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Resources for Research
Rede de Estudos em Duas Rodas (Network for Two-Wheel Studies) is an IJMS-inspired website coordinated by Fábio Magnani that hopes to promote motorcycle and bicycle studies in the academic community (e.g., among engineers, sociologists and physicians), and facilitate connections between members of the academy and the real world (citizens, companies and government). Based at the Brazilian Federal University of Pernambuco, the website disseminates the research conducted at UFPE itself, and also proposes bibliographies and contacts for those looking for resources and partners. The website focuses on everything about two-wheeled vehicles, including design, marketing, philosophy, accidents, culture, traffic, technology, fiction, environmental sustainability and economics.
Designed by Tim Fransen, Digital Design Technician at the University of the Arts, London, this interactive timeline charts the history of motorcycle travel literature. Pan the timeline by dragging it horizontally and click on the grey bars to get book details. Readers are encouraged to suggest additions by completing the form at the bottom of the timeline page.
Motorcycle Travel Books/Motorrad Reise Bücher
This database offers access to bibliographic details on over 1100 motorcycle travel books published from 1907 to the present, the most extensive collection in the world. Over 800 come from Bernd Tesch's private collection.
Steven Alford and Suzanne Ferriss
Resources for Teaching
Carter A. Edman
Steven E. Alford and Suzanne Ferriss
Steven E. Alford
Robin Peck, St. Thomas University
Katherine Sutherland, Thompson Rivers University
Randy D. McBee, Texas Tech University
Ed Youngblood's MotoHistory
The Enginecycle motorcycle directory is a free online directory, which includes a rich listing of motorcycle industry participants in the American market. Present directory categories include: Motorcycle Manufacturers, Motorcycle Magazines, Motorcycle Museums, Motorcycle Technical Schools, and Motorcycle Cafes & Diners.
This listing at KneeDraggers.com was recommended to us by Mrs. McVey's 5th-grade class at Cleary Mountain Elementary School.
Friends of IJMS
Riders for Health
The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF), incorporated in 1987, is a membership-based national motorcyclists’ rights organization headquartered in Washington, D.C.