"Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the human race." H.G. Wells

Some Bicycle Links:

My Page on Bicycle Films

Critical Mass Rides, Safety, Alternative Transportation, Politics, etc.



Ted White Green Light
source for films - We Are Traffic, Return of the Scorcher

Book on Critical Mass (Amazon.com listing)
(Critical Mass: Bicycling's Defiant Celebration - Chris Carlsson)

Critical Mass in Norman, Oklahoma

Indymedia article on Budapest CM Ride with 30,000 riders

Portland, OR CM site


magazine about bikes as transportation

National Center for Bicycling and Walking


Bikes At Work

Ice Bike
Riding Bikes in Ice and Snow

Detour's Urban Source
Books on Sustainable Transportation, Urban Planning, Climate Change
(Click on Catalog)

Center for Appropriate Transport


Bicycle Civil Liberties Union (BCLU)

League of American Bicyclists

Messengers.org - IFBMA - International Federation of Bike Messenger Associations

Paul Dorn's Bicycle Pages

Transportation Alternatives

International Bicycle Fund - ibike.org
Lots of info. Lots of links.

Bicycling Issues page at CultureChange.org

carfree.com cities without cars

xylonbikes.com Wooden Bicycles!

A fun bicycle page - fusionanomaly.net/bicycles.html

Fixing Bikes and Other Bike Info

Sheldon Brown - Harris Cyclery
Totally awesome collection of bicycle info. Lots of detailed articles.

Jim Langley

Exploratorium - The Science of Cycling

Jim Dyer Bicycle pages

The CABE - Classic and Antique Bike Exchange

OldSchwinn.com      Schwinn

Park Tool Bicycle tools and repair info

Home of Industry-Standard Sutherland's Handbook for Bicycle Mechanics (7th Edition $189.00)


United Bicycle Institute
Bike Repair School / Extensive Links Page

Bike Cult


Gal From Down Under

Bike Friday Collapsable Bicycles

Funky Bikes

World of Bicycles
Bicycle photographs from around the world.

Lovely Lowrider

Chunk 666

Cycling Links Page at DMOZ

Old Skool Track Track Bikes on City Streets


Really cool LEDs that screw onto valvestems, replacing the caps. They are battery powered and activated by vibration, so they flash whenever you are riding. You can't have enough lights on your bike if you are riding on streets at night. This is a great way to add one or two more lights, in addition to the flashing white LED on the front and the flashing red LED on the back (you do have those, don't you?)

This page revised 08/29/08.      First Posted 01/03/05.      All Links checked 01/30/05.

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