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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 Mtn Biking Guides - "All killer, no filler"
"Life Is a Bike" Column
By Gianna Bellofatto
Ah, what can be more romantic than a guy, his gal, and a bicycle? Our long time columnist explores this classic combination that happily symbolizes summer romance.
Romancing the Bike
Legislative News: Bike Lobby
Not Satisfied With SAFETEA '03
By Charles Pekow (Pekow
We are proud to introduce Mr. Pekow, a seasoned journalist covering Congressional affairs in Washington. He will regularly provide The Bicycle Exchange with a seasonal, unbiased news feature on current legislation affecting bicycling.
Bicycling Paintings By Amy Queen
The Bikexchange editor happily discovered the wonderful paintings of Ms. Queen at a recent music festival in North Carolina. Her cycling works are colorful and impressionistic, unique and beautiful. This is the first installment of her paintings on this Web magazine. Look for more in future Features pages. Click to see paintings #1, #2 and #3.
Rattle, Crunch, Bang!
It hurts the ear and good sense of our cycling essayist from the fair state of Florida. Couldn't that noisy bike get just a little TLC from it's oblivious rider?
Review: Cycling Past 50
The owner and founder of Experience Plus! tour company critiques Joe Friel's guidebook for cyclists who are seeing more gray in the hair, but still have a youthful, burning fire for cycling.
Biker Biff by Bob Lafay
Bob's clever and sometimes topical works have appeared in Dirt Rag, Hanggliding and The Wire Donkey Bike Zine. Click to see his second contribution to The Bicycle Exchange: #2
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. His newest cartoon takes a shot at the heralded "Segway" transportation device. Click on his contribution #6.
Another timely selection from the Ghost of Features Past.
Remembering Hank By Jim Joyce from Summer 1999
A mentor can emerge anywhere, even on a week-long tour. The editor recalls his buddy from a tour across Ohio ten years ago.
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