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Traffic Life: Passionate Tales and Exit Strategies & The Art of Bicycling: A Treasury of Verse
Hub: Spring '07
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. This season's column examines the progress of 'Non-Motorized Pilot Project,' which will evaluate major improvements in bicycling infrastructure in four targeted communities across the U.S. Will the folks spend more on two feet and two wheels, or will they continue to put the pedal to the metal?
Better Cycling Infrastructure: The Solution?
Fun In the Haiku
Factory (You must be seventeen.) By
Our cycling essayist-humorous has discovered the joys of haiku. He says there's no better place to compose a cycling haiku than in the saddle--with eyes on the road ahead, of course. Five, seven, five. Five, seven, five...
Cyclotoon by Neal Skorpen
Neal's refreshing and timely Cyclotoons celebrate the bicycle and slam the automobile. His work has appeared in Oregon Cycling, Cycling Utah, The Comic News and other papers. In this current Cyclotoon #19, Neal turns to a bit of art history and turns a smile on the editor.
King for the Day by Jerry King
Jerry's cartoons have appeared in thousands of greeting cards, magazines, Web sites, books, newspapers, newsletters and children's books. His client list includes Disney, American Greetings, The United States Golf Association, and many others. Jerry's magazine credits include Better Homes and Gardens, Golf Digest, The Saturday Evening Post, National Enquirer, Woman's World and hundreds of others world wide. Click to see his very first cartoon posted on The Bicycle Exchange: #1
Andy "the Mechanic" Wallen and Gary Fisher at Interbike '06
Our own Ask the Mechanic columnist meets up with legendary mountain bike builder, Gary Fisher, at the 2006 Interbike Show in Las Vegas. Exclusive photo.
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Is Your Tandem Ready For Spring? By Rodney Moseman
Don't mount that tandem without reading these tips from PA tandem enthusiast.
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