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tandem@hobbes.ucsd.edu  A mailing list for tandem bicycle enthusiasts.  
	Suitable topics include questions and answers related to tandem 
	componentry, riding technique, brands and equipment selection, 
	prices, clubs, rides and other activities, cooperating on a section 
	on tandems for the rec.bicycles.* FAQ, etc.  For more information 
        send mail to "listserv@hobbes.ucsd.edu" with the body of the
	message having the line "info tandem", or point your WWW client at
	<http://www-acs.ucsd.edu/home-pages/wade/tandem.html>, or
	finger tandem@hobbes.ucsd.edu.

BOB is the Bridgestone Owner's Bunch, and this is the internet
	edition of it.  This is a mailing list, not a newsletter, and has no
	connection with the real Bridgestone-sponsored BOB except in name and
	in spirit.  Get more information by sending mail to
	bob-request@cs.washington.edu.

HPV list  The HPV list is for the discussion of issues related to the 
	  design, construction, and operation of human powered vehicles 
	  and closely related kin. (Hybrid  human/electric, for example.) 

	  For further information, send a mail message containing the 
	  following single line in the message, to majordomo@ihpva.org:

	  info hpv

BICYCLE on LISTPROC@LISTPROC.NET
 
   The BICYCLE list was formed to provide a forum for cyclists to
   discuss all topics related to bicycles, mtn.  biking, and cycling in
   general.  This is NOT the place to discuss issues related to
   motorcycling.
 
   To subscribe to BICYCLE send the following command to LISTPROC@LISTPROC.NET
   in the BODY of e-mail:
 
      SUBSCRIBE BICYCLE real name
 
   For example: SUBSCRIBE BICYCLE John Doe
 
   Owner: Chris Tanski  ctanski@quest.arc.nasa.gov


BikeMidwest

  A new regional internet discussion group has been started to discuss bicycle
  advocacy issues in the midwest area.  BikeMidwest was started to connect
  cyclists in L.A.W. Regions 6, 7, 8 and 9.  That is, the states of Ohio,
  Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
  Iowa and Missouri.  Of course, people from outside this area are welcome
  to join.
  
  Subscriptions to the list are handled by a computer program called
  Majordomo.  To subscribe, send a message with the following command in the
  body of the message to Majordomo@fuji.physics.indiana.edu:
   
  subscribe BikeMidwest
  

 Bicycle BBS

 BicycleBBS offers free access to cyclists.  The # is 619-720-1830.  
 The BBS is run by Neil Goren, Neil@BicycleBBS.Org.

 BicycleBBS also has a mailing list.  Anyone can join by sending e-mail to:

 ARMBRC-request@BicycleBBS.Org and put "JOIN" in the text body anywhere.

 VeloNet has a list of some 200 cycling-related mailing lists,
 all run under standard majordomo protocols, with both live and
 digest formats.  Subscribe/unsubscribe requests should go to
 majordomo@cycling.org
 
 Here are the "international/general" lists:
 
 * bikecurrent - Discussions regarding Bicycle Electronics 
 * bikeham - Cycling and Amateur Radio Operation
 * bikemedic - Cycling and Emergency Medical Services 
 * bikepeople - General/International list for Bicycle Advocacy
 * bike-station - Bike commuter centers at transit stations
 * bikes-n-transit - Taking your bicycle on public transit
 * bmx - General BMX Discussion List
 * coaching - Coaching discussions for racers
 * commute-logistics - Discussions regarding bicycle commuting logistics
 * facilities-n-planning - Transportation infrastructure affecting cycling
 * iccc - International Christian Cycling Club
 * icebike - Winter cycling
 * ifcmc - International Federation of Cycle Messengers and Companies
 * imba - International Mountain Bicycling Association
 * marketplace - Discussions regarding buying a bicycle or components
 * messengers - Bicycle Messengers and Couriers
 * mtb - General Discussions about Mountain Biking
 * mtb-trials - Mountain Bike Trials Riding
 * moulton - The Moulton Bicycle Club Mailing list
 * patrol - Discussions regarding Mountain Bike Patrols
 * power-assist - Power-assisted HPVs
 * promoters - Race promotion
 * race-results - International, Cat A & USPRO Race Results
 * randon - Randoneering (touring and non-competitive ultradistance)
 * safety-n-education - Discussions of Bicycle Safety and Education
 (formerly ca-bike-safety)
 * team-internet - International Team Internet Racing Team
 * touring - Bicycle Touring
 * ultra - Dicussions regarding ultra marathon cycling events
 * velonet-admin - Discussions regarding the operation of VeloNet

Web sites:

Trento Bike Pages
http://www-math.science.unitn.it/Bike/

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