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HuwB

JustCycling's New Net Biking Biblioteca

I am going to tidy up the library links, into one post and some sort of order.
Either PM me with new links, or stick them in the old thread and we should have a usuable sticky. Wink
English Speaking News and Current Affairs

http://www.cyclingnews.com/

http://www.uci.ch/Templates/UCI/UCI5/layout.asp?MenuID=MTYxNw

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/cycling/

http://www.cyclingweekly.co.uk/

http://www.podiumcafe.com/

http://www.bikeradar.com/

http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/index.html

http://www.bignewsnetwork.com/index.php/cat/a2c577416a43750a/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/cycling/

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/wire?sportId=1300

http://www.podiuminsight.com/

http://www.abc.net.au/news/tag/cycling/

http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/cycling/wires/

http://www.cycling123.com/

http://www.universalsports.com//SportArchives.dbml?

http://www.dailypeloton.com/

http://velonews.com/

http://velobios.com/

http://cycleto.com/

http://www.velonation.com/

http://www.europeloton.com/

http://interview.cyclingfever.com/

http://www.newsnow.co.uk/h/Sport/Cycling



Statistics and Records

http://www.cyclingarchives.com/index.php

http://www.cqranking.com/men/asp/gen/start.asp

http://www.procyclingstats.com/index.php

http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.net/

http://www.cyclingcols.com/

http://ciclismo.sitiasp.it/motore...94465ff0&lingua=eng&da=lm

http://www.biciveneto.it/italiancyclingte.html

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/

http://www.cyclinghalloffame.com/index.asp

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/veloarchive/riders/index.htm

http://www.cyclingbase.com/calend...27&moiss=Juin&idtitle=3#9

http://www.sportsrecords.co.uk/cycling/

http://www.veloarchive.com/

http://www.cyclingranking.com/?http://www.cyclingranking.com/home.php

http://www.salite.ch/struttura/default.asp?Ultime=10

http://www.climbbybike.com/index.asp

http://bikecalculator.com/veloMetric.html

http://www.cyclingbase.com/index.php

http://www.cyclingwebsite.net/database.php

http://www.cyclinglinks.nl/

http://startlists.cyclingfever.com/

http://www.cyclingrevealed.com/

http://www.itsallaboutcycling.com/index_es.html

http://matsport.fr/



Media Connections

http://www.cyclingfans.com/

http://www.steephill.tv/

http://www.cyclingphotos.co.uk/cycling1/cycling1.html

http://www.colnagonews.com/colnagogallery/

http://www.world-of-cycling.com/photo.htm

http://www.topfoto.co.uk/gallery/tourdefrance/default.htm

http://direct8.directmedia.fr/pro...s/emissions/0/cyclisme-45735.html

http://www.videopeloton.com/default.aspx

http://www.rtbf.be/sport/cyclisme...-nieuwsblad-en-direct-video-29904

http://www.tvchannelsfree.com/channels/4/Sport

http://www.satelliweb.com/index.p...res&type=Sport%20-%20Cyclisme

http://www.videosdeciclismo.net/

http://www.sportitalia.com/SI2live.aspx

http://www.myp2p.eu/index.php?part=sports

http://live.sporza.be/cm/lmc

http://fr.justin.tv/directory/sports

http://www.teamskyfans.com/videohighlights2010.html

http://www.youtube.com/user/worldcyclingchannel2

http://www.worldlivetv.org/ (rai sport etc)

http://www.youtube.com/user/worldcyclingchannel3

http://www.youtube.com/gcn



Foreign Affairs

http://www.lequipe.fr/Cyclisme/

http://archivo.marca.com/edicion/marca/ciclismo/es/index.html

http://www.as.com/ciclismo/

http://www.todociclismo.com/
 
http://www.lavuelta.com/09/ingles/recorrido/index.asp

http://www.cyclismag.com/

http://www.cyclingwebsite.net/

http://www.grenoblecycling.com/index.htm

http://www.letour.fr/2009/TDF/COURSE/fr/le_parcours.html

http://www.gazzetta.it/Ciclismo/

http://www.cyclisme-dopage.com/

http://www.velo101.com/

http://www.velomagazine.fr/

http://www.velo-club.net/index.php?op=edito-nonews

http://paris.thover.com/story.php?l=en&ID=131

http://www.wielernieuws.be/ploegen.html

http://www.wieleruitslagen.be/transfers2006-2007.php

http://www.nieuwsblad.be/sportwereld/Wielrennen/

http://www.sporza.be/cm/sporza.be/wielrennen

http://www.radsport-news.com/

http://www.biciciclismo.com/cas/site/inicio.asp

http://cyclebase.nl/?pc=normal&am..._limit=60&lang=en&news=en

http://www.wielerland.nl/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

http://www.tuttobiciweb.it/index.php

http://www.sportbreizh.com/


Local Links

http://www.irishcycling.com

http://www.eveshamwheelers.org.uk/

http://www.britishcycling.org.uk/web/site/BC/bchome/home.asp

http://www.roadcyclinguk.com/

http://www.lvrc.org/

http://www.stirlingbikeclub.org.uk/

http://www.gocyclekent.co.uk/

www.abergavennyfestivalofcycling.co.uk.



Odds and Sods

http://www.ergo-log.com/

http://www.prendas.co.uk/

http://cyclingfansanonymous.blogspot.com/

http://www.deraileduk.com/

www.chicksandbikes.blogspot.com

http://www.clinlabnavigator.com/


Lance Links
http://cozybeehive.blogspot.com/2...ozyBeehive+%2528COZY+BEEHIVE%2529




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levi

well done HUW also know any good books on the tours i could get myself for xmas.
bianchigirl

A couple to add that I couldn't see in there:

Cyclismag http://www.cyclismag.com/

Velo Club http://www.velo-club.net/

Nice job Huw Wink
levi

another one for you HUW is veloarchive.com
happa gal

Please add:

podiuminsight - http://www.podiuminsight.com/ -comprehensive coverage of North American cycling
Fontfroide

http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Gorge/2922/index.html

They, Yahoo, say this one is dead.
HuwB

Done.
I'll put them into catagories, now.
Probably: News, Stats and Records, Media, Foreign, US?, Local...
TNG

HuwB wrote:
Done.
I'll put them into catagories, now.
Probably: News, Stats and Records, Media, Foreign, US?, Local...


Great job, Huwb.....but given the multi-national nature of the member list, what constitutes 'Foreign' and 'Local'? Laughing

Is is possbile to have a category for links to the sites offering live streaming? I know I can probably trawl through the 'Cycling on TV and the Internet' sticky, but it would be useful to have all the links in one place rather than spread over over 43 pages.
HuwB

They tend to vary, but those that don't will be put in the media section.
Other than that, we have cyclingfans, steephill and one or two others yet to be added, that provide links to most available links.
The obscure net feeds will still by in found in the other thread, come race days.....
Mrs John Murphy

Local - Europe
ROW - ex-Colonies Wink
kathy

Perhaps 'English' and 'Other languages' would be a better idea.  I and others here read and post from threads in French, Spanish and Italian, whereas others post stuff in Dutch and German.  And I'm sure MJM and Pantanifan read stuff in Romanian and Hungarian!
last km

and I con spake lanky like what it is spoke...lad...happen..put a ferret down yer keks lass....
mr shifter

levi wrote:
another one for you HUW is www.veloarchive.com


So that's where you have been with your "Nicknames" hunting. !

I would like to ask a pertinent question here.

I am collating my personal records and have been searching around for Archives of Vuelta Espana in an attempt to locate the mountains and altitudes used in the past 20 years. ??

Be Lucky.
levi

mr shifter i have not found  a list of moutains yet,but this site gives you some interesting facts on the vuelta.its called wapedia.mobi/en/vuelta
to add also there is www.lavuelta.com you can get a list of the mountains up to 2004 ,sorry but no heights.
kathy

last km wrote:
and I con spake lanky like what it is spoke...lad...happen..put a ferret down yer keks lass....


So can I actually - my Mum was from Oldham.  She used to say something like 'Go and play on your own middin!'  No idea how to spell it!
mr shifter

levi wrote:
mr shifter i have not found  a list of moutains yet,but this site gives you some interesting facts on the vuelta.its called wapedia.mobi/en/vuelta


Yup, I've been there.
Another one that is good for Race Results.

My Browsing has revealed to me that I must avoid these USA sites and cyclingnews also as they only go back a short time in their so called archives.

I think they got introduced to cycle sport when the internet started up and some guy started a 7 year winning streak of some race or other. (well just the one race really)

Be Lucky...I've just caught a view of Rominger & Cipollini doing a two man break in a 1990's Giro with german commentary on DSF. (ah they were the days) before digital.
kathy

Mr S, the internet started long before someone 'won' seven Tours.  I was using Prestel on a BBC computer many moons ago - can't remember when exactly.  We used it to book hotels and ferries and things, and joined forums even in those days. Laughing
berck

kathy wrote:
Mr S, the internet started long before someone 'won' seven Tours.  I was using Prestel on a BBC computer many moons ago - can't remember when exactly.  We used it to book hotels and ferries and things, and joined forums even in those days. Laughing


Prestel is/was not the Internet. Way different types of methods to do somewhat similar things. The Internet started in the 60's and started getting refined in the 70's and 80's. The World Wide Web (which most people confuse with the Internet) got started in the early 90's
kathy

berck wrote:
kathy wrote:
Mr S, the internet started long before someone 'won' seven Tours.  I was using Prestel on a BBC computer many moons ago - can't remember when exactly.  We used it to book hotels and ferries and things, and joined forums even in those days. Laughing


Prestel is/was not the Internet. Way different types of methods to do somewhat similar things. The Internet started in the 60's and started getting refined in the 70's and 80's. The World Wide Web (which most people confuse with the Internet) got started in the early 90's


I think you're splitting hairs a bit there, Berck.  As a means of world wide communication, Prestel achieved exactly the same as what we call the Internet does now.  Of course, only a small fraction of people used it in those days.  And the 'Internet' itself was widely available long before TUE won his Tours.
berck

Again, you are confusing 'The Web' and the Internet. But, I do agree that they both started before Armstrong even won one TdF.

I see Prestel very much like the Bulletin Board Systems we had here in the States. You dial into those systems and you're on those systems. You're also confined to what those systems provide for you. These systems were centralized, and both were precursors to 'The Web'.

When you hook into the Internet, you can do anything that the is provided on the internet from all kinds of different sources, for Email, surfing the Web, transfering files. The Internet is a distributed system. 'The Web' is nothing more than a protocol or service that runs over the internet.
mr shifter

mr shifter wrote:


My Browsing has revealed to me that I must avoid these USA sites and cyclingnews also as they only go back a short time in their so called archives.



This is my main point, but thanks I now feel more informed.
You have just confimed that they had the tools before the 7 year itch but not the knowlege.

I was using restricted computor programes within the company that employed me back in the seventies.
I am so glad we never had mobile (cell) phones in those days as the boss's secretary would have been giving us his latest comments all day long. (it was much better to get them in the Pub later)

While on the subject of goo gooland and the web geeks.
My country has suffered by so much misrepresenting by Hollywood and now the geeks have lost our countries.

Hotels, flights, ferries and whatever the Web will say what Country do you live in and the only choice is to scroll through the list and sometimes find GB but nearly always it's the UK.
I found on another forum that a guy was complaining he could not find his country of Malta and I replied he cannot find ENGLAND, WALES or SCOTLAND as we have been wiped off the face of the earth by the GEEKS.
UK is not a COUNTRY.

EDIT 29th April 2010
Three & half months without comment.
Why, well the UK is the Queens Realm of 4 countries and run on her behalf by her government who have been selected for her by the voting public. (any queeries with this, then check out Oliver Cromwell and the last Revolution here)
(yes I know the Royalists won in the long term and still screw the arse off us peasants)

So to those Dumb Geeks who run the web, can we please have our Countries back.
bianchigirl

We probably have this one but I was reading the Magni interview - an absolute cracker - so wanted to share

http://bikeraceinfo.com/oral-history.html
headwind

bianchigirl wrote:
We probably have this one but I was reading the Magni interview - an absolute cracker - so wanted to share

http://bikeraceinfo.com/oral-history.html


smashing read bg!! mille grazie for the link.

I thought this was particularly relevant reading in there:

One of the most beautiful episodes of this era happened during the Giro of 1955. This would have been your third Giro win when you were 35 years old. You wore Pink from the second stage through the ninth stage, then it was worn by Raphael Geminiani and then Gaston Nencini. During the penultimate stage (Trento-San Pellegrino), with Nencini in pink, you and Coppi went for an incredible breakaway of 170 km! This was one of those exploits that make history.

Nencini got a flat on a descent and you and Coppi attacked. It was like a 2-man time trial.
Coppi won that stage and you took the Pink. Is it true that the Italian radios interrupted their programs to report this break?




ahhhhh yes, the sweet smell of not playing fairly....!!!!
Biosphere

I didn't see this one in the list of links - not cycling exclusive but some good stuff nevertheless

http://www.sportsscientists.com/
bergaretxebe

CQ

I think this one is missing

http://www.cqranking.com/men/asp/gen/start.asp

What's CQ?

CQ is short for Cycling Quotient. The CQ-ranking is a world ranking of professional road cyclists, based on their performances during the last 12 months. It can be seen as the non-official successor of the UCI-ranking which disappeared when the ProTour was introduced in 2005.
HuwB

Added, although how I have missed it, I know not, seeing as I have had it bookmarked for years. Embarassed
Biosphere

I spotted that La Gazzetta now has an English version, but cycling is classed in the other sports section  Shocked

http://english.gazzetta.it/More_sports/
Slapshot 3

Just incase this one is missing....

http://bikezilla.wordpress.com/
Slapshot 3

we got this one??

http://www.pavepavepave.com/
Slapshot 3

Another link

http://bikesandpaint.blogspot.com/

These are superb and done by forum member - Sheeponabike



His main website is http://alankinsey.com
gerry12ie

I picked up nos. 1 and 2 of this hardback set L'equipe have just issued but missed out on No. 3 in Liege.  They are a lovely set to have and if I can get the rest I might might be able to shift a few comics from the shelves to make room for all 36.  The beauty of having only minimal French means you can translate them yourself and not have to endure L'equipe's (yellow) jaundiced take on Le Tour.  




http://cyclingmodel.over-blog.com/ext/http://www.macollection.fr/

http://www.macollection.fr/spip.p...nde-sep-equipe&id_article=275
Fontfroide

I ordered all of them, by filling in a postcard.  Haven't got  number two yet.  Looks excellent.  A lot easier to handle than the huge, heavy three volume set they sold a few years back.
Mrs John Murphy

http://flammecast.com/

Which includes a spoof McQuaid blog.
ventoux

Mrs John Murphy wrote:
http://flammecast.com/

Which includes a spoof McQuaid blog.


Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
maffy

most-folks seem to have wandered-off-and-sung-about-gold over there already. have a nice day/longer-time-period y'all Cool

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must try and meet now-nearby-dim for a nice ride sometime
gerry12ie

Some may have missed this for stats/palmares.  Quite good and allows head-to-head comparisons

http://www.procyclingstats.com/ri...;id=140200&CompareToId=140790
Biosphere

gerry12ie wrote:
Some may have missed this for stats/palmares.  Quite good and allows head-to-head comparisons

http://www.procyclingstats.com/ri...;id=140200&CompareToId=140790


Perfect for lazy summer day debates about Cunego vs Leipheimer  Wink
gerry12ie

Indurain v Armstrong Wink  Wink
gerry12ie

Some geezer by the name of Kelly has launched a new website AND a range of clothing...

http://www.seankellycycling.com/

Gerry likes this




Note the wins listed on the back of the jersey Very Happy

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