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Now In Paperback - Metal Cowboy: Tales from the Road Less Pedaled
The island of Trinidad is truly unique, the home to exotic birds and butterflies, rainforests, and plenty of hilly singletrack for riders who love a challenge while in Paradise. Our seasoned cycling travel writer describes what would certainly be a cure for the cabin fever of our current, unusually cold and snowy winter.
His Way Into History By
Iron man with a heart of gold, Dan Oshop, of Pittsburgh, pedals his way into the Guinness Book of World Records by shattering the mark for continuous hours spent riding a stationary bike. Who cares if he is 50?
of 2002 By
a corps of photographers
An assortment of photos from the past year, including:
1) Race photos of The American Flying Mile, the prelude to "The International" (formerly the Tour de Toona)
2) A classic posed photo from yesteryear.
3) An endless river of riders on a Midwest back road.
'n Bolts from the Winter '03 Ask the Mechanic Column
By Andy "The Mechanic" Wallen
In two Q&A's from the current Ask the Mechanic, our Chairman of the Board of Bicycle Repair directs bikeholders to put as much stock in choosing a bike dealer as in choosing a bike brand.
Bicycling Cartoons From Jonny Hawkins
Mr. Hawkins is a 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 of his cycling cartoons, which now number six in all. Click to view his newest, #6.
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. Click on his new cartoon contributions to The Bicycle Exchange: #3 and #4.
Cyclist Poll By Our
How safe is cycling in the neighborhoods of our fine, fellow cyclists? Is it peace, love and biking? Or is it kiss-your-padded-shorts-goodbye once you roll out of your driveway? How bike friendly is your neighborhood? Click and weigh in. (Poll posted 1/2/03)
Another timely selection from the Ghost of Features Past.
Beat the Winter BLUES By Jim Wright
Without breaking your piggy bank suit up safely and comfortably for the cold--advice of seasoned racer from Wheeling, West Virginia.
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