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Bike advocacy/culture

Adventure Called Bicycling

American Bikes

American Trails

Bicitoro – Bikes and crafts (Seattle)

Bicycle Alliance of Washington

Bicycle Design — Renderings, sketches and thoughts on man’s greatest invention

Bikes Belong

Bike Hugger — Bike culture, blogged. Seattle based.

Bike Year — A utility cycling experiment, Savannah

Biking Toronto — Bicycling news from Toronto, Canada

Big Fat Geek — Bicycle commuting in Columbus, Ga.

C.I.C.L.E. — Cyclists inciting change through live exchange, LA-based

CycleDog

Cycle-licious — Bicycle lifestyle, news and views

Endless Cycle — Peloton Jim talks about things related to the sport of cycling

International Bike Fund

Let’s Ride Year-Round — Ride vicariously with bike commuter in Buffalo, NY

Rocky Hillside — Denver based bicycling and politics

Smithers Minneapolis — Bicycling and politics

Spinopsys — Australian-based cyclist commenting on the bicycling news

Spokes ‘n’ Folks — Florida cycling scene

Sucka pants — New York City cyclist with a chip on his shoulder, “it helps you stand up straight.”

UrbanVelo — Bicycle culture in the big city

VeloWeb — Raymond Parker’s world of human-powered, two-wheel travel, including touring, commuting and marathon randonneur cycling. Canada. 

Why Howard Laughed — Western cycling and miscellaneous

Regional

BikePortland

Cycling New England

gwadzilla — Mostly cycling; Washington DC

Kansas Cyclist — The web’s premier Kansas cycling information site.

Puncture Proof — Bicycling, e-media, social media; based in Iowa

Roger Kramer’s Favorite Bicycle Tours

Spokesrider

Ultra cycling

Fat Cyclist — Cycling humor from the saddle

Jeff Kerkove — Elite endurance racer

Love2Ride — Experiences of a long-distance cyclist

One Gear, One Mind — Nat Pellman’s single speed endurance program; Seattle

Ready to Ride — Long-distance cyclist from Oregon gives hints on how to prepare for ultra bike rides.

UltraRob’s Adventures — Ultra cyclist from Colorado prepares for long-distance events

Mountain biking

Bicycles and Icicles — Rants, ravings and random wanderings of a bicyclist in the frigid North.

Blue Collar Mountain Biking — Cool how-tos and projects

Go Clipless — Commentary, reviews and resources for mountain bikers

Soiled Chamois — Endurance mountain bike racing and other nonsense

Commuting

Bike Commuters — Just what name says

Bike Commute Tips — California-based Paul Dorn

Commute a blog — Cycling related diary of a Cape Code cyclist

Commute by bike — News, reviews for bike commuters

Road biking

VelociPete — A goofy guy and his bike, Eagan, Minn.

Bike touring

Alastair Humphreys — Around the world cyclist lobbies for an adventuresome lifestyle

Bike Touring Tips

Cycling Nomad – A nomadic bicycling lifestyle around North America

Off the Beaten Path — Jan Heine

The Slow Lane — Blog, website, pictures of NW bike tours

The Spokesrider — Michigan-based bicyclist rides bike to areas of early settlements

Travelling Two


Other websites

Bicycles in Glass — Artist makes very cool bicycle-style jewelry

Bike Lane

Bike Nerd — Photographs from the saddle, Seattle area

BPF Photography

Dave’s Travel Corner — Compilation of bicycle travel websites

John S. Allen’s list of bicycle-related research

Made Good — DIY bicycle repair

Velo Routes

 

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  1. Hilary Boudreau

    American Cancer Society’s 4th Annual Bicycles Battling Cancer
    Cyclists can make miles more meaningful on June 10
    (Lancaster, MA) – Local cyclists are invited to make their miles more meaningful by participating in the Society’s third annual Bicycles Battling Cancer event on Sunday, June 10.

    The 2012 BBC event will start and finish at the Bolton Fairgrounds in Lancaster, and will feature three “loop” route options –century (100 miles), metric century (62 miles) and “lite” (30 miles). Riders may participate individually or as a team.
    Now through April 1, the registration fee is $75 ($100 after April 1), and there is a low minimum fundraising commitment of $300 for all riders.
    For more information, to register, or to volunteer for Bicycles Battling Cancer, please visit
    cancer.org/bicyclesbattlingcancer or 1.800.227.2345.

    1. Gene Bisbee

      Thanks Hilary… I’ve updated the date and information on the ride at Charity Bicycle Rides.

  2. Byron

    Biz? No linky?

    1. Gene Bisbee

      Me linky you. You linky me?

  3. Joseph Tan (the AhPek Biker)

    Hi!

    My name is Joe from Malaysia. I am a newbie cyclist riding a foldie. At the same time I also enjoy blogging about my biking.

    How can I have my blog listed on you site?

    Would appreciate it very much. Thanks.

  4. Velosurance Bicycle Insurance

    Hello.
    I am a co-owner of bicycle insurance company called “Velosurance.”
    We are an up and coming bicycle insurance company that operates across US (we are nationwide). We insure bikes and bikes only.

    Velosurance offers a policy that protects bikes from loss and damage, and riders from medical and liability claims. We are partnering with local bike shops around the country so when our clients need damage repair or theft replacement they can look at bicycle shops in their area.

    Could you please add a link to my site on this page?

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