Owned by a Canadian manufacturing conglomerate and built in China, Schwinn has buried its Made in USA roots for good.
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Did Leonardo Da Vinci design the bicycle in Italy 300 years before it was invented?
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TV viewers will see plenty of Lance Armstrong this year, even if he doesn't attempt a seventh-straight Tour de France victory.
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The first thing I do when I walk in the door from a bicycle ride — even before a shower — is to record my time and miles in a bicycle log.
I like to keep it simple. Route, miles, time, MPH, and comments. I've created an Excel spreadsheet file that computes the MPH and …
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I've been logging my rides since 1991, that's about 37,000 miles back up the road. That's a lot of blacktop, and it doesn't include my previous 13 years of cycling with independent tours of Virginia, Tennessee, Arizona, the NE US and Quebec, and lastly a 4,000-mile cross-country bicycle tour from Yorktown, VA to Carlsbad, CA.
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Just got back from my first bicycle ride of '05, and the first as a “double-nickeler.” Not much to brag about — 12.72 miles in 1:01 — but I'm happy with the fact that I just got out on my birthday. I've done fewer than a dozen bike rides since I was sick back in October, …
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