[CR] Let Your Fingers Do The Walking Through The Velo-Pages


Example: Racing:Beryl Burton

From: "R.S. Broderick" <rsb000@hotmail.com>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 12:52:16 -0500
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Subject: [CR] Let Your Fingers Do The Walking Through The Velo-Pages


The (...hopefully) temporary absence of WoolJersey is most unfortunate, and it is my sincere hope that Morgan will be able to once again make this invaluable resource available to fellow vintage cycling enthusiasts - whether it be recovered to its previous state or reformulated from scratch.

Inasmuch as I was privy to the extent of the problem a bit sooner than some others, I came to a conclusion early on that it would likely prove prudent to seek an alternate means of hosting the various vintage cycling catalogs, brochures, magazine articles, and such that I had previously posted to WoolJersey (...some, with the acknowledged and much appreciated help of others). To that end, I went about securing a new domain name, dedicated server space, and the requisite Gallery software to reconstitute a portion of that which had previously been available through WoolJersey (...and yes, it is being backed up "off site" each and every night). At this point in time, said content has been dutifully categorized, uploaded, annotated, and is now available for public perusal using the following link:

http://www.Velo-Pages.com http://www.velo-pages.com/

After you have accessed the site using the link provided above, click on any of the appropriate sub-albums. Navigation from that point should pretty much be a familiar straight forward "point and click" operation. As before, this library of vintage cycling material has been grouped into four distinct categories or albums, and these may be described as follows:

"Catalogs / Brochures / Posters / Decals / Ephemera" - this high level album serves as the digital home to a collection of various vintage cycling related materials, primarily catalogs and brochures, all grouped into manufacturer specific sub-albums. The focus here would be component and/or accessories manufacturers and within each of the manufacturer sub-albums, pertinent material is presented in chronological order. Generally speaking, you will find catalogs, brochures, and technical manuals, but I have also included the occasional tech article as well as some advertising copy in select instances (...and there is LOTS more to come sometime after our move back out to the West Coast).

"Maintenance / Repair / Miscellaneous Technical Information" - this album primarily contains technically oriented articles either detailing with the "how to" of proper maintenance or providing descriptive specifics pertinent to vintage components available at the time of publication. This time around, I have also seen fit to include manufacturer specific articles (...Campagnolo, Simplex, Zeus, etc.) which may similarly be found within those albums dedicated to the manufacturer in question. As before, I have included copies of the Sutherland's Handbook For Bicycle Mechanics, volumes 1, 2, and 3 (...although these are password protected at this time because I still do not yet have the express written consent of the legitimate copyright holder for their republication on the internet under terms of the Fair Use Doctrine).

"Road Tests / Reviews" - as the title implies, this album chronicles those bicycle road tests and reviews published over the years as well as interviews and articles specific to frame builders / manufacturers. Said articles are posted chronologically by date of their original publication and without regard to manufacturer.

"Trade Shows / Expos" - this album contains published reports from the likes of the Paris, Milan, and New York City bicycle shows. My primary reason for including these accounts is that they serve as an excellent guide to determine exactly when particular items were introduced to the public inasmuch as most of these shows were used to debut new components and ideas.

I would like to underscore the fact that any and everyone is more than welcome to link to the articles and information posted to Velo-Pages and/or even replicate same for personal use. HOWEVER, wanton plagiarism and/or republication of same without the express written permission of the copyright holder is not likely to be looked upon favorably by the fine folks at Rodale Press and may lead to a revocation of our current agreement for internet republication under the terms of the "fair use" doctrine and even quite possibly prompt legal action on their part. So, while all of this wonderful information may well "want to be free", as a particular CR List member once quite publicly opined, please use common sense and discretion with respect to this resource or otherwise needlessly risk its complete and total loss to the vintage cycling community as a whole.

Coincident to birth of the new Velo-Pages, it may well be worth noting that I took the opportunity to complete the process of digitizing and uploading ALL of that material I physically have on hand which once appeared in the pages of Bicycling and Bike World magazines as published from 1970 through 1980 inclusive - and this represents the addition of quite a few more resources than were previously available on WoolJersey. Despite missing a precious few issues (...specifically, Bicycling / 1973 JAN, Bike World / 1972 APR, and Bike World / 1972 OCT - and anyone who might be willing to allow me to borrow a copy of these magazines so that I might digitize the contents and thereafter promptly return it, is STRONGLY encouraged to please contact me directly and "OFF LIST"), I believe that the timing is now appropriate for me to include a full accounting of the various articles which are currently available online through Velo-Pages. While the following compilation may well be considered a bit lengthy with respect to those posts normally associated with this particular forum, I have rarely been accused of being terse. More importantly, by virtue of the fact that the following virtual compendium may subsequently be accessed via the CR List archive function, it means that this can hereafter be used as a "searchable index" - something which can easily be imported into anyone's email or word processing program and examined accordingly. For example, one might at some future date recall this text and perform a search for the term "Motobecane" or "SunTour" or perhaps even "chain" to easily identify those articles germane to their particular interests or needs.

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Maintenance / Repair / Miscellaneous Technical Information:

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Evolution Of The Pedal (Bicycling 1969-03)

Chain Drive Technology (Bicycling 1970-02)

Schwinn GT-100 Rear Derailleur Reliability (Bicycling 1970-03)

Brakes For Bicycles (Bicycling 1970-04)

Discussing Crank Length Theories

Introduction: Crank Length Controversy (Bicycling 1970-05)

Long Cranks Revisited (Bicycling 1970-10)

Where Does Speed Go? (Bicycling 1970-05)

How A Front Derailleur Works (Bicycling 1970-07)

Lubrication For Chains And Alloy Sprockets (Bicycling 1970-08)

Bicycling Bearings (Bicycling 1970-09)

Brake Adjustment (Bicycling 1970-09)

Parallelogram Derailleur Adjustment Technique (Bicycling 1970-10)

Diagnosing Chain Jump (Bicycling 1970-10)

Bottom Bracket Upkeep (Bicycling 1970-11)

The Custom Bicycle

The Custom Bicycle - Part 1 - Frameset (Bicycling 1970-11)

The Custom Bicycle - Part 2 - Frameset (Bicycling 1971-04)

The Custom Bicycle - Part 3 - Selection Of Wheels (Bicycling 1971-09)

The Custom Bicycle - Part 4 - Finding Spare Parts (Bicycling 1971-11)

The Custom Bicycle - Part 5 - Wheel & Tire Sizes (Bicycling 1971-12)

The Custom Bicycle - Part 6 - Handlebar Options (Bicycling 1972-01)

Cables: Fitting And Repair, Service And Selection (Bicycling 1970-12)

Bearing Maintenance (Bicycling 1971-01)

Headset Bearings (Bicycling 1971-02)

Proper Wheel Alignment (Bicycling 1971-03)

The Bikes The Stars Use (Bicycling 1971-04)

Maintenance: Frame & Accessories (Bicycling 1971-04)

Cross-Over Gearing (Bicycling 1971-05)

Diagnosing And Fixing Derailleur Chain Skip (Bicycling 1971-05)

Spoke Twist Prevention (Bicycling 1971-07)

The Hub Of The Matter - Phil Wood (Bicycling 1971-12)

Chain Drives For Tandem Bicycles (Bicycling 1972-02)

The Design Of The Bicycle (Bike World 1972-02)

All About Brake Mechanisms (Bike World 1972-02)

How To Use Your Gears (Bike World 1972-02)

Innovative Pedals (Bicycling 1972-03)

Bicycle Stability

Bicycle Stability - Part 1 (Bicycling 1972-05)

Bicycle Stability - Part 2 (Bicycling 1972-06)

Designing Proper Touring Gear Ratios

Correct Gear Ratios (Bike World 1972-06)

Getting Into Really Low Gears (Bike World 1972-06)

Tuning Tourist Gears (Bike World 1974-05)

Gearing Without Pain (Bike World 1975-01)

Calculating Proper Spoke Length (Bicycling 1972-08)

Andrew's Hub Modification (Bicycling 1972-08)

Converting The SunTour Honor Derailleurs For Touring (Bicycling 1972-08)

Bike Maintenance: Rim Problems (Bike World 1972-08)

The Right Components (Bike World) 1972-08)

Selecting A Bicycle (Bike World 1972-12)

What Makes A Bicycle Good? (Bike World 1972-12)

Converting From Simplex To Campy

Converting From Simplex To Campy - Part 1 (Bike World 1972-12)

Converting From Simplex To Campy - Part 2 (Bike World 1973-02)

A Case For Long Cranks (Bike World 1972-12)

Dealing With Derailleurs At Home (Bicycling 1973-02)

Wheel And Bracket Bearing Adjustment (Bicycling 1973-02)

Getting To Know Your Frame (Bike World 1973-02)

Custom-Made Bicycles (Bike World 1973-02)

That Important Stop (Bike World 1973-02)

How About A Tandem? (Bike World 1973-02)

Converting A Track Bike (Bike World 1973-02)

Plotting And Mounting A Proper Gear Chart (Bicycling 1973-03)

All About 3-Speeds (Bicycling 1973-03)

Pedaling Rates And Gear Sizes (Bicycling 1973-03)

New Phil Wood Products (Bicycling 1973-03)

Polishing Alloy Parts (Bicycling 1973-04)

Product Reports: Huret Jubilee / Allvit (Bicycling 1973-04)

Your Touring Bike (Bike World 1973-04)

A Camping Bike (Bike World 1973-04)

How & Why Of Lubrication (Bike World 1973-04)

Inside A Bicycle Factory (Bike World 1973-04)

On Making A Tandem (Bike World 1973-04)

Wrapping And Padding Your Handlebars (Bicycling 1973-05)

All About Bicycle Components

All About Derailleurs (Bicycling 1973-05)

All About Cranks (Bicycling 1973-06)

All About Brakes (Bicycling 1973-11)

Repairing Frayed Cables (Bicycling 1973-06)

All About Components

All About Components - Part 1 - Cranksets / Brakes (Bike World 1973-06)

All About Components - Part 2 - Headsets / Derailleurs / Pedals (Bike World 1973-08)

All About Components - Part 3 - Handlebars / Stems (Bike World 1973-10)

All About Components - Part 4 - Saddles (Bike World 1974-01)

All About Components - Part 5 - Seat Posts / Binder Bolts (Bike World 1974-02)

All About Components - Part 6 - Freewheels (Bike World 1974-11)

All About Components - Part 7 - Headsets (Bike World 1974-12)

Repairing A Broken Stem (Bicycling 1973-07)

The Whys And Ways Of Wheels (Bicycling 1973-07)

Reconditioning A Bike

Reconditioning A Bike - Part 1 (Bicycling 1973-10)

Reconditioning A Bike - Part 2 (Bicycling 1973-11)

Reconditioning A Bike - Part 3 (Bicycling 1973-12)

Reconditioning A Bike - Part 4 (Bicycling 1974-01)

Reconditioning A Bike - Part 5 (Bicycling 1974-02)

Reconditioning A Bike - Part 6 (Bicycling 1974-03)

New "Schwinn Approved" Huret Wide Range Derailleur (Bicycling 1973-10)

The Racing Bike (Bicycling 1973-11)

Conquering A Hard Leather Saddle (Bicycling 1973-12)

Drilling Components

The Drill-Out Craze (Bike World 1973-12)

Drilling Do's, Don'ts, And How-To's (Bike World 1974-05)

Lightning Your Bike

Lightning Your Bike - Part 1 (Bicycling 1974-04)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 2 (Bicycling 1974-05)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 3 (Bicycling 1974-06)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 4 (Bicycling 1974-07)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 5 (Bicycling 1974-08)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 6 (Bicycling 1974-09)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 7 (Bicycling 1974-10)

Lightning Your Bike - Part 8 (Bicycling 1974-11)

Teledyne Titanium Bottom Bracket Spindle (Bicycling 1974-04)

Rolling Resistance On Criterium 250 Tubulars (Bicycling 1974-06)

What's In A Spoke? (Bike World 1974-06)

The Great Tube Controversy (Bicycling 1974-08)

How Are Bicycle Tubes Made? (Bicycling 1974-08)

If It's From Pino, It's New (Bike World 1974-08)

Shimano Six Speed Dura-Ace Competition Freewheel (Bicycling 1974-08)

Three New Brakesets - Weinmann Symetric / CLB Racer 73 / Zeus 2000 (Bike World 1974-09)

Gearing Nomograms (Bicycling 1974-10)

Sidepull Brake Synopsis (Bicycling 1974-12)

The Revolution Is Almost Here - Pino Morroni / Phil Wood (Bicycling 1974-12)

Super Record Makes The Scene (Bike World 1974-12)

An Interview With Phil Wood (Bike World 1975-01)

Carbon Fiber Framesets

Filament Wound Reinforced Plastic Frames (Bicycling 1975-02)

Exotic Bicycle Development (Bicycling 1975-08)

Crankset And Chain Ring Developments (Bicycling 1975-02)

Wheel Building Theory And Practice

Step By Step Wheel Building (Bike World 1975-02)

More About Wheels (Bike World 1975-03)

Jobst Brandt And Donald Pensack In A Technical Dual (Bike World 1975-07)

Using Logic And Experience In Wheel Building (Bike World 1977-09)

New Derailleur From Shimano - Positron (Bike World 1975-02)

Technical Notes / Bike World

Technical Notes - Frameset Materials / Ergal / Titanium / Headsets (Bike World 1975-03)

Technical Notes - Aluminum Frames / Zeus 2000 / Speedwell (Bike World 1975-05)

Technical Notes - Bill Shook / Pino Morroni / Cool Gear / Cinelli 3L saddle (Bike World 1975-06)

Huret Allvit / Shimano Positron Rear Derailleurs (Bicycling 1975-03)

Knowing Your Drivetrain

Knowing Your Drivetrain - Part 1 - Freewheels, Chainwheels, Derailleurs (Bicycling 1975-03)

Knowing Your Drivetrain - Part 2 - Choosing Gears That Suit You (Bicycling 1975-04)

Rebuilding Freewheels

Rebuilding Freewheels - Part 1 (Bicycling 1975-03)

Rebuilding Freewheels - Part 2 (Bicycling 1975-04)

So You'd Like To Build A Custom Bike? (Bicycling 1975-03)

Checking The Brake System (Bicycling 1975-03)

How To Keep Your Bike In Top Running Condition (Bicycling 1975-04)

Unsung Heros Of The Bicycle Revolution: Earl Aldrich And Bob Reedy (Bicycling 1975-04)

New Derailleurs From Japan For 1975 (Bicycling 1975-05)

Design Considerations For An Ultralight Track Bike (Bicycling 1975-05)

Developments In Braking

Developments In Braking - Wet Or Dry (Bicycling 1975-05)

More On Wet Braking Developments (Bicycling 1976-10)

Mail Order Catalogs

A Look At Mail Order Catalogs (Bike World 1975-05)

Catalogs - Another View (Bike World 1975-06)

Six Speed Freewheel Problems (Bicycling 1975-05)

Five Or Six Speeds? (Bicycling 1975-06)

Minimizing Hub Friction (Bicycling 1975-07)

Smooth As Satin Hub Cones (Bike World 1975-07)

Equipment Review (Bicycling 1975-08)

Building The Ultimate Tough Bike (Bike World 1975-08)

Making Simplex Derailleurs Work (Bike World 1975-08)

Caring For Your Headset (Bicycling 1975-09)

Controlling Your Wipeout - Testing Leading Brake Brands (Bike World 1975-09)

New Zeus Components - The 2000 Series (Bicycling 1975-09)

Step By Step Wheels

Step By Step Wheels - Part 1 - Spokes (Bicycling 1975-10)

Step By Step Wheels - Part 2 - Spoke Stress (Bicycling 1975-11)

Step By Step Wheels - Part 3 - Rims (Bicycling 1975-12)

Step By Step Wheels - Part 4 - Hubs (Bicycling 1976-01)

Step By Step Wheels - Part 5 - Tires (Bicycling 1976-02)

Step By Step Wheels - Part 6 - Wrapping It Up (Bicycling 1976-03)

Cleaning Up Your Drive Train (Bike World 1975-11)

Don't Junk That Cluster (Bike World 1976-01)

Anatomy Of A Winner (Freewheel) (Bike World 1976-01)

Better Than 531? Reynolds 753 (Bicycling 1976-03)

Product Review: The New Shimano 600 Series (Bicycling 1976-04)

Build Your Own Super Tourer

Build Your Own Super Tourer - Part 1 (Bicycling 1976-05)

Build Your Own Super Tourer - Part 2 (Bicycling 1976-06)

Build Your Own Super Tourer - Part 3 (Bicycling 1976-07)

Some New Equipment For 1976 (Bicycling 1976-05)

Bearing With Ball Bearings (Bike World 1976-05)

Building A Frame

Building A Frame - Part 1 (Bicycling 1976-06)

Building A Frame - Part 2 (Follow-Up) (Bicycling 1976-09)

Building A Frame - Part 2 (Extra) (Bicycling 1976-11)

Building A Frame - Part 3 (Bicycling 1977-01)

Building A Frame - Part 4 (Bicycling 1977-03)

Bearings, Derailleur Pulleys, And Friction (Bicycling 1976-06)

Better Brakes Are Coming (Bicycling 1976-07)

A Visit To Columbus (Bicycling 1976-07)

Looking At Shimano's FF System (Bicycling 1976-07)

How To Spray Paint Your Bicycle

How To Spray Paint Your Bicycle - Part 1 (Bicycling 1976-09)

How To Spray Paint Your Bicycle - Part 2 (Bicycling 1976-10)

Tips On Basic Maintenance (Bike World 1976-09)

Thoughts On Setting Up A Bike (Bicycling 1976-10)

Wish Books - More Than 90 Current Catalogs To Dream Over (Bicycling 1976-11)

The Positech Brake (Bicycling 1976-11)

Stems And Cotter Pins (Bicycling 1976-12)

All About 15 Speeds

All About 15 Speeds - Part 1 (Bicycling 1977-03)

All About 15 Speeds - Part 2 (Bicycling 1977-04)

All About 15 Speeds - Part 3 - Converting From 10 To 15 Speeds (Bicycling 1977-05)

All About 15 Speeds - Part 4 - Feedback (Bicycling 1977-07)

All About 15 Speeds - Part 5 - Postscript (Bicycling 1978-01)

On Building A Frame (Bike World 1977-03)

Innovations From Huret And Phil Wood (Bicycling 1977-03)

Pedal Technology

Pedal Technology - Part 1 - Overview (Bicycling 1977-04)

Pedal Technology - Part 2 - Cinelli / Barelli / Hi-E (Bicycling 1977-05)

Pedal Technology - Part 3 - Phil Wood / Weyless / ERTD (Bicycling 1977-06)

Pedal Technology - Part 4 - Cleats / Clips / Technique (Bicycling 1977-07)

Which Brake Levers For Small Hands (Bicycling 1977-06)

Toe Clips: How They Increase Pedaling Efficiency (Bicycling 1977-06)

Taping Touring Sources (Bike World 1977-06)

Sealing Your Bike Components (Bicycling 1977-07)

New Product Reviews

New Products From Japan (Bicycling 1977-08)

News From Japan And Italy (Bicycling 1977-09)

Rotating Body Weight (Bike World 1977-09)

Details On The Lambert Bicycle Fork (Bicycling 1977-10)

Frame Repairing And Refinishing With Finesse (Bike World 1977-10)

Equipping Your Race Bike

Equipping Your Race Bike - Part 1 - Wheels (Bike World 1977-10)

Equipping Your Race Bike - Part 2 - Stems / Bars / Posts / Saddles (Bike World 1977-11)

Equipping Your Race Bike - Part 3 - Cranksets (Bike World 1977-12)

Equipping Your Race Bike - Part 4 - Freewheels & Cogs (Bike World 1978-01)

Equipping Your Race Bike - Part 5 - Frames (Bike World 1978-03)

Taking The Mystery Out Of Sew-Ups (Bike World 1977-11)

Taking The Tension Out Of Spoke Adjustment (Bike World 1977-11)

Thoughts On Chains (Bicycling 1977-12)

A Look At The Five-Speed Hub Gear (Bike World 1977-12)

Fashion versus Function: Some Notes On Frame Design (Bicycling 1978-01)

The SunTour Superbe Group (Bicycling 1978-01)

Saddles

Saddles - Part 1 (Bicycling 1978-02)

Saddles - Part 2 (Bicycling 1978-03)

Gearing Made Simple (Bike World 1978-03)

Sorting Out Gear Options (Bike World 1978-03)

The Art Of Derailleur Selection (Bike World 1978-03)

The Ultimate City Bicycle (Bicycling 1978-04)

Wheel Equipment

Wheel Equipment - Prologue - The Pro Mechanic (Bicycling 1978-04)

Wheel Equipment - Prologue - Calculating Spoke Length (Bicycling 1978-04)

Wheel Equipment - Part 1 (Bicycling 1978-05)

Wheel Equipment - Part 2 (Bicycling 1978-06)

Wheel Equipment - Part 3 (Bicycling 1978-07)

All About Twelve Speeds (Bicycling 1978-05)

Ideas And Innovations - End Shifters (Bicycling 1978-05)

All About Components

All About Freewheels (Bicycling 1978-06)

All About Derailleurs (Bicycling 1978-08)

All About Cranksets

All About Cranksets - Part 1 (Bicycling 1978-11)

All About Cranksets - Part 2 (Bicycling 1978-12)

All About Cranksets - Part 3 (Bicycling 1979-01)

A Look At New Hubs - Avocet Models I, II, III (Bicycling 1978-08)

Competition Inspires Seven Speed Sprocket (Bicycling 1978-09)

Seven Speed Freewheel From Regina (Bicycling 1978-09)

Taking The Mystery Out Of Derailleurs (Bike World 1978-09)

Long Live The Hubs (Bike World 1978-09)

All About Gear Shifting (Bicycling 1978-10)

Shimano's 600 EX (Bicycling 1978-10)

New Side Pull Brakes

New Side Pull Brakes - Part 1 (Bicycling 1978-11)

New Side Pull Brakes - Part 2 (Bicycling 1978-12)

Repairing A Broken Spoke (Bicycling 1978-11)

Hints For The Shimano Uniglide Chain (Bicycling 1978-11)

Lightweight Equipment - How Does It Affect Your Cycling (Bicycling 1979-01)

Wheel Truing For Beginners (Bike World 1979-01)

Bicycle Tires

Bicycle Tires - Part 1 - Tire Repair (Bicycling 1979-02)

Bicycle Tires - Part 2 - Upgrading Your Bike With High Pressure Tires (Bicycling 1979-02)

Bicycle Tires - Part 3 - Choosing Bicycle Tires (Bicycling 1979-03)

The Ultimate Bottom Bracket - Bullseye Rollerbracket (Bicycling 1979-02)

A Truly All-Weather Brake (Bicycling 1979-03)

50 Hours With A Master Builder (Bicycling 1979-03)

What's New At Campagnolo (Bicycling 1979-03)

Framebuilding Can Be An Expensive Experience (Bike World 1979-03)

Easy Steps In Building Your Own Custom Bike (Bike World 1979-03)

Basic Bicycle Lubrication (Bicycling 1979-04)

Tire And Rim Standardization (Bicycling 1979-04)

Shimano Dura-Ace EX (Bicycling 1979-04)

Listening To Your Bicycle (Bicycling 1979-05)

Brake Adjustment

Brake Adjustment - Part 1 (Bicycling 1979-06)

Brake Adjustment - Part 2 (Bicycling 1979-07)

Reducing Rolling Resistance (Bicycling 1979-06)

Gearing For Loaded Touring (Bicycling 1979-06)

Custom Bicycle Frames (Bicycling 1979-07)

Basic Frame Geometry (Bicycling 1979-07)

A Shifting System For Beginners - Altus / Selecta (Bicycling 1979-07)

How To Troubleshoot Your Gears

How To Troubleshoot Your Gears - Part 1 (Bicycling 1979-08)

How To Troubleshoot Your Gears - Part 2 (Bicycling 1979-09)

Super Lightweight Components

Super Lightweight Components - Part 1 - OMAS (Bicycling 1979-08)

Super Lightweight Components - Part 2 - Galli (Bicycling 1979-09)

Super Lightweight Components - Part 3 - Gipiemme (Bicycling 1979-11)

Expert Tips On Buying A Used Bike (Bicycling 1979-09)

Advanced Braking Theory (Bicycling 1979-09)

Proper Crank Arm Lengths - Resolution Of The Revolutions (Bike World 1979-09)

Removing The Rear Wheel In Three Easy Steps (Bicycling 1979-11)

Sturmey Archer Hubs (Bike World 1979-11)

Getting In And Out Of Toe Clips With Ease (Bicycling 1980-01)

Bicycle Workshop - All About Components

Bicycle Workshop - Part 1 - All About Rear Derailleurs (Bicycling 1980-01)

Bicycle Workshop - Part 2 - All About Front Derailleurs (Bicycling 1980-03)

Bicycle Workshop - Part 3 - All About Shift Levers (Bicycling 1980-04)

Bicycle Workshop - Part 4 - All About Bicycle Chains (Bicycling 1980-12)

Use Winter To Put Spring Into Your Bike (Bike World 1980-01)

A Trio Of Triple Chainwheels (Bicycling 1980-03)

Selecting, Placing, And Installing Cleats (Bicycling 1980-03)

Make Sure Your Bike Is Properly Aligned (Bicycling 1980-03)

Cold Setting And A Few Facts (Bicycling 1980-03)

Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes & Hub Gears (Bicycling 1980-03)

Road Testing A Five Speed Hub (Bicycling 1980-04)

Stopping Power - A Comparison Test Of 18 Brake Pads (Bicycling 1980-05)

Visit With An Inventor - Phil Wood (Bicycling 1980-05)

Adapting A 36 Hole Hub To A 48 Hole Rim (Bicycling 1980-06)

The Geometry Of Handling (Bicycling 1980-07)

There's More Than One Way To Build A Tandem (Bicycling 1980-08)

Spoking Geometry And Wheel Strength (Bicycling 1980-10)

How To Overhaul Your Cottered Crank (Bicycling 1980-10)

Taping Handlebars (Bicycling 1980-12)

Keeping Ahead With Your Headset (Bicycling 1980-12)

Road Tests / Reviews:

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Raleigh Professional (Bicycling 1969-03)

Oscar Wastyn (obituary) (Bicycling 1969-03)

Dawes Galaxy (Bicycling 1969-05)

Schwinn Paramount Tandem (Bicycling 1969-06)

Moulton Prototype (Bicycling 1970-02)

Ottavio Bottecchia (Bicycling 1970-05)

Rene Herse Folding Bike (Bicycling 1970-07)

Moulton Mark III (Bicycling 1970-08)

Gitane Tour de France (Bicycling 1970-12)

Hi-E Cosmopolitan (Bicycling 1971-01)

Bottecchia (Bicycling 1971-02)

Masi Gran Criterium (Bicycling 1971-03)

Colnago (Bicycling 1971-06)

Raleigh International / Professional (Bicycling 1972-04)

Nishiki Safari (Bicycling 1972-05)

Lugless Welded Frames (Bike World 1972-06)

Fuji Road Racer (Bicycling 1972-07)

Atala Professional (Bicycling 1972-08)

R.E.W. Reynolds (Bicycling 1972-08)

Schwinn Sport Tourer (Bike World 1972-08)

Colnago (Bike World 1972-08)

Victoria 647D Alpine DeLuxe (Bicycling 1972-09)

1972 Bicycle Showcase (Bicycling 1972-10)

Corso (Bicycling 1972-10)

Lambert (Bicycling 1972-10)

Lambert / Viking / Reg Harris (Bicycling 1972-11)

Witcomb, Ltd.(Bicycling 1972-11)

Falcon San Remo (Bicycling 1972-11)

Ficelle Racer (Bicycling 1972-12)

Mondia Special (Bicycling 1972-12)

Bevilaqua Special (Bicycling 1973-02)

Ferrare Super Chrome (Bicycling 1973-02)

Holdsworth (Bicycling 1973-02)

1973 Bicycle Showcase (Bicycling 1973-02)

Raleigh Professional (Bike World 1973-02)

Italvega Super Speciale (Bicycling 1973-03)

Peugeot PX10 (Bicycling 1973-03)

Fuji Special Road Racer (Bicycling 1973-04)

Crescent Pepita Special (Bicycling 1973-04)

Schwinn Paramount Professional (Bike World 1973-04)

Schwinn World Voyageur (Bicycling 1973-05)

The Original Plastic Bike (Bicycling 1973-06)

Pegasus (Bicycling 1973-06)

Hetchins Racing / Touring (Bicycling 1973-06)

Holdsworth (Bike World 1973-06)

Nishiki Road Compe (Bicycling 1973-07)

Fuji Newest Deluxe (Bicycling 1973-08)

Benotto Track Bike (Bike World 1973-08)

A.D. Stump (Bike World 1973-08)

Follis 672 (Bicycling 1973-09)

Aluminum Alloy Frames (Bicycling 1973-09)

Motobecane Le Champion (Bicycling 1973-10)

Harris Vertical Bike (Bicycling 1973-10)

The Bike Shops of Paris (Bicycling 1973-11)

Sutter Sport Deluxe (Bicycling 1973-11)

Windsor Carrera Sport (Bicycling 1973-12)

Falcon Merckx (1973 TdF winning bike) (Bike World 1973-12)

De Rosa (Bicycling 1974-01)

Maserati MT8 (Bicycling 1974-02)

Sekai Custom Criterium 4000 (Bicycling 1974-02)

Gitane "Traveller" Collapsible Bike (Bicycling 1974-02)

Teledyne Titan (Bicycling 1974-02)

Teledyne Titan (Bicycling 1974-03)

Coppi Giro d'Italia (Bicycling 1974-03)

Albert Eisentraut (Bicycling 1974-04)

Paris Sport Model 69 (Bicycling 1974-04)

Motobecane Grand Jubile (Bicycling 1974-05)

Schwinn Le Tour (Bicycling 1974-06)

Panasonic Model Line (Bicycling 1974-06)

Fuji S10-S Special Road Racer (Bicycling 1974-07)

Merckx Hour Record Colnago (Bicycling 1974-07)

Speedwell Titalite / Flema / Teledyne Linair Titan (Bike World 1974-07)

Bridgestone Kabuki Skyway (Bicycling 1974-08)

Atala Grand Prix (Bicycling 1974-09)

Nishiki International (Bicycling 1974-10)

Stella SX-73 Model B (Bicycling 1974-11)

Fuji Take-Apart Bike (Bicycling 1974-11)

St. Etienne US-10 (Bicycling 1974-12)

Mossberg Racelite (Bicycling 1974-12)

Bridgestone (Bicycling 1975-01)

Teledyne Titan Streamliner (Bike World 1975-01)

Fuji Ace (Bicycling 1975-02)

Viscount Aerospace Pro (Bicycling 1975-03)

Colin Laing (Bicycling 1975-03)

Miyata Model MX-E / Model MX-M (Bicycling 1975-04)

Klein (Bike World 1975-04)

Takara Model 8 / Model 732 (Bicycling 1975-05)

Atala Grand Prix II / Corsa (Bicycling 1975-05)

Follis Tandem (Bicycling 1975-06)

Azuki 860 Sports Tourer (Bicycling 1975-06)

Super Track Bikes - Fuji / Kabuki / Masi / Miyata / Panasonic / Ron Cooper (Bicycling 1975-07)

Vitus Duralinox (Bike World 1975-07)

Falcon Olympic 78 (Bicycling 1975-08)

Panasonic Pro / Sport (Bicycling 1975-08)

Fuji Professional / Kabuki Diamond Road / Miyata Professional / Panasonic Professional (Bike World 1975-08)

KHS K-3 Gran Sport (Bicycling 1975-09)

Motobecane Le Champion / Mirage (Bicycling 1975-09)

Windsor Professional (Bicycling 1975-10)

Miyata Model S / Model T (Bicycling 1975-10)

Peugeot PY10 (1975 TdF winning bike) (Bicycling 1975-10)

Carabela Semi Pro (Bicycling 1975-11)

American Frame Builders (Bicycling 1975-11)

Bridgestone Kabuki Diamond Road / Hilltopper (Bicycling 1975-12)

1953 Fausto Coppi CdM Bianchi (Pelossi) (Bike World 1975-12)

Schwinn Paramount P-13 (Bicycling 1976-01)

Ron Cooper / Bob Jackson (Bicycling 1976-02)

Viscount product line (Bicycling 1976-03)

Eisentraut Limited (Bicycling 1976-04)

A Shopping Guide To $130 Bicycles (Bicycling 1976-05)

Cino Cinelli (Bicycling 1976-05)

Sutter Titanio Corsa Special (Bicycling 1976-06)

Peugeot PY10 (1975 TdF winning bike) (Bicycling 1976-07)

Gitane Tour de France / model 600 (Bicycling 1976-07)

Jim Merz (Bicycling 1976-07)

Nishiki Pro frameset (Bicycling 1976-08)

Top 5 Tandems - Jack Davis / Urago / Gitane / Jack Taylor / Southern Cross (Bicycling 1976-08)

Custom Tandem Builders (Bicycling 1976-08)

Kobe Cobra / Zebrakenko Wind (Bicycling 1976-09)

1938 Goericke Gentleman's Bicycle (Bicycling 1976-10)

Jim Redcay (Bicycling 1976-10)

Charlie Roberts (Bike World 1976-10)

Austro Daimler Vent Noir (Bicycling 1976-11)

Speedwell Titanium Track (Bike World 1976-11)

Centurion Pro-Tour (Bicycling 1976-12)

Bickerton Special (Bike World 1976-12)

Mondia Special / Criterium / Cyclo-Cross (Bicycling 1977-01)

Sekai 2500 Grand Tour / 5000 Superlite (Bicycling 1977-02)

Takara Model 761 / Model 731 (Bicycling 1977-03)

Bicycles from $180 to $205

Bicycles from $180 to $205 - Part 1 (Bicycling 1977-04)

Bicycles from $180 to $205 - Part 2 (Bicycling 1977-05)

21 American Frame Builders (Bicycling 1977-05)

Fastab Tomaso (Bicycling 1977-06)

Schwinn Paramount Tandem (Bicycling 1977-07)

Jack Taylor Cycles (Bicycling 1977-08)

Gitane (1976 TdF winning bike) (Bicycling 1977-08)

Motobecane Grand Touring (Bicycling 1977-09)

Assemmacher Tandem (Bike World 1977-09)

Paris Sport 753 (Bicycling 1977-10)

Soma Superbe / Competition (Bicycling 1977-10)

Raleigh Industries (Bicycling 1977-11)

Exxon Graftek G-1 (Bicycling 1977-11)

Raleigh Team 753 (Bicycling 1977-12)

Peugeot PX10LE (Bicycling 1977-12)

Alan Super Record (Bicycling 1978-01)

Tom Kellogg (Bike World 1978-01))

Dawes Double Blue (Bicycling 1978-02)

Trek (Bicycling 1978-02)

Della Santa / Davidson / Serotta (Bicycling 1978-03)

Mercian Custom (Bike World 1978-03)

Schwinn Superior (Bicycling 1978-04)

Fuji S10-S LTD (Bicycling 1978-05)

Klein Team Super (Bicycling 1978-06)

Proteus Pro Bike Shop (Bicycling 1978-06)

First Time Bicycle Buyers Guide (Bicycling 1978-07)

Zebrakenko Record Tour / Country Road (Bicycling 1978-07)

Peugeot PY10E / Guerciotti / Masi EX (Bicycling 1978-08)

3 Speed Bikes - Raleigh Tourist / Sprite 27 / Schwinn Speedster / Univega Tri-Star (Bicycling 1978-09)

Bickerton Folding Bicycle (Bicycling 1978-09)

Consumer's Guide To $100 to $150 Bikes (Bicycling 1978-10)

A Trio of Tandems - Gitane / Motobecane / Peugeot (Bicycling 1978-11)

11 Three Speed Bikes (Bicycling 1979-02)

Twelve Derailleur Bikes In The $200 Range (Bicycling 1979-03)

Tom Teasdale (Bike World 1979-03)

Choosing A $210 To $250 Bicycle (Bicycling 1979-04)

Schwinn Le Tour IV (Bicycling 1979-11)

Ross Super Gran Tour (Bicycling 1979-11)

Trek 714 (Bicycling 1979-11)

Fuji America (Bicycling 1980-03)

Miyata Gran Touring (Bicycling 1980-03)

Univega Gran Turismo (Bicycling 1980-03)

Mariposa (Bicycling 1980-03)

Windsor AM-6T (Bicycling 1980-04)

Takara Pro-Tour 990 (Bicycling 1980-04)

Two Top Tandems - Fuji / Bertin (Bicycling 1980-07)

Rodriguez Tandem (Bicycling 1980-07)

A.D. Stump (Bicycling 1980-08)

Colnago Super (Bicycling 1980-08)

Woodrup Giro Touring (Bicycling 1980-10)

Raleigh Team 753 (Bicycling 1980-12)

Trade Show / Expos:

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1970 Paris Salon de Bicyclette / 1971 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1971-06)

1971 New York International Cycle Show (Bicycling 1971-08)

1972 New York International Cycle Show (Bicycling 1972-04)

1972 Japan Bicycle Show (American Bicyclist 1972-06)

1972 Paris Show Salon de Bicyclette (Bike World 1972-12)

1973 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1973-05)

1973 Paris Show Salon de Bicyclette - Part 1 (Bicycling 1973-12)

1973 Paris Show Salon de Bicyclette - Part 2 (Bicycling 1974-01)

1974 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1974-05-A)

1974 Palm Springs Bike Show (Bike World 1974-05)

1974 Cologne Bicycle Show (Bike World 1974-12)

1975 National Bicycle Dealers Association Show (Miami) / 1975 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1975-04)

1975 New York City Cycle Show (Bike World 1975-04)

1975 Paris Salon de Bicyclette (Bicycling 1975-12)

1976 Paris Salon de Bicyclette (Bike World 1976-02)

1976 Milan Bicycle Show (Bicycling 1976-02)

1976 New York City Cycle Show - Part 1 (Bicycling 1976-04)

1976 New York City Cycle Show - Part 2 (Bicycling 1976-05)

1976 Cologne Bicycle Show - Part 1 (Bicycling 1976-12)

1976 Cologne Bicycle Show - Part 2 (Bicycling 1977-02)

1977 Anaheim Bicycle Dealer Showcase (Bicycling 1977-04)

1977 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1977-05)

1977 Paris Salon de Bicyclette (Bicycling 1978-01)

1977 Milan Bicycle Show (Bicycling 1978-02)

1978 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1978-05)

1978 Anaheim National Bicycle Dealer Association Show (Bicycling 1978-06)

1978 Cologne Bicycle Show (Bicycling 1979-01)

1979 Milan Bicycle Show (Bicycling 1980-03)

1980 New York City Cycle Show (Bicycling 1980-06)

1980 Amsterdam Bicycle Show (Bicycling 1980-06)

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Robert Broderick

...in less than 30 days, we'll be moving away from...

...the "Frozen Flatlands" of South Dakota

Sioux Falls, USA