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Maintenance, Repair & Tips
Cycling shoe and pedal guide
Great guide for cycling shoes and pedals. Extensive information on brands such as Look, Time, Shimano, Campagnolo, Crank Bros etc.
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Member since: May 2008
Home: , Yukon Territory
Gear-inch calculator Gear Inch, Shift Pattern and Speed Calculator
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Member since: Feb 2006
Home: Sacramento, California
Bicycle Analyzer
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Member since: Jun 2003
Home: Jackson, New Jersey
Dedicated to winter riding, all weather, cold climate. Warning: may seem excessively sadistic to the uninitiated, or may help stretch your comfort zone to get in more miles each year!!
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Member since: Aug 2003
Home: North Pole, Alaska
Cycling Performance Tips
More good info to ride better.
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Member since: Aug 2003
Home: North Pole, Alaska
Bicycle Galleries and more
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Member since: Mar 2009
Home: San Rafael, California
Fixed Gear Gallery
The name says it all...get fixed, yo.
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Member since: Nov 2003
Home: Olathe, Kansas
Ultra Marathon Cycling Association
Good info on training for long rides. Stretch your mind on how far you really can ride if you decide you can!
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Member since: Aug 2003
Home: North Pole, Alaska
News, Magazines & Books
The FredCast Cycling Podcast
The FredCast is a weekly podcast devoted to the latest cycling news, gear, gadgets, gizmos, components, podsafe cycling music and more! A podcast for freds (high-end amateur cyclists), produced by a Fred.
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Member since: Feb 2006
Home: , California
Great place for cycling news, dates and scores of almost all major cycling events.
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Member since: Aug 2003
Home: Wenatchee, Washington
Personal Websites & Blogs
Mike Magnuson Online
The offbeat internet home of Bicycling magazine contributing writer Mike Magnuson.
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Member since: Apr 2004
Home: Carbondale, Illinois
Sheldon Brown
Tons of good bike info to immerse yourself in.
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Member since: May 2003
Home: Missoula, Montana
Bike Safety
Bike Safety
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Member since: Mar 2001
Home: Belvidere, Illinois
Bicycle Almanac: Safety, Fatalities, & Injuries
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Member since: Aug 2008
Home: El Cajon, California
Signs for Bicycle Facilities
Pictures of standard US signs for shared roadways, bike routes, bike lanes, shared-use paths, and other facilities
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Member since: Feb 2005
Home: Phoenix, Arizona
Cycling Apparel
GET ADDICTED! ADDICTION: A positive addiction is a beneficial habit-where the benefits outweigh the costs. The GT Junkies have forced us re-order. Here is your chance to become an addict too! You may just want more!... @ IT'S A GIRL THING.
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Member since: Mar 2010
Home: Ponte Vedra, Florida
Touring, Events & Camps
Ride of Silence
Join cyclists worldwide in a silent slow-paced ride (max. 12 mph/20 kph) in honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. WHY DOES THIS RIDE EXIST? * To HONOR those who have been injured or killed * To RAISE AWARENESS that we are here * To ask that we all SHARE THE ROAD THE RIDE OF SILENCE™ WILL NOT BE QUIET On May 16, 2007, at 7:00 PM, the Ride of Silence™ will begin in North America and roll across the globe. Cyclists will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. Although cyclists have a legal right to share the road with motorists, the motoring public often isn't aware of these rights, and sometimes not aware of the cyclists themselves. In 2003, Chris Phelan organized the first Ride Of Silence in Dallas after endurance cyclist Larry Schwartz was hit by the mirror of a passing bus and was killed. The Ride Of Silence is a free ride that asks its cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph and remain silent during the ride. There is no brochure, no sponsors, no registration fees and no t-shirt. The ride, which is held during Bike Safety month, aims to raise the awareness of motorists, police and city officials that cyclists have a legal right to the public roadways. The ride is also a chance to show respect for those who have been killed or injured. Please check the resources on this site. If there is a Ride of Silence in your area, we encourage you to join them. If there is not a ride planned in your area, please consider adding your city to the ever-growing list of sites. To get information on how to organize and host a Ride of Silence, please click HERE.
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Member since: Jan 2004
Home: Holland, Michigan
3000 mile bike race from California to New Jersey from soloist to Corporate Teams
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Member since: Aug 2005
Home: Tampa, Florida

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