Reading Material — Bike Blogs

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brian j
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I’m always looking for new reading material, so in the interest of sharing, here are the bike-related blogs I look at semi-regularly:

Ira Ryan

Tarik Saleh

Kent Peterson

Belgium Knee Warmers (for those go-fast urges)

The Reflector Collector

And for a little local flavor, Steevo


reddan
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I’ve been digging Vic’s blog recently. Rando stuff, touring, recumbents, uprights, and lots of pretty pretty pictures.

Also, if you want some fun reading in the dry British humour vein, check out Pete Marshall’s ride reports at Tall Stories (upright) and Low Tales (recumbent trike).


xjoex
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I’ll pimp my own blog: robonza

And then I read these:
Velo Orange

How to Change the World A blog by guy kawasaki.

-Joe


erok
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always a hoot:
Drunk cyclist


erok
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this one’s been making me crack up recenty
Bike snob NYC

and gotta give props to bike pgh


brian j
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reddan
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HAHAHAHAHA! Check this BikeSnob post.

He’s got a picture of some ‘bents in his segment on “losing sight of what a bicycle really is”…I’m in it. Guess I’m famous now…


DanBP
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This is not a blog, but a forum post

Thanks for the link to Bike Snob!


brian j
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Heh.

There was recently another anti-Riv thread, though not nearly as well written.


Justin
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bikesnobNYC makes me laugh out loud! i love it


erok
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any new ones that people have come across?


alankhg
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Streetsblog.org and .net are always informative.

http://www.howwedrive.com/ is very interesting traffic-psychology type stuff, and makes me want to buy the fellow’s book.


erok
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yeah, i’ve been reading the how we drive blog pretty regularly now.


sloaps
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A little off topic, but to pick up from Alan’s post on Vanderbilt’s book, Traffic. Excellent read. Lots of notes and references on the subject matter: State, federal and international laws and policy, sociological and psychological studies, traffic engineering analysis and procedures, etc. It’s nice because if there’s an issue covered in the book, for which you want to learn more about, or that you may have a differing opinion, then you can follow the reference for clarity.

The Carnegie has a hardcopy, two CD’s and an audio download of the book.


Chris Mayhew
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brian j
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Shameless self-promotion for myself and steevo:

Pittsburgh Racing

Jeff Jones’ blog (good for massive fits of jealousy)


Hayduke
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