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.
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 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.
“You’ve been asking for it. We’ve been listening – so here it is: A quality 272 page printed keepsake of all the best of the first 6 issues of Spin Cycle and some extras that won’t be available online – including an interview with Sue Gornall, who rode the women’s Tour de France four times.
The truth is we need your help. If enough of you generous people buy the annual we will have the funds to pay for great new writers and photographers to help us carry on covering the British cycling stories you like to read.
Spin Cycle Annual 01. It’s a limited edition. Only 1500 copies are available. You have a chance to own a chunk of cycle history for just £15 plus post and packaging. If enough of you pre order now we can start shipping early May.”
Pick up a copy at Spin Cycle.
One of my personal favorite urban cycling magazines has a new issue out. Steel 07 is now available.
I’m really stoked on the newest issue from Bunyan Velo, partially because Jeff from All-City wrote an article on the Riverbottoms and used some photos from our ride last summer. Other reasons to check it out: holy roadscapes, a sick Search and State ad and more.
View Bunyan Velo Issue 04 above, or buy a PDF copy at Bunyan Velo!
One of my favorite magazines, The Ride Journal is now shipping their eighth issue. Head on over to pick up a copy!
Coven Magazine‘s sixth issue is now online for free. It features articles on L’Eroica, Annie Last and others! Check it out embedded above!
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.