Find Bicycle Resources
Suggested Reference Sources
Suggestion: Scientific/technical books on Bicycles have a "Library of Congress" Call Number Range : TL400-TL410 . You can Browse call numbers in Green and Engineering Libraries around these call numbers for scientific perspectives on bicycles.
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Library:The UMTRI Library houses one of the world's most extensive collections of literature on traffic safety. It reflects the diversity of disciplines that the field comprises: biomechanics, lighting, vehicle dynamics, driver behavior, and injuries from motor-vehicle crashes. Links to UMTRI reports and data sets.
Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley: Publications of the ITS are found in the Harmer E. Davis Transportation Library
Bicycle Commuting – commuting tips from the Sierra Club
Critical Mass: Critical Mass is a monthly bicycle ride to celebrate cycling and to assert cyclists' right to the road. The idea started in San Francisco in September 1992 and quickly spread to cities all over the world. This site attempts to be the most complete guide to local Critical Mass rides around the globe.
TRIS Online: National Transportation Library
RITA :Research and Innovative Technology Administration (search: bicycles)
Transportation Research Board: . This website has links to articles on commuting and transportation science and planning.
TranStats: The Intermodal Transportation Database: a "one-stop" source for transportation data, providing an integrated searchable index of more than 100 databases covering every mode of transportation, plus social and demographic data commonly used in transportation research. Interactive mapping and analytical tools aid the researcher/analyst. From the Department of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS).
Librarians Internet Index: http://lii.org/: a searchable index of websites annotated by reference librarians. Search for keywords: transportation.