TCTC Tandem Resources

The Tandem Link
www.thetandemlink.com

Seven Cycles
www.sevencycles.com

DoubleTalk & Tandem Club of America
tandemclub.org

Calfee Design
calfeedesign.com

House of Tandems
houseoftandems.com

Cannondale
www.cannondale.com

Harris Cyclery
www.sheldonbrown.com

Gear-To-Go Tandems
www.gtgtandems.com

Precision Tandems
www.precisiontandems.com

Peter White Cycles
www.peterwhitecycles.com

Sanatana Cycles
www.santanatandem.com

Tandem Magazine
www.tandemmag.com

Rodriguez Tandem Bicycles
www.rodbikes.com

CO-MOTION Cycles
co-motion.com

Raleigh
www.raleighusa.com

Tandems East
www.tandemseast.com

Tandems Limited
www.tandemsltd.com

Da Vinci Tandems
www.davincitandems.com

 

League of American Bicyclists:

http://www.bikeleague.org

The League of American Bicyclists (LAB) is a non-profit membership organization which promotes cycling for fun, fitness and transportation through advocacy and education. A 501(c) nonprofit, the League is one of the largest membership organizations of cyclists in the United States.

Founded in Newport, Rhode Island, on May 30, 1880, as the League of American Wheelmen by Kirk Munroe and Charles Pratt, it soon became the leading national membership organization for cyclists in the United States. The League was also the governing body for amateur bicycle racing in the U.S. during the late 19th century.

LAB is the voice for cyclists at the national level, and organizes an annual National Bike Summit to bring professionals and advocates in Washington, D.C., together with government representatives. A major supporter of the event is the Bikes Belong Coalition (BBC), a ยง501(c)(6) trade association for the bicycle industry which lobbies Congress for funds to build bicycle usage in the U.S. The Summit has attracted around 500 attendees in recent years (as of 2009).

In addition to BBC, LAB works in partnership with other organizations such as America Bikes ("leveraging federal transportation dollars for bicycling", primarily with BBC money), the Alliance for Bicycling and Walking (lobbies for government money to encourage bicycle usage while receiving substantial industry funding), Federal Highway Administration, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), NCUTCD and NCUTLO in order to "create a more bicycle-friendly America".