How to bike
The 90stastic bike resource,
as useful and lucid as it is guilelessly messy,
is the marvellous Sheldon Brown’s how-to guide
(e.g. How do I work with cantilever brakes?)
These look like some fun links:
Ding lights are Australian-designed lights that also
have a downlight to illuminate the road and the cyclist,
assisting the cyclist and approaching drivers. AUD170.
Knog does bike lights with well-designed removable clips.
Omafiets, the bike shop where I have the most
and their attempt at non-ugly bike luggage.
That bizarre electric bike computer thing
Those original 80s/90s solar powered computer bikes that I always forget the names of.
The names I’m looking for are…
created by technomad, Steven K. Roberts a.k.a.
He went on to make boats that are even more ridiculously geeked out than his bikes
Essential in these desertified, windy times.
Borrell, Brendan. 2016. “The Bicycle Problem That Nearly Broke Mathematics.” Nature News
535 (7612): 338. https://doi.org/10.1038/535338a
Wilson, David Gordon, Theodor Schmidt, and Jim Papadopoulos. 2020. Bicycling Science. Fourth edition. Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England: The MIT Press.