Bicycling is a great way to get around or spend a day in the park with the kids, but when serious cyclists get on their racing bikes for an endurance ride like the Tour de France or indoor track racing - cycling becomes a high speed, high excitement sport.
Even if you don't want to become the next international cycling star, take some tips from these sites on the best bikes for the terrain you'll be covering, the rules of the road and of the sport, and safety features you should be looking for...
- Based in the USA, this group offers information and tours for
cyclists at all levels. They also provide hundred of links
to other groups, club and tours in the US and throughout the world.
Education and outreach is part of their mission.
Cycling - If you are an extremely serious racing cyclist,
you have a great time with these tools that provide models for
wind drag, fitness, statistical data on tire mishaps and a lot
of other useful information and interactive features to improve
your efficiency and performance in your next race.