- BMX Bikes
The popularity of BMX bikes began in California during the 1970s, when teenagers began imitating their motocross heroes.
- Cyclists Racing on Road Bikes (Digital Video)
Cyclists ride their road bikes as they compete in a bicycle race along a paved road.
- Mountain Bikes
A mountain bike is specifically designed for biking on unpaved surfaces. Learn more about mountain bicycles with this helpful mountain bike guide.
- Exercise Bikes
An exercise or stationary bike is an effective way to get an aerobic workout indoors. It is ideal for when the weather is bad, and it can be used by cyclists for training during the off-season.
- Recumbent Bikes
A recumbent bicycle features pedals that are roughly the same height as the seat and is ridden from a reclined position. Recumbent bike proponents claim these bicycles are safer to ride.
- Road Bike Parts
Learn about the distinguishing features of road bikes and their components, especially as distinguished from mountain bikes and BMX bikes.
- Buying a Dirt Bike
Dirt bikes are typically designed for either racing or trail riding, so the type of bike you choose will depend on the type of riding you plan to do, as well as your size.
- BMX Bike Parts
BMX bikes are designed for young riders between the ages of 7 and 14 years old. With their small, sturdy frames, 20-inch wheels, and hand brakes, BMX bikes are maneuverable and practical for kids.
Exercise Bicycle (Photograph)
Exercise bikes are also known as stationary bicycles and exercycles. Most exercise bikes make use of an ergometer, which is a device that measures the work a person exerts while exercising.
- Buying a Bicycle
View this website to learn tips about buying a bicycle, whether it be a road bike, off-road, or a cruiser. Information about each type of bicycle is included.
- Recumbent Bicycle History
Recumbent bicycles allow the rider to sit in a reclined position instead of erect while pedaling. Learn about the history of recumbent bikes and find links to manufacturers and dealers.
- Dirt Bike
A dirt bike is a light-weight motorcycle designed for off-road riding. Visit this site for more information about dirt bikes, as well as information about selecting a dirt bike and dirt bike safety.
Bicycle Rack (Photograph)
Some bike racks attach to the roof or the rear of a vehicle and can usually carry two to five bicycles. This photo shows a typical rear-mounted bike rack carrying four bicycles. This type of bike rack is often used for transporting bicycles on cars.
- Bicycle Information Guide
This bicycle guide features convenient links to bicycle shops, parts, and accessories, as well as a guide to bicycle tours.
- Cycling Trainers
A cycling trainer is designed for cycling indoors when weather conditions are not optimal. Learn more and find links to cycling trainers and stationary bicycle manufacturers.
- New Bicycles outside a Bicycle Shop (Digital Image)
A line of new bicycles in various colors — red, green, blue, and purple — sits outside of a bicycle shop.
- Bicycle Locks
Bicycle locks secure bikes and prevent theft. Learn about different types of locks, bars, cables, and chains, and find links to bicycle lock suppliers.
- Motor Scooters
Motor scooters are motorized bikes with a step-through frame. They are available with two-stroke or four-stroke motors and have either manual or automatic transmissions.
- Police ATV on a Winter Day (Digital Image)
In this photo, a fully-accessorized ATV is being used by police on a snowy day. ATVs, also called all terrain vehicles, quad bikes, and off-road vehicles, can take you where other vehicles may not be able to go.
- Riding a Stationary Exercise Bike (Digital Video)
A fitness enthusiast wearing sweats rides one of the stationary bikes at a fitness center.