road.cc: Brits prominent in team events; top woman makes amazing comeback.
Races & Results.
Tour de Suisse - June 8-16 (Stages & Results),
Nature Valley Grand Prix - June 12-16 (Stages $ Results),
Critérium du Dauphiné - Jun 2-9 (Stages & Results),
Giro d'Italia - May 4-26 (Stages & Results),
Tour de France - June 29-July 21 (Stages),
Vuelta a España - Aug 24-Sept 15 (Stages),
VeloNation: “For me it's an honour to wear the jersey, so I really went for it.”
CyclingNews: Determined that Rasmussen's transfusions would not be detected.
CyclingWeekly: His life is simpler and his leadership unquestioned.
VeloNation: Stage victory is initial goal for Australian squad.
VeloNews: USA Pro Challenge organizers announced Wednesday that the Colorado stage race would expand in 2013 to include two ancillary amateur events.
Reynolds Updates Attack, Assault & Strike Wheels – New Aero Profile, Disc Brake Options & More New Rims.
BikeRumor: Reynolds has been building the same versions for ten years, so the Attack, Assault and Strike road bike wheels were long overdue for a refresh.
BikeRadar: They're more compactly shaped, easier to squeeze and easier to clean, too.
PE: Patrick Sluyter, a 34-year-old Riverside resident, is raising money to participate in the Deaflympics in Sofia, Bulgaria July 26 to Aug. 4, 2013.
Bicycling: Bike one of Northern California's hidden gems for cyclists.
Paved: Barring a major failure on the part of Strasser, the Austrian will reach Annapolis some time tomorrow morning, possibly in record time.
Rules of the Road
The Bicycle Safety Guide
Kid's Bicycle Safety Guide
On The Road, Bicycle Safety
What drivers can do to be more cyclist aware
Guide to Bicycle Safety
Share the Road
Beginners' cycling questions answered
Bicycling Beginners' Guide
Pre-Ride Safety Check
Lexicon of cycling terms
How To Be A Good New Rider
‘How to pee’ - for women
Video: Get Dirty
Video Downloads, races and documentaries
StickyBottle: "I have stayed out of matters to do with my brother Pat and the UCI presidency until now. Maybe it’s time to give my point of view. And I am pretty sure I represent the rest of the McQuaid family."
CyclingNews: At age 30, American Ted King will finally make his debut in the Tour de France, one of eight riders who will work to help Peter Sagan repeat as winner of the race's green jersey for the points classification.
VeloNation: No Danes in Danish team as Spanish leader looks to make up for effective three-year absence.
VeloNews: Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) won’t be on many bookies’ favorites lists for this year’s Tour de France, but the odds are sure to rise in the coming years.
RCUK: Chris Froome has denied himself thoughts of winning the Tour de France to focus on getting the job done.
CyclingTips: Hong Kong mightn’t strike you as a particularly cycling-friendly city and in some ways you’d be right.
road.cc: Folds in a second, eliminates chain-related anguish.
BikeRumor: Joining the excellent Pivlock V2 are the new half-frame Approach / Approch max and the full-frame Pivlock Overdrive.
BikeRadar verdict: 3.5 out of 5 stars. "Lovely frame and confident handling but heavyweight wheelset."
BikeRumor: The folks at Sugoi were especially excited about a pair of new rain shells built using Polartec’s NeoShell fabric.
BicycleRetailer: Highlights from the first half of Wednesday at Deer Valley.
VeloNation: UCI president and federation awaiting crucial arbitration hearing.
FatCyclist: Rockwell Relay, Part 4 - Valley of the Shadow of Death? Sounds Pretty Good, as Long as There’s Really Shade.
Paved: This year marks the 80th anniversary of Campagnolo S.r.l., based in Vicenza, Italy after company patriarch Tullio struggled with frozen wing nuts in an effort to flip his rear wheel while leading the 1927 GP della Vittoria on the Croce d’Aune in the Dolomites.
CyclingWeekly: Pat McQuaid, president of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), is facing fresh problems from within his own organisation after a dossier was produced on him and his leadership.
InnerRing: "A ride doesn’t just clear my mind, it fills it with fresh ideas."
CyclingNews: Team manager Luca Guercilena has downplayed expectations admitting that a podium finish for the Luxembourger is "unrealistic."
SBS: The official reinstatement of confessed doper Matt White as sports director of Australian World Tour pro-cycling team Orica-GreenEdge passed with surprisingly little media or public scrutiny last week.
TwistedSpoke: As much as we’re not fans of the unrepentant “done nothing wrong” Alejandro Valverde, we have to admit his Movistar Tour squad is seriously stacked.
RCUK: Ben Swift’s silent and seemingly effortless progress around the circuit at the Herne Hill Velodrome is beguiling.
BicycleRetailer: The hubs feature a 6-bolt disc mount. The front hub has traditional 100 millimeter OLD spacing while the rear has 135 millimeter spacing.
DougReport: Mad Fiber is releasing their second-generation wheel set. Both clinchers and tubulars have been redesigned with the biggest changes occurring at the rear wheel.
road.cc: Road bike will take discs or rim brakes and either mechanical or electronic shifting.
Text of the USADA Report
U.S. Real Time Wind Map
2013 UCI World Calendar
2013 Calendar and iCal
UCI 2013-2014 CX Race Calendar
Women on Bikes
Men's Pro Cycling on Twitter
Twitter Hashtags For Races
Local Bike Shop Inventory
Unwritten rules of cycling etiquette
Bike trade tweeps
Health and Fitness
Tips and Safety
5 things you should check before every ride