Johnny Appleseed! Here comes Johnny---
Time once again for this classic piece from the Ghost of Features Past.
From our Fall '01 Features...
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.
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