Monday, January 19, 2009

LINKS TO OTHER BIKE SITES I LIKE. (Mostly bikes anyways.)

Since the right sidebar is getting quite crowded and the links of other websites and blogs of interest, including howtofixbikes.ca reader's, is getting longer, I decided to gather them all here. I will also add any other blog or website of interest here in the future. So please feel free to suggest any additions for me to review and I will gladly add them. Here's the list:

Retro Vintage  My local buddy Wesley who restores vintage bikes.

DIGnGO   (High-end bicycle tours throughout Europe.)

Jack's Garage  (A reader's blog about homebuilt recumbents, you gotta see this)

Underground Velo (Another Rat Biker friend of mine)

Reciclone (A reader's bicycle restoration blog in Spanish and English)

TWOSPOKE.COM (Bike forum for all tastes)

Reusable Grocery Bags

Bike Reviews

Local Bike Trader

Bike Trailer Blog

Bike Hugger

Opus Urbanista Blog


The Bicycle Bum (Huge directory of bike makers)

Rat Rod Bikes Discussion Forum

CHUNK 666 (Bike craziness at it's weirdest!)

North Baltimore Bike Brigade

For the love of bicycles


Bicycles and Beansprouts, a journey

Biking Brits

Righteous Velo Metal Broad

Bike commuting adventures in France


Montreal Gazette Bicycle Blog

The Bicycle Tutor

The Bike of Doom

For Bikes Sake!

Kustom and Classic Bicycles

BMX site and forum



The IHPVA site for recumbents

Ottawa Bicycle Club

Blog for the self sufficient family

Makezine, make anything!


Until next time, ride safe and Godspeed.

Gerry :)


Ian Chow-Miller said...

Hey Gerry,

The link to the Montreal Bike Gazette site has ttp: instead of http: in the URL so the link doesn't work.


Gerry Lauzon said...

Thanks for the heads-up Ian, the bug is fixed.

Gerry :)

Larry said...

You might check out http://www.dclxvi.org/chunk/

Mostly silly, but fun anyway.

Gerry Lauzon said...

Done Larry. How could I forget the CHUNK gang?
Gerry :)

Anonymous said...



(end self-promotion)

Gerry Lauzon said...

North Baltimore Bike Brigade added.

Thanks for the link.

Gerry :)

Anonymous said...

Thank YOU for the link, Gerry:)
Dan is a fireman also, down here in Maryland:)

Anonymous said...


You might check out biketrailerblog.com and spokeandword.com for this or the search engine.


Neal said...

Here's one for your consideration. An encyclopedia of bike tools!