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In response to requests from members for an electronic version of the magazine, Adventure Cycling has rolled out the past year's issues in. Our Swedish editors cooperate with the British Cycling Plus magazine, one of the magazine retailer network in Sweden. File format: High res PDF dpi. Cycling Utah and Cycling West Magazine's Winter Issue is now available as a free download, Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming.

Born, as all good things are, out of a conversation over Mexican food and Pacifico beers, The Ride is an all-encompassing read that was started in The idea was to create a journal filled with personal stories. They are just riders. So we wanted to create something for them, and also for us. Something that crosses both cycling and international borders.

Once the seed was sown we spread the word to people from all across the globe.

Initially we wondered if it was just us who wanted to see such a journal; evidently we were wrong. A snowball effect took place and what was planned to be 80 pages soon grew into the beautiful monster sized journal we have finally ended up with we are now at almost pages, and chose to have far less advertising than most other magazines.

Spoiler alert: he didn't break the record, run then under the UCI's 'athlete's hour' rules which hobbled riders with s technology, but this book pulls literary and comic success from the jaws of sporting failure. Published in , Rough Ride mostly deals with Kimmage's struggle to adapt to the pace of life as a European pro, but it's the sections on doping that caught widespread attention.

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If I had to choose one, that would be it. His story is told with self-deprecating wit, warmth and blunt honesty.

This guide to urban survival was the spiritual successor to Ballantine's original paperback, which morphed into various coffee table books in the s.

Ballantine tackles cycling from the vantage point of city riding and breaks the book into five different sections. It was to be payback for LeMond's loyal support the previous year. But instead of supporting LeMond, Hinault went on the attack, claiming he was attempting to wear down LeMond's rivals, but looking a lot like he was going for his sixth Tour victory.

What was really going on?

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It's an account of Penn's search for the perfect bits for his perfect bike, but the joy of the way he has written this is that it's not just techie stuff for technoweenies. Penn's paean to steel and the dying breed of custom frame builders is sung to a Brian Rourke frame.

Reynolds and Brooks get their due, so too DT and Royce. Well, why not? If opportunity knocks, let it in. It's all approachably written, the right mix of enough info without being overpowering, and it zips along happily like a comfortable steel-framed bike powered by the right pair of legs.

Authored by Tour historian Serge Laget among others, it covers the races from the Tour's early years as a tool in a newspaper circulation battle, through the heroic era of the s to the helicopter-televised modern Tour of triumphs and scandals.

If you run a shop, or know someone who runs a shop, that would be interested in stocking The Ride Journal then please do get in touch.

We are always happy to expand our network of stockists and get the journal out to more people. If you contact us we will be more than happy to discuss details with you.

We have been very lucky in that we have sold out of all previous issues. We know that this means some of you have not been able to get hold of a copy in the flesh. No need to pay a penny, just wait for the files to download they may take a little while as they are about 50 mb and enjoy the great articles and pieces that have appeared.

It may not feel or smell the same as having a physical copy but hey, it is free.

So you are interested in contributing something to The Ride Journal? We are also happy to hear from photographers and illustrators.

So with the negatives out of the way, what should you write about? Maybe you could start by looking at where you ride? What you ride?

Who you ride with? Are there places that mean something special, or a yearly ride or race, or a person who you only know through bikes?Need a jolt of energy before or after your ride?

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This collision is very easy to avoid. We were both going about the same speed so it was the pavement that did the hurting, but we were doing about 30mph.

It's required by law in most countries, anyway. As our reviewer Dan Kenyon said: "Hutchinson deals with realities not beliefs.

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So, I totally appreciate that you took the time to put bicyclesafe. It's easier for them to see your arm going left and right than it is for them to see a bicycle coming straight towards them. Because if you stay all the way to the right and they pull out, your only "option" may be to run right into the driver's side door.