I've always wanted to own one, and will probably get around to it some day.
When I do, I'll use the
which I set up (and haven't updated in years).
What am I talking about? Take a look.
- International Human Powered Vehicles Assocation -
Covers all human powered vehicles (land, air, water), especially recumbents.
- Recumbent Bicycle and Human Powerd Vehicle (HPV) Information Center
- Mark Matarella's excellent recumbent web pages.
- The HPV Movement
- The National Bicycle Greenway's
web pages on recumbents.
- Recumbent Cyclist News
- Web page for RCN, the US recumbent magazine.
- People Movers
- A bike shop in California with strong participation in online recumbent-related activities.
- Massachusetts Cycling Advocacy and resources.
- This is my favorite site for cycling news.
- Lance Armstrong
- It's a great web site, well-organized, with useful links.
- Harris Cyclery,
Sheldon Brown's cycling web site.
- A great glossary, and a collection of articles on repair, and MORE!
(Scroll down to the yellow box of topics.)
- Cyberider Cycling
- A huge non-commercial site dedicated to cycling, with loads of info,
including archives of cycling newsgroups and mailing lists.
- Cyber Cyclery
- An online commercial collection of cycling resources, including lots of
vendors and advertisements and such.
- Bike Nashbar
- My normal mail order house.
- They have an excellent Buyer's Guide, and (seemingly) unbiased opinions
of products and vendors.
- One of the best cycling rags, on-line.
- Tour de France
- It is THE (snooty snobby elitist arrogant) event in the cycling
world (yes, France is the perfect place for it). This site claims "live"
coverage. The site seems to be "dead". Okay, it's alive again.
- Columbus Outdoor Pursuits
- They organize lots of rides, including TOSRV.
- Ohio Bicycle Federation
- Ohio's version of MassBike