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These links give you a good overview of the world of cycling and its context to social studies.


Pro Cycling
Discover the exciting world of professional cycling.

Cycling News and History
Where the past meets the present

Science of Cycling
Get the story behind the story. Find out how science plays a role in how fast you go and what bike you ride.

Race Across America
People ride 2,900 miles across the country every year. Why? Check this site to find out.

Road Safety
Find out what's safe and what's not with this helpful site.

Propelled by Pedals
This site, put together by kids just like you, gives you all kinds of information on cycling, including history, pros, safety, parts, and even puzzles. Don't miss it!

Great Adventures to Scenic Places
Follow Gary Nero as he cycles 20,600 miles across the United States, stopping at every single national park along the way. Follow the map of his route, see pictures of him riding and what he saw, and check out all the gear he had to take with him. You can even ask questions of bicycle experts. This site, in conjunction with PBS, is one of the best sites on the Web!

Cross-Country Cyclist
Follow these fifth-graders as they ride from Oregon to Virginia, tracing the route of Lewis and Clark in reverse!

Pedaling.com
Find great rides all over the country.

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