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Every Second Counts and The Official Tour De France: Centennial 1903-2003
Other fine books...
Now In Paperback - Metal Cowboy: Tales from the Road Less Pedaled
and its sequel...
Riding Outside the Lines: International Incidents and Other Misadventures With the
Griz Guides PA Mtn Biking Guides - "All killer, no filler"
Roller's Derby (How
to Avoid the Mistakes I Made Along the Way) By
Winter's here and there's an alternative to pedaling through the slush: cycling on rollers indoors. But it's no walk in the park! Check out a Texas cyclist's hard-knocks intro and conversion to rollers.
Hub: Winter '04
Edition By Charles Pekow
Mr. Pekow, a seasoned Washington journalist, provides Bikexchange.com with unbiased news on legislation and government decisions affecting the bicycling world.
New, Uniform Signage for Bike Lanes, Paths Mandated
Look for new traffic signs and street markings relating to bicycling in coming years. The Federal Highway Administration has revised its rules on the subject and uniformity across the fruited plain is now mandated.
Helmet Law Works, Research Finds
Study finds that California's youth helmet law has significantly reduced traumatic brain injuries in children in bicycle accidents.
So Why Bike?
By Jill Homer
Utah cyclist answers the age-old question that keeps those who've never toured by bike scratching their heads. Yes, loading up that road bike and climbing those scenic hills holds indescribable rewards and the author thinks you should climb aboard, too.
Book Review: Cycling
By Gianna Bellofatto
"The novel meanders like a great ride and reads like a great story," writes our Life Is a Bike columnist about this compelling new book by a young cyclist-author-professor from Baylor University.
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. His newest 'toon is a must for all tongue-in-cheek followers of astrology, er, that is, cycling astrology. Click on Cyclotoon #10.
Another timely selection from the Ghost of Features Past.
From Winter '02 Features
In Search of Sun By Theresa Russell
Some bikers fight winter on the Lifecycle at the local YMCA. Others, like our seasoned cycling writer, deliver a death blow to winter by traveling to those perfect warm spots for cold, wayward cyclists. Cycling in three pleasant locales is described.
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