You probably remember this post from last year’s NAHBS. I called it Head Shots and Head Tubes. It still, to this day, gets constant traffic and while I’m very happy with the execution, what the post lacked was a story, or a background to the faces and crown races you’re looking at.
That’s where Jeremy Dunn and Bicycling Magazine come into play. With the aid of Jeremy, we made the Head Shots and Head Tubes post a story, fit for Bicycling Magazine and their iPad App. They dubbed it Makers’ Marks (clever!)…
Urban Velo’s just released their 39th issue online for free! This issue’s filled with product reviews and a piece on the Powderhorn 24. Download it here.
Free magazines are a great way to start the day. Check out issue 07 from Cykeln here!
One of my favorite publications just released their third issue online for free! Check it out above and see more information at Bunyan Velo. Free publications like this rely on reader support. If you can, make a small donation here.
For issue 39, Rouleur decided to do something a little different: a 260-page Tour de France edition. To build up anticipation and honestly, to just give something cool away for free, they’ve posted a 25-page sampler for free. Download it here.
Here’s the latest issue of Stoked on Fixed Bikes, featuring some great CMWC coverage, Red Hook Crit Barcelona Eurobike and other radness.
One of my favorite magazines, the Albion has just uploaded their 11th issue online for free. Check it out!
Steel Magazine 06 is here! Here’s the scoop:
“The new issue of Steel Magazine will be available in kiosks and specialized retailers on August 29th 2013 in France and abroad. In this fall-winter 2013 issue, Steel continues to discover urban cycling trends and meets with its actors through portraits, interviews, portfolios and reports.
Report on the Bicycle Architecture, a meeting with the co-founder of the brand KitsunéMasaya Kuroki, a portfolio of french artist Jean Jullien, an illustrated text by Artus de Lavilléon, an interview of cyclist and photographer Massan Fluker of Macaframa, a city guide of Singapore by art director Thomas Yang, the portrait of designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, a visit of Japanese frame builder Rew10Works’ workshop (text in japanese), etc.”
Available now on www.steelmagazine.fr