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DealExtreme.com is a website featuring many low cost products. A reader recently e-mailed when he found a $4.46 Electronic Bicycle Speedometer (including shipping). I looked at the website and there is a page of bike accessories including speedometers, lights, bells and mounting brackets. The bike accessories are under the Hobbies & Toys category on the homepage.
Lance Armstrong is an extremely talented cyclist, but winning the Tour De France seven times also required some luck. Over the course of a 23 day race that covers more than 2000 miles, many things can go wrong. The loss of just a few minutes due to an accident, mechanical mishap or a bad day could have […]
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The Great Allegheny Passage; the rail trail from Cumberland, MD to Pittsburgh, PA; is nearly complete. The final nine miles of the trail near Pittsburgh are in various stages of construction. An article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that the last piece, a railroad bridge that will carry the trail across the Monongahela River, has just […]
If you can see Russia from your house (or State), you won’t be a foreign policy expert; but if you watch the BicycleTutor videos, you can become a bicycle repair expert.
I believe that all bicyclists (especially bicycle tourists) need to be able to perform some basic repairs. A little knowledge of bicycle repair and maintenance can […]« Previous Entries