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The last thing any of us wants is to have our wheeled friend stolen away. This article will give you information you need when choosing a bike lock.
Maintaining Bicycle Rim Brakes
As the wind whistles in your ears on a well-earned downhill, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not your brakes will work when you need them. Proper care and maintenance of your rim brakes should allow you to sail on worry free.
Be Brave, Be Strong - Book Review
Whether you’re an armchair adventurer or a veteran two-wheeled traveler, you’ll be thrilled to go along with Jill Homer down the spine of North America in her second book: Be Brave, Be Strong – A Journey Across the Great Divide.
Bicycle Brake Types
One of the most important components of our bicycles is the brakes. This overview describes the three most common types of bicycle brakes: rim, disc and drum.
Children's Bicycle Safety
We all want our children to be safe, but we also need to allow them the freedom and independence to explore and learn about their world. One way we can do this is by teaching them to ride their bikes safely.
Adventure Cycling Association
Join Adventure Cycling Association to gain access to a wealth of information and resources, and to help promote cycling across the United States.
Take a Seat - Book Review
Dominic Gill not only rode from Deadhorse, Alaska to Ushuaia, Argentina, he did so alone on a tandem bicycle. Alone, that is, except for short-term stokers he collected along the way. He tells his story in Take a Seat.
Paula MacMann creates beautiful jewelry from recycled bicycle chains. Even better, she donates part of Chainspirations’ profits to non-profit organizations promoting healthy living.
Group Cycling Etiquette
When you’re riding in a group, whether there are two or twenty cyclists, there are some common etiquette expectations of which you should be aware.
Where the Pavement Ends – Book Review
Read "Where the Pavement Ends: One Woman’s Bicycle Trip Through Mongolia, China and Vietnam" and accompany Erika Warmbrunn as she travels by bicycle through Asia in a time before cell phones and GPS devices made traveling nearly anywhere easier and safer.
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