Biking

7. The Inner Ring

Good for: Anyone seeking not only a fair round-up of news about pro cycling and the bike industry, but also balanced analysis of it that's not influenced by advertising....

1. Red Kite Prayer

Good for: Anyone after commentary and analysis of the best in the bike world—minus sarcasm....

3. Rouleur Magazine Blog

Good for: Roadies after more than just another play-by-play race report....

5. Fat Cyclist

Good for: Anyone who prefers down-to-earth musings and misadventures of an average schmo rider instead of the usual snoot of top riders or journalists....

8. Vital MTB

Good for: Dirt fiends looking for race coverage, rider interviews, multimedia gear reviews, and, most importantly, all the greatest mountain bike clips....

10. Rapha Blog

Good for: Cyclists who first and foremost consider riding a statement—fashion and otherwise....

9. Tieā€”Bike Snob NYC

Good for: Those who aren't interested in the latest BB standard, believe doping cyclists doth protest too much, and feel that most bike media takes itself too seriously....

6. BikeHacks

Good for: Commuters looking to ditch their combustion engine for two wheels and seeking advice on the practicalities of riding for both utility and diversion....

The Top 10 Biking Blogs

These are my picks of the best blogs for cyclists. Before you get your chamois in a knot over all the killer pages I neglected and start sending hate mail about how out of touch I am, let me say...

2. Adventure Journal

Good for: Those interested in another sort of bike porn: a bike worth ogling every single day....

El Pistolero Fires Back

Alberto Contador has accomplished more in his short career than most riders could expect to achieve in a lifetime. At just 28, the same age at which Lance won the first of his seven Tours, the...

Flat-Tire Fix

We once rode to Coney Island from Brooklyn Heights and got a flat along the way. You can ask a stranger where the closest bike shop is, or you can use USA Bike Shop Finder,...

Build a Commuter Bike

Strip an old steel road bike to the frame. Work with a shop to equip it with a single-speed drivetrain using the rear wheel listed below, then top it all off with the following components....

Cut a Mountain-Bike Trail

1. Know who uses your local park, and build a consensus about the need for trails. Then connect with the parks-and-rec department. "Don't go in there expecting them to hand you...

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