Monday, October 13, 2008

THE BICYCLE SEARCH ENGINE

Made so it will only search content rich related websites, this custom search engine will find what you are looking for relating to bicycles and bike maintenance. No commercial crap sites in these results. Enjoy :) Here's a list of the sites that are on it: howtofixbes.ca, bicycletutor.com, sheldonbrown.com, ratrodbikes.com, bikeforums.net, ihpva.org, recumbents.com, chopperbicycle.net, motocruisers.com and many others. If you know of a site that should be included, let me know at xddorox (at) gmail.com and I will gladly add it if it is content rich.







Google Custom Search

8 comments:

GhostRider said...

If you felt like it, you could add Bikecommuters.com to the lineup. We like to think we're content-rich, at least ;)

Gerry Lauzon said...

I agree fully. Thanks for the info, it's done.

Gerry :)

Anonymous said...

Great job!!!
Hit ours at www.jacusdeduasrodas.blogspot.com
thanks.
m.doc

Gerry Lauzon said...

I can't read Portuguese, but it looks like a cool site. It's done bro.

Gerry :)

Yokota Fritz said...

Interesting... Found via Maglia Rosa.

I whipped up a similar thing a couple of years ago here, though I'm afraid I've let it languish since then.

Some big sites you seem to be missing include icebike.org, kenkifer.com, bikewinter.org, biketraffic.org, bikeportland.org, the commuter bike database at commutebybike.com, momentumplanet.ca, urbanvelo.org, etc.

Anonymous said...

manix2 from mx.
great job well done. Thanks for de information.

Владимир said...

Hi Gerry!
I'm blogging on a bicycle and bicycle tourism in Ukraine. There are reviews of new bikes and inventions and folding bike. There are records of trips, and tips for beginning cyclists. Blog in Russian, updated daily. Has up to 500 visitors a day. His lifetime of 2 years. I like to think we're content-rich.

Place, please add to my blog http://alkatrion.com/

Thanks!
Vladimir Chubatuсk

Anonymous said...

I think adding lfgss.com would be good. the site is pretty well ranked on google as it is- first tree search result normally.