Online Resources

Bicycling Advocates and Government Organizations




Event/Route Listings

  • Cycling News
    • USA Cycling The official cycling organization recognized by the US Olympic Committee, this site provides a wealth of information about the sport
    • BBC Sport / Cycling Complete coverage of the global cycling scene
  • Technical Information
  • Cycling Blogs
    • Randall Wolf is Director of Photography at The Journal News /, and has ridden more than 80,000 miles on a bike during the past 35 years.  He shares is cycling stories around Westchester county.
    • Our outspoken club member Katie blogs about her tri accomplishments among other things.
  • Miscellaneous
    • Guide to bicycle commuting A brief guide to bicycle commuting with a collection of links about the subject.
    • Long standing WCC member Lorraine Valentini suffered a cycling accident in 2005, causing severe spinal cord injury. This site supports her rehabilitation, and allows you to contribute to a fund to defray the cost of her care.
    • Team in Training The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program is gearing up for another recruitment season. Join the world’s largest endurance sports training program.
    • Ken Kifer’s Bike Pages Articles on a variety of cycling topics, including some humorous and irreverent looks at cycling and its foibles. (Ken Kifer was killed on September 14, 2003 by a drunk driver while cycling near his Alabama home. RIP. –ed)
    • Impressions from bicycle travels Cycling slide shows from the U.S. and Asia by Paul Jeurissen and Grace Johnson. Web pages in English or Dutch. Great photography…take a look.
    • An open forum where you can exchange advice and opinions on tech, health, tours or any cycling related topic with other members of the cycling community.
    • Uncle Barn Exchanges cue sheets from anywhere in the USA
    • Cycling News and Information. Their goal is to “make the sport of cycling better for everyone who has a bike.”
    • and These are among the most comprehensive cycling sites out there. Includes classifieds, product ratings, and discussion groups concerning specific components/brands.
    • Dirt Northwest For mountain bikers, has interesting columns and mountain biking tips
    • Tips on bicycle safety by Michael Bluejay in an article “How to Not Get Hit by Cars.” Some good suggestions for dealing with some real-world scenarios.
    • Taming the Bicycle Mark Twain learns to ride a bicycle.
    • The Internet Bicycle Touring List This is a relatively high volume list server, and concentrates on topics relevant to bicycle touring, especially (but not exclusively) self-supported touring
    • An electronic magazine for road bike riders, from Ed Pavelka and Fred Matheny
    • Bike touring journals from around the world.  Add your own!