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Here are the top ten articles for the Cycling Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Bicycle Car Racks
If you need to carry your bike(s) on your vehicle, the information in this article will help you decide which rack option is right for you.
2. Bicycle Size and Fit
Itís very important that your bicycle fits you properly in order to ride comfortably, safely and without hurting yourself. This article provides information on choosing the right size bicycle for you and making sure it fits you properly.
3. History of the Tour de France
Itís been 107 years since the first Tour de France, and the race shows no signs of slowing down. Read on for more information about the beginnings of this great race, as well as highlights from the years.
4. Starting Over as an Adult Cyclist
Are you way past childhood, but want to get back on a bike? Read on for motivation and helpful hints to get you back in the saddle and riding again.
5. Bicycle History Ė Draisines and Velocipedes
Bicycles have been on the scene in one form or another for nearly 200 years. Draisines and velocipedes were two of the earliest types.
6. Warm Showers
For cyclotourists on a budget, as most of us are, finding inexpensive places to sleep can be one of the hardest parts of the trip. The generous members of Warm Showers may be able to help you out.
7. Bicycling Advocacy Organizations
Those of us who bicycle owe a great deal to the many organizations around the country that promote cycling, find funding for trails, and encourage communities to welcome cyclists. The organizations in this article are just a few worthy of your attention.
8. Cycling Solo Safely
If you choose to pedal alone, here are some simple recommendations you should follow to keep yourself safe.
9. Ghost Trails Ė Book Review
Jill Homerís account of her February 2008 bicycle race along 350 miles of Alaskaís Iditarod Trail, as well as her history as an unlikely athlete, makes for riveting reading and fantastic fantasizing.
10. Cycling the Allegheny Mountains Loop
Some people are calling riding the Allegheny Mountains Loop the Tour Divide East, comparing it to riding the Continental Divide in the Rockies. While you can always ride the Loop at your leisure, thereís now an opportunity for racing it, sort of.
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