|Crazy guy on a bike|
Crazy guy on a bike is the best site on the web if you are interested in bicycle touring. Packed with useful information and mad stories. Some people are bonkers!
Sheldon Brown’s site is packed with information about all things on two wheels. A great source of information. Highly recommended!
The Disreali gears site has a whole load of information about rear derailleurs and is a good starting point for researching this component.
A great british adventure: Bakewell, Peak District National Park.
|Anjou Vélo Vintage|
Anjou Vélo Vintage brings together 2,650 participants and 20,000 visitors from 20 countries it is now an unmissable event for bike enthusiasts and vintage fashion.
|The National Cycling Charity|
The National Cycling Charity is passionate about the positive difference cycling makes to individuals and communities.
Sustrans is a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day.
The goal of VeloBase is to provide a comprehensive database of vintage cycling. This is a great place to start if you are researching components for a restoration.
Glory Days specialise in vintage British steel bicycles and guided ride packages for groups in the Peak District.
|The Veteran-Cycle Club|
Formed in 1955 to promote the riding and conservation of old cycles in addition to the study and exchange of information about the history of cycles and cycling.