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paperback, from the Charles Kuralt of Bicycling...
Metal Cowboy: Tales from the Road Less Pedaled
The Wonderful Rail Trails of Spain By Theresa Russell
Pleasant off-the-beaten-path riding, striking scenery, delicious native food, good digs, and great company highlight an organized tour completed by this seasoned cycling travel writer. Photos Included.
"Life Is a
Bike" Column By Gianna Bellofatto
You may have been "born in the saddle" or "born to bike" but are you really Born Again as a biker? Our cycling essayist-turned-mystic explores this question in this tenth column in her ongoing series.
The Born Again Cyclist
Three Cartoons By
Mr. Hawkins is a full time professional cartoonist with many feathers in his helmet. His work has appeared in, among other publications, Reader's Digest, Forbes, Boy's Life and Guideposts. The Bicycle Exchange is proud to post three of his recent cycling cartoons.
Sweat, Got You Covered (Or Free Rx for Cane Creek Air Shock)
By Richard Arnold
Mama always told us not to judge a shock by its cover. But she also said a shock saved (from dirt) is a shock earned. So she would be especially proud of Mr. Arnold's free solution to a potentially costly problem. Photos included.
'n Bolts from the Summer '02 Ask the Mechanic Column
By Andy "The Mechanic" Wallen
We borrow two Q&A's from our resident handyman/advisor's most recent column. In each instance, Andy the Soothsayer urges amateur mechanics to be smart and cautious when adding "spacing" to the rear wheel hub.
Bikexchange Summer 2002
Cyclist Poll By Our
During a typical summer week, how many hours do you spend on a bike? See just how often the rubber meets the road (or dirt) for the Bikexchange visitors? (Posted 6/23/02)
Another timely selection from the Ghost of Features Past.
Cyclists Oath: Protect and Defend...Your Skin By Jim Joyce From Summer '99
It's summer and that sun is pretty darn hot. Repeat after me: "I, (state your name), do hereby pledge to remember the 3 big skin care tips from this article."
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