References for Cycling
There are a variety of websites that offer information about
cycling. Some on purchasing, others on riding and yet others
on safety, below are links to a few that people might find
BBC Sports Academy -- Where the Stars show you how. Several pages
and links devoted to explaining the many facets of cycling. From downhill
to track, from road racing to mountain biking. With links to race
schedules, results and articles.
IceBike.com -- Home of the Winter Cyclist If you plan to ride
through the winter in the Black Hills, this is a great resource
for finding equipment, clothing, general information, great
stories and related websites about cycling in winter. Truly one of
the webs finest resources.
Pedaling.com has over 1000 free self guided road and mountain
bike routes throughout the US and Canada. Routes includes maps, cue
sheets and local information. Cyclists can search for routes by
location, distance, difficulty and terrain.
Bicycling Magaizine is a good place to start when learning about
cycling. Volumes of articles, stories and information from equipment
testing to the best rides in the area. It's a good place to start
Physician and Sports Medicine How to fit a Mountain Bike.
'Bicycling Street Smarts', written by John S. Allen, which is
posted on his website and is available in print as well. In it, he
covers several cycling basics as well as bicycling under extreme
conditions. A good read for anyone interested in commuting by bicycle.
Bikes R Not Toys has good information about buying bicycles, and
the differences between discount store bikes and shop built