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Bike For All >> The essential resource for everyone who cycles… or is thinking about it.

Everything you wanted to know about cycling but were afraid to ask Cycling is fun, fast, green and healthy. That's why we want you to spend more time pedalling, and less time sitting in front of the computer. is a filter, listing the useful bike stuff on the internet, ignoring the duff. There are some excellent sources of information out there, if you know where to look. Bikeforall's editorial team know their way around the web and bring you a daily-updated collection of up-to-date links and news. Each link has been hand-picked and described briefly. You can rate them: score the links out of ten to show other users which are the most useful.

CTC Home

CTC - the UK's national cyclists' organisation We are the country’s largest group of people on bikes. Our mission is ‘to make cycling enjoyable, safe and welcoming for all.’ Our work, which includes high-profile campaigning on behalf of all cyclists, is made possible by your help and support. So why not join 70,000 people united by a passion for cycling and become part of the UK's largest and oldest cycling organisation, and support the work of the newly-formed CTC Charitable Trust?(Registered No. 1104324)

Adventure Cycling Association

OUR MISSION Since 1973, our mission has been to inspire people of all ages to travel by bicycle for fitness, fun, and self-discovery. Everyone understands fun and fitness, but what about self-discovery? Well, all we can say is, judging by what we hear from cross-country cyclotourists stopping in at Adventure Cycling headquarters, traveling by bike is a truly life-changing experience. A common observation is that crossing our nation by bike is a way to see it at its best.

Crazyguyonabike: A place for bicycle tourists and their journals

This is a free website for hosting bicycle touring journals, forums and resources. The content is contributed by people from all over the world. You can browse the journals, or register and then create your own. Also check out the forums (message boards) and resources (a database of links, businesses and other useful info). See the site map for a more complete overview of the features.