Here are some links that may be of interest:
I was really impressed by Nina Amir Lacey's article, "Meditative Cycling", at www.consciouschoice.com. This wonderful essay describes the meditative cycling experience. Nina is currently working on a book regarding making the Sabbath spiritual and meaningful, and when it is published, I will include further information about the book and how to purchase it.
You might enjoy Chuck Anderson's essay, "Synchronicity is the Root of Coincidence" on his cycling pages, which may be found at: www.cycletourist.com
If you found the section, "Creating a Meditative Space" helpful, you might appreciate other works by Rabbi Ted Falcon. Please see his biography at www.betalef.org.
If you are new to meditation, or even if you aren't, I highly recommend the book, Peace is Every Step, by Thich Nhat Hanh. The official description of the book states: "Lucidly and beautifully written, Peace Is Every Step contains commentaries and meditations, personal anecdotes and stories from Nhat Hanh's experiences as a peace activist, teacher, and community leader. It begins where the reader already is -- in the kitchen, office, driving a car, walking a part -- and shows how deep meditative presence is available now."
If you liked the Forgiveness Prayer, you might be interested in Stephen Merritt's CD, Journey to Katriel. On the final cut, he recites a theistic version of the prayer, with didgeridoo and shofar accompaniment.
If you're interested in Music for the Congregation of the Spoked Wheel you might want to consider Mal Webb. He's got a tune "Packrat", with the words at http://malwebb.customer.netspace.net.au/packrack.html; and the song "Bike", with a downloadable mp3 at http://malwebb.customer.netspace.net.au/bike.mp3. Political music i ncludes David Rovics's "The Bicycle Song". I can't link to it directly — you'll have to go to his website, http://www.davidrovics.com/ and there you will be able to download the mp3.
Have you ever considered a pilgrimage by bicycle? There's an organization that organizes U.S. Buddhist pilgrimages, Dharma Wheels, at http://www.dharmawheels.org/, with the slogan, "Turning our Wheel for the Dharma". Another famous pilgrimage is to Santiago de Compostela. The best site for information on this pilgrimage is http://members.tripod.com/~matamoro/. One of the most famous religious sites for cyclists is the Chapel of Madonna Del Ghisallo, the patron saint of cyclists. Here's one description of the ride: http://gorp.away.com/gorp/location/europe/italy/bik_ghis.htm, and another description of general destinations for your next European pilgrimage are here: http://home-1.tiscali.nl/~edwinsel/misc_religie.htm. Personally, I 've always been intrigued by the possibility of doing the circuit of the 88 Temples of Shikoku. If you are similarly interested, you should check out Don Weiss's website, "Echos of Incense", http://echoes.bluemandala.com/index.html
Please contact me if you have additional links to suggest.