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Polynesia Is Cycling Paradise By Theresa Russell
Cruise on ship leads to pleasant cruising via bicycle on an island paradise for tour operator/cycling writer and co-author of recently-published Anacus Press book: Bed, Breakfast & Bike Midwest. (What better subject to forget about this bone-chilling winter weather?)
"Life Is a
Bike" Column By Gianna Bellofatto
Is is perfectly reasonable to expect the perfect bike world or should we instead perfect the perfect bike attitude? Our perfectionist/columnist ponders this perfectly in this personal piece of pedaling prose...
A Perfect Bike World
Winter 2001 Cyclist Poll By Our Visitors
The issues of "bikeable communities" and urban sprawl are at the front of many a political debate. While we're "at the front," how about bike racks on the front of all taxpayer-subsidized public transit buses? Inexpensive, practical and popular? Yea or Nay? See what our readers think and, while you're there, be so kind as to log your own vote. (Poll posted 1/2/01)
Editorial: Keystone Mountain Bikers Could Lose More PA
State Gamelands Trails
By Don Andrews, Membership Chairman of new statewide Keystone Mountain Bikers
Recent unfriendly signals from Pennsylvania's powerful Game Commission (PGC) spur PA mountain bikers into action as they hope to unite scattered clubs into a consistent, statewide voice. Important PGC meeting slated for January 25.
Bikexchange.com View: The "Keystone" Is Cooperation (and Numbers)
By Jim Joyce, Editor, The Bicycle Exchange
The (t.b.e.)X Files:
Timely selections from the Ghost of Features Past.
Salt In the Wounds By Andy "the Mechanic" Wallen From Winter 1999
That sloppy, slushy--salty--wintry mix some of us know all too well and
what it means to your bike frame. Vintage excerpt from a past
Ask the Mechanic column.
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