Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road is an online cycling magazine. It is intended for writers and riders who want to share their on the road cycling stories and pictures. Submissions that follow our guideline are gratefully appreciated. See the appropriate section below. Will publish the best of the best each month.
Thursday, 28 November 2013
Pico’s Cycling – Tales of the Road December 2013 Vol. 1 No. 1
Welcome to the first edition of Pico’s Cycling – Tales of the Road. The focus of this webzine is bicycle touring stories and related articles. For this webzine to be a success, I am hoping to attract other writers/cyclists, who want to share their stories. To make a submission email the text and pictures to email@example.com. I would be delighted to hear from you.
In This Issue
(To view articles click on the links or just scroll down.)
Group Riding As a Family
This is a basic how to article on riding as a family or even any other group of cyclists. The methods discussed were developed by the author and distilled over the years through experience but can still be considered his unique opinion.
Get Yourself a Bicycle Bell
Ever dodge pedestrians on a recreation trail or have a pedestrian walk out in front of your bicycle. Here’s a discussion of how to solve that problem.
A washout of a training run, you never know what you’re going to encounter when you’re following your nose.
Coaster Bikes – Learning to Ride
First published on Bubblews this article discusses an effective proven way to teach the next generation of cyclists to put rubber to the road.
Learning the Ropes the Hard Way
My first real long distance self-contained bicycle tour turned out to be a major learning experience. If you don’t need to learn from my mistakes, you’ll still likely find the ordeal entertaining.
If you’ve enjoyed this issue, please let us know. This webzine is a new learning experience. Any suggestions or ideas are welcome. Time to get to work on the second issue. Pedal power is awesome. Expect to have the next issue ready in the first week of January 2014. See you all again next month.
Pico Triano editor