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Coast to Coast Bicycle Tour, Spring 2002
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This list is by no means comprehensive. If you are looking for an awesome collection of cycling-related links (I hope you have a lot of free time!), check out Mike's Mega Bicycle Links.

My Other Sites

  • BikingIllinois: My book of 60 great rides will be published in April 2006.
  • DJWriter, Inc.: If your business needs copywriting, please consider me.
  • My blog: I comment on an eclectic  variety of topics.

Touring

  • BicycleTouring101.com: Want to try it yourself? This site will get you started!
  • Touring E-mail list: This is the best way to find out more about bicycle touring. Even if you don't subscribe, you can get a lot of answers by searching the archives.
  • Adventure Cycling Association: The only nationwide organization dedicated to bicycle touring, the  ACA puts out a great magazine and offers detailed maps of certain routes.
  • Ken Kifer's Bicycle Camping & Touring pages: Ken Kifer wrote many great articles about all aspects of touring. Though Kifer was killed by a drunk driver while riding near home in September 2003, his memory lives on in his web site.
  • CrazyGuyOnABike.com: If you want to read more tour journals, this is a good place to look.

Pro Cycling

Manufacturers

  • Co-Motion: This is a small, high quality  bicycle builder  in Oregon that made my touring bike, the Americano.
  • Arkel OverDesigns: This is one of the best pannier manufacturers around. I used  GT-54 and GT-30 bags on my tour.
  • Bike Friday: Another Oregon bike company, they build a broad range of folding bikes. Although I didn't ride my Bike Friday on this tour, I highly recommend their bikes.

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