Books and Magazines
Armchair Bike Touring Game
Don’t have time to go on a real bike tour? Want to get a feel for what’s involved in touring? Want to waste a little time on your computer? This bike touring game will keep you entertained as you travel through a virtual world.
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.
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Bicycle Times – Magazine Review
Bicycle Times – Your Everyday Cycling Adventure is an eclectic magazine geared toward the everyday rider rather than the gear head, racer or adventure junkie.
Bicycling for Women – Book Review
If you’re looking for one book that can teach a woman everything she needs to know about bicycling, from beginner to competitor, Bicycling for Women by Gale Bernhardt may be the one for you.
Bicycling Magazine – A Review
There are many cycling magazines on the market. Bicycling advertises itself as the “World’s Leading Bike Magazine.” This article presents some basic information about the periodical and one opinion about it.
Bike Magazine Review
Bike magazine caters to the mountain bike athlete in all of us, with fabulous photography designed to make us want to escape our cubicle for the nearest singletrack.
Did you know your bicycle cculd help you navigate, tell you how polluted your riding environment is, and even give you a boost getting up hills? MIT's new Copenhagen wheel can do all this and more!
Ghost Trails – Book Review
Jill Homer’s account of her February 2008 bicycle race along 350 miles of Alaska’s Iditarod Trail, as well as her history as an unlikely athlete, makes for riveting reading and fantastic fantasizing.
Hey Mom, Can I Ride My Bike Across America?
Five kids, two adults and nearly 5,000 miles add up to a fantastic journey across America in John Seigel Boettner’s Hey Mom, Can I Ride My Bike Across America?
May is National Bike Month
Celebrate your love of cycling throughout the month of May, and encourage your colleagues to ride during Bike to Work Week, May 17 – 21.
Metal Cowboy - Book Review
Joe Kurmaskie’s collection of essays shares stories gathered from over ten years of bicycle touring across America and around the world as the Metal Cowboy.
Miles from Nowhere – Book Review
23,000 miles, 25 countries, 2 years. Miles from Nowhere chronicles Barbara and Larry Savage’s global bicycle odyssey in this not-to-be-missed award-winning book authored by Barbara.
Mountain Biking Opportunities Diminished
A U.S. District Court decision forces the National Forest Service to limit trail access in Gallatin National Forest, Montana, to mountain bikers and others.
Roll Around Heaven All Day – Book Review
Stan Purdum’s tale of his piecemeal journey across America by bike is sure to have you planning your next adventure.
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.
The First Big Ride – Book Review
There are many tales about rides across the United States, but not many by novice cyclists who had never ridden more than five miles before committing to their journey. Eloise Hanner’s The First Big Ride – A Woman’s Journey will make you say, “If she can do it, so can I!”
Two Wheels and a Map – Book Review
Follow along with Bob Neubauer as he spends over two months pedaling the East Coast from Maine to Florida.
Wheels of Change - Book Review
Wheels of Change by Sue Macy describes the history of the bicycle and the role it played in advancing women’s rights through historic photographs and artwork featuring bicycles, as well as glimpses into the lives of those important to the development of bicycles and women.
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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