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Bicycling Events Calendar

Lists events for the entire U.S. and Canada.
 
Bike Reader
Humor, essays, more.
 
Biking Rules

As a new rider it can take time to figure out what is allowed and what isn't, what's legal and what isn't. TA saves you some time by putting all the rules in one place and suggests some etiquette that will go a long way towards our common goal of safer NYC streets.

The CABE
Newsletter and website for collectors of vintage American-made bicycles.
 
Cycling Hall of Fame.com
includes Current News and Results plus History of Cycling's Greatest Races and Riders. 
 
Cyclotour Guide Books
Publisher & distributor of bicycle tour guide books & maps for NYS's Canal System, Finger Lakes, the Great Lakes, Massachusetts, France and New Zealand. 
 
The Vehicular Cyclist
A source of accident research and opinion authored and maintained by Avery Burdett, commuter, touring and competitive masters' cyclist whose philosophy is based on the principle that cycling is an enjoyable low risk activity. 
 
Bike Snob
 
Bike Hudson Valley
An invaluable resource of road and bridge conditions, routes, trip reports, events, issues in the Mid-Hudson area of New York State. Areas of interest includes Dutchess, Ulster, Columbia, Greene, Putnam and northern Orange counties -- roughly from the Bear Mountain Bridge up to around the Rip Van Winkle Bridge and Kinderhook. 
 
Why I Ride
This independently organized, multivenue exhibition showcased New York artists who are inspired by the freedom and mobility that the bicycle makes possible in a congested metropolis. These artists view interactions with neighbors and strangers - both friendly and otherwise - as preferable to the isolation that grows out of our sprawling, auto-dependent environment. 
 
 
 
 
 
Heat Index for Cyclists
by Maggie Clarke. What does it meanand how can you avoid heat illness? Knowing the heat index, and adjusting your summer cycling accordingly, can mean the difference between life and death.
 
How to dress for any season
by Fairbanks Cycle Club. A nice tabular formatted list of what to wear for cycling for various temperature ranges, including down to -30F. Brrr. Published by the Fairbanks (Alaska) Cycle Club
 
International Bicycling Fund
Promotes sustainable transport and international understanding.
 
NYCC Jersey Archive
Take a trip down memory lane and browse some of our past NYCC club jersey designs. Designs (in order) were done by: Irv Weisman, Mike Samuels, Tony Nappi, Mike Toomey, Richard Rosenthal, Viviane Tubiana and Lisa Lurie. Clothing from the collections of Christy Guzzetta, Bill Vojtech, and Jim Galante. Photos by Jim Galante. 
 
Ride the City
A website that helps people find safe bike routes easily.
 
RoadBikeRider
Training tips, classifieds, articles, books and more.
 
Sheldon Brown's Links
Bicylists, localities, organizations, services.
 
Streetsblog
 
KenKifer
Many articles on bicycle travel and camping, including stories of my bike trips, cycling humor, bicycle traffic safety instructions, bicycling advocacy, the cyclist lifestyle, basic skills for cyclists, surveys and data, and links to many other bicycling sites.

 

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