Links to some web sites that I dig
New York Bike Jumble - Harry Schwartzman has been putting on some great swap meets in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Philadelphia.
The Bicycle Stable - This is a shop that was recently opened in Philadelphia (Fish Town) by my old pal Chaz Vlasits. It's in a building that used to be the stable for police horses.
Six Nine Design - Ross Shafer used to be the creative genius behind Salsa. Check out where he's working his magic aujourd'hui.
The Kreb Cycle - "KEEPING BICYCLE RACING ALIVE ON LONG ISLAND!" A great shop in Bellport, N.Y. owned my by my pal Chris who is, in fact, keeping bike racing alive on Long Island.
Classic Rendezvous - is hosted by Dale Brown. Dale also the owner of the email list by the same name, as well as Cycles De Oro in Greensboro, N.C. If you dig vintage lightweights this is THE place.
Le Cirque du Cyclisme - is an event that celebrates vintage lightweight bicycles and also artisans that are building traditional bike frames.
Bike Cult - is the web site put up by Dave Perry for his Manhattan bike shop Bike Works. Dave also wrote the book named "Bike Cult". This site has a ton of great stuff.
Taliah Lempert - is a classically trained painter who's preferred subject is bicycles.
Huntington Bicycle Club - Our local bike club.
Velo-Retro - Chuck Schmitt's web site for the vintage lightweight collector. Home of the Campagnolo time line. A source for catalogue reprints and cool t-shirts.
Bikelist.org - This is the host for the Classic Rendezvous and Frame Builders' email list servers, plus a bunch of other interesting bike related lists.
Bicycle Quarterly - Formerly Vintage Bike Quarterly. This is a great publication for vintage lightweight enthusiasts.
The Freewheel Collective - This is a group of bicycle advocates who fix up salvaged bikes and give them away, give free bicycle repair classes and do what they can to get people out of cars and onto bikes.
The Horton Collection - This is a site that showcases an incredible collection of bicycle racing memorabilia by Brett Horton. Brett is a great guy and one of the worlds leading collectors.
The Long Island Metal Workers Society - This is a little club that I started in July on 2005. It doesn't have anything to do with bicycles.