US Bicycle Hall of Fame
- A well kept secret in suburban New Jersey, you can tour the Hall of
Fame and see a piece of the wooden track used in the early 1900s for the 6
day races in Madison Square Garden...or many other priceless artifacts.
- Campy Only -
a website for us Italian component diehards! Sponsored by Branford
Bike, the Campy Only site provides a tremendous amount of
information about current and older Campagnolo equipment.
Cyclery - Home of Sheldon Brown and lots of advice on all things
related to cycling.
Bicicletteria - if you can't find the answer anywhere else,
check with Peter. He can tell you everything you need to know about parts
compatibility, and provide a down-to-earth explanation of why StupidLight
parts aren't necessarily good. He also keeps most popular items in stock,
and can get pretty much anything else, so be sure to support his ship with
- Pam is a three time Paralympic medallist, enjoys cycling for many
reasons, including the fact that it keeps her in top physical shape, important
in her fight against diabetes. She trains five to six days per week, logging
over 500 miles per month and competes in regional, national and international
cycling events each year. If you need a motivational speaker for your
corporate gathering, give Pam a call or send her an email. Did I mention that
she lost her sight 20 years ago? She's pretty inspiring!
Revival - all sorts of good stuff made from recycled bike parts!
- Road rash. Fall recently? Don't know how to deal with road rash?
Happened to me too...first time in 30 years of riding. In doing some
research, I found two things. First, a neat product called "Tegaderm"
transparent dressing...made by 3M, it looks like saran wrap and keeps the
wound moist so that new skin can form. Any good pharmacy should be able to
provide it. Second, I found a website that gives lots of information about
road rash (and offers several products to help) at
Take a quick look before your next ride. Hope you don't need it!
Great Bicycle Videos
- Following on from the YouTube video that heralded over 20 million hits,
street trials sensation is back with a new project, Way Back Home. The
film follows Danny on a journey from Edinburgh back to his hometown of
Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. Simply unbelievable, magic on a bike!
- The Valparaiso Cerro Abajo Race is a legendary urban bike race. The
rider must brave jumps, stray dogs, and flights of stairs along the steep
downhill path. The first person perspective provided by the excellent helmet
cam lets us take in every glorious and frightening detail. Do yourself a
favor and watch
this in full screen mode.