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We asked Maurice
Tierney, Publisher, Dirt Rag, to give a prediction for the next century...
"I predict we'll burn up
all the fossil fuels in our SUV's and all start riding bikes
everywhere again. Then we'll live in a Utopian society where
people actually get
along with each other. Peace."
for Cycling In the 21st Century
Two distinguished leaders in cycling journalism
and one editor of a peculiar webzine known as The Bicycle Exchange--each
takes a look into the crystal ball to see what will emerge in the cycling
world in the next 100 years. Here's a random sampling of what they find...
Editor-In-Chief and Publisher, The
Tierney, Publisher, Dirt Rag
Jim Joyce, Editor,
this here webzine, The Bicycle Exchange
- The Next 100
Years: The Shop Owner/Mechanic's View
Our own bikesmith/wordsmith
bears an uncanny resemblance to Nostradamus. Or is that Rasputin?
Classic Andy pulls no punches and sends a few New Year yuk-yuks yer
Yourself By Geoffrey Husband
"Steel the One" choice
for frames, as European cyclist (and fan of steel) explains in depth.
Peninsula Beckons Bikers By Theresa Russell
What has caused the love affair
between cyclists and this off-the-beaten-path, obscure part
of Mexico? Distinguished Ohio
author and tour operator unravels the
Reading: A Review of the Book, Happy
Poignant, entertaining memoir of
mother-daughter tour is critiqued by seasoned
author/mother/cyclist/teenagers' tour operator.
- Bridges To
the Heart: A Review of the Book, Cycling
the Covered Bridges of Ohio By Jim Joyce
This gem includes 11 detailed,
self-guided tours (all of which include a collection of covered
bridges), plus neat history and facts on these beloved structures.
- From The (tbe)X
Timely selections from the
Ghost of Features Past.
Is Your Tandem
Ready For Spring? By Rodney Moseman
mount that tandem without reading these tips from PA
Beat the Winter
BLUES By Jim Wright
breaking your piggy bank suit up safely and comfortably
the cold--advice of seasoned racer from Wheeling, WV.
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