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Mechanic-racer reveals the secrets to using the Web and key off-line
sources to build a top-line bike with less damage to the bank
account. Includes exclusive, impressive list of sources for parts.
"Life Is a
Bike" Column By Gianna Bellofatto
Our bird's-eye viewer of conventional cycling finds a peck of wisdom
in our feathered neighbors as cool air arrives and long days meld into
Shifting Gears - Seasons Change
Have a seat. Today's Bike Psychology 101 lecture focuses on the
widespread but little-researched phenomenon of ...
To Maximize Performance With Less Effort! By Ed O'Keefe
The athlete's road to better focus is not Rocket Science. It's paved
by "The Three Keys," explains this blue-chip training consultant.
Presidential Election 2000 Poll By Our Visitors
We certainly have a real horse--I mean--bike race on our hands
this election. Which candidate will be the best bet for improvement of
bicycling opportunities in the United States? See what our readers think and,
while you're there, be so kind as to log your own vote.
This Bicyclist's Presidential Choice By Jim Joyce, Editor
of Andy: Shorts from the Fall 2000
Ask the Mechanic Column By Andy "The Mechanic" Wallen
A couple of dandy Question and Answer passages from the most
recent edition of our "au repair extraordinaire's" Ask the Mechanic,
including "Don't Get Shanghai-ed (China) On a Budget"
and "The Old Steel Vs. Aluminum Debate Rides Again."
The (tbe)X Files:
Timely selections from the Ghost of Features Past.
Bike MATH By Patrick Clendenon From Fall '97
Go figure, who ever knew there was so much math in cycling?
Just in time for school, this feature by young teen also appeared
in our Kids Only section.
On the Next Century of Bicycling...
We are staging a repeat performance of this timely collection
of cycling thought during each season of the year 2000.
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."
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