Category Archives: magazines
Poler’s newest newsprint magazine, the Campvibes Communiqué, is now online and features an interview with Erik and myself on the Oregon Outback. Benji from Poler knows us personally, so this interview goes a bit deeper than your standard interview. The Outback was one of the toughest rides I’ve ever ridden and documented, so it made for some juicy content.
Pick up the Campvibes Comminuqué for $5 at Poler.
On a related note: who is planning on doing it this year? I’m thinking it’s time for round two!
It’s been about a year in the making, but Bunyan Velo’s Issue 05 looks to be one of the online-magazine’s best. Featuring The Radavist contributor Johan Björklund’s epic photos as well as a story on the Oregon Outback, this one’s not to be missed.
Check it out online for free, or you can buy a PDF at Bunyan Velo.
The Ride Journal‘s ninth issue is now available at your local stockist and online. This is a favorite over here at the Radavist. From the excellent cover art to the content, this unique publication works every angle of cycling. Pick up a copy now for £10.50 in the UK or £14.50 worldwide.
The latest, free, online issue of the Stoked on Fixed Bikes magazine is now available for viewing. Check it out for articles on coffee, Red Bull’s Fix and Foxi, and more.
In celebration of their latest issue, the Ride Journal is throwing a party at Look Mum No Hands. See more at the Ride Journal’s Facebook.
Urban Velo announced today that Issue 45 will be their final issue of the magazine. For over seven years, Urban Velo has covered various events, products and movements within the urban cycling realm and I’ve always been a fan of their work. It’s sad to see another print magazine fold, but I’m sure we’ll be seeing Jeff and Brad around.
Bid adieu by downloading their 45th and final issue at Urban Velo.
The French always inject fashion into anything they do, which is why I love Steel Magazine so much. Issue 08 is now in stores, so pick up a copy at Steel’s shop and see the preview at Issu.
The cover of the Austin Chronicle yesterday was so killer. In celebration of the X-Games, they featured Mike Santana and 9th Street. I gotta pick up a copy.
Sniped this from Mutiny’s blog.
The guys at Kinoko have been working hard on a newsprint journal showcasing the brands, hands and bicycles that make Kinoko tick. Check out issue 01 above. Don’t miss that DSC x Saffron article!
The latest issue of Cykeln magazine is now available for free online, featuring the Red Hook Crit, Dosnoventa and more.