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Magazine articles on cycling.
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May 2008
John Bradley
Men in Black A maverick fashion mogul has assembled a team of cycling's most infamous riders. And wait till you hear how he plans to save the sport. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 2008
3 More Classic American Road Trips: War, Wilderness and Whitewater! Road trips for indulging sport, music, and history interests mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
High on Adventure
April 2008
Lance K. Pugh
Saddle Sore Bum Baum Preparing for the mental and physical cycling challenges of Cycle Oregon -- 500 miles over the course of 6 days. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
April 2008
Seth Porges
Electric Bike Hits 75 Miles Per Charge, Could See Third World Because it runs on a mix of muscle and machine power, this bike can travel twice as far as most powered cycles. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Geoffrey Lansdell
Top 10: Bicycle Cities There are many European prototypes that have engineered cities with the bicycle in mind -- Scandinavian countries, in particular. mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
September 17, 2007
Jay Greene
Return Of The Easy Rider With U.S. cycling in decline, bike parts giant Shimano steered the industry in a new direction. mark for My Articles 175 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 27, 2007
Jim Meigs
Buy a Weekend Road Bike at Any Price: Test Drive Bikes similar to Tour de France models are available to anyone willing to spend absurd sums. But does all that money really make a difference? mark for My Articles 242 similar articles
August 2007
Review: Wilier Triestina Bike The Mortirolo, a new carbon-frame pro-level bike, is now available from Italy's Wilier Triestina. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
July 2007
Andrew Tilin
Built to Lust Boutique bike manufacturer Seven Cycles can build you a custom-fit, precision-crafted, $9,500 machine that looks like a museum sculpture and rides like a Maserati. Are you worthy? mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
July 2007
Last Man Standing Levi Leipheimer rises to the top of U.S. cycling for the Tour de France. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
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