RIDE Cycling Review is a quarterly magazine about the world’s most beautiful sport: cycling. From your local bunch to the pinnacle of the profession, RIDE brings cycling to life.
RIDE reviews racing from around the globe, giving you insight into the pro peloton with exclusive interviews and features, beautiful photography, and expert analysis, reporting and opinion from some of the world’s most knowledgeable, respected cycling commentators and pro cyclists.
RIDE keeps you abreast of technical innovations, introducing you to new bikes and cycling paraphernalia in every issue. Our rigorous bike review regimen and ‘Build Report’ provide an independent appraisal of each bike we test, giving you the information and confidence to consider all the features and functions of the latest equipment. With five bikes built, tested, ridden and reviewed, and at least 10 pages of new equipment and apparel in each issue, RIDE keeps you at the leading edge.
RIDE explores the culture of cycling, bringing you new ways to experience the joys of riding. Our regular ‘Caffeine Culture’ feature and accompanying ‘Bikes from the Bunch’ dossier present the cycling culture in a new destination at home or abroad. We reveal a handful of rides: the bunch who ride them, the scenery and terrain, the pace, the route, the meeting place and time, and of course the coffee stop. We tell you everything you need to know so you can roll up and experience the local cycling scene first hand.
RIDE analyses emerging issues in cycling, keeping you aware of the opportunities and challenges that are having an impact on our sport from local club level through to the upper echelons of racing and administration.
Racing, equipment, people, places, culture. The joy and beauty of cycling. It’s all in RIDE.
We invite you to enjoy the ride with RIDE Cycling Review.
Published by PIC Media. Cycling Active is a must have publication for all road cycling enthusiasts. Launched in 2009 (and brought to you by the hugely experienced teams behind Cycling Weekly, Cycle Sport and Mountain Bike Rider), Cycling Active aims to provide a balanced mix of fitness advice, route guides, 'how to' guides, along with inspirational features, plus expert – and highly independent - bike and products reviews for the contemporary cyclist. It is essential reading for all levels of interest, from the occasional weekend rider, to more serious ‘challenge' or sportive riders.
Bike es una revista especializada para aquellos que aman el deporte de las dos ruedas o quienes estén interesados en entrar en este fascinante mundo. Está llena de recomendaciones y pruebas o evaluaciones a las bicicletas más nuevas del mercado hechas por un equpo de expertos.
Since 1947 Yachts & Yachting has been famed for its excellent coverage of all aspects of racing, from local dinghy and keelboat events to the heights of the Olympic Games, America's Cup and Volvo Ocean Race. As well as the top end events, each issue is full of vital information, including technique and tips from some of the best coaches in the sport, interviews and profiles, kit and equipment guides, as well as tests of the latest new boats.
Australia’s premier triathlon publication, TMSM covers all distances and levels of ability, and it’s our aim to help you become a better athlete, no matter what stage you are at in your multi-sport journey. Each issue is jam packed, so you stay up-to-date with the latest swim, bike, run, nutrition and technical information. With some Australia’s leading experts on board to guide you through your training, you’ll be well on your way to a PB.
When it comes to the science of swimming, running, cycling and nutrition we’ve discovered that going back to the basics is paramount. As such, we scoured the hallowed pages of TMSM, right back to edition 1#1 and compiled the most popular, relevant and cutting edge articles we could find. We’ve got the big picture articles covered, whether it be gaining a mental edge on your opposition or peaking for one race a year. We also get down to the nitty gritty stuff, such as perfecting your swim stroke and running with the proper gait.
Cycle maintenance is critical for every bike rider, and whether you’re a professional or new to the road it’s crucial to take it seriously. Winter is the worst season for keeping your bike in working order. There is usually a lot of rain, salt and rubbish on the roads, which will quickly find their way into small nuts and bolts, slowly eroding the components of your bike. Giving your bike a quick wash and check over after training will help you to stay on top of everything. Knowing your way around your bike is the key to successfully maintaining it. Whatever your skill or experience, regular maintenance is the best way of getting the most from your bike, and this excellent guide will help you do just that.
Transmoto Dirt Bike Interactive Edition is the digitally enhanced version of Australia's most influential dirt bike magagzine. The interactive edition features all the interveiws, bike tests, and of course pictorials that Transmoto is famous for, but also includes premium video content to REALLY bring the digital experience to life.
Australian Mountain Bike magazine is Australia's leading off road cycling publication, and features extensive and industry-leading mountain bike and product reviews. It tracks down the greatest trails to ride, offers columns dedicated to both the first time rider and pro racer, plus some of the best mountain bike imagery in the world. Exclusive and inclusive - covering the full spectrum of the sport, trust AMB to give you the best advice from the sport's best journalists.
For all cyclists, ensuring your bike is in good working order is imperative. Whether you just pop down to the shops once a week or cycle miles every day, it’s important to make sure you’re safe and you know what to do if something on your bike goes wrong. There’s nothing worse than getting a puncture at the furthest point from home, but just a few simple tools and a couple tips will help you get back on the saddle in no time. Featuring:
Basic tools and repairs - Learn all those quick essentials
Transmission - Get your gears up and running
Suspension - Smooth out your journey
Glossary - Become savvy of all those technical terms
Deciding to take up cycling doesn’t have to be a daunting prospect – not with the Beginner’s Guide to Cycling at hand. Created and conceptualised with you, the beginner, in mind, the Guide will provide you with everything you need to know before taking to the roads or trails. Learn basic skills, become an expert at maintenance, train like a pro and familiarise yourself with a checklist of essential gear that you need before starting out. In the Beginner’s Guide to Cycling we answer all your cycling-related questions; we’ll get you in the saddle – comfortably and safely – and smashing the trails or cruising the roads in no time.
This guide is the ultimate companion for any daily cyclists who wants to maintain their bike within a budget. Divided into 10 clear sections on how to maintain both road and mountain bikes, and covering essentials such as drivetrain, gears, tyres, brakes and suspension, this guide has it all! Moreover, through featuring clear, step-by-step photographs demonstrating the techniques, the advice is accessible whatever your technical ability.
Hit the road this summer with the Ultimate Guide To Cycle Training, aimed at anyone looking to increase their cycling skills and fitness. Included is information on each of the disciplines, from track to mountain bike downhill, details on skill development, getting started in racing, developing your training regime and keeping healthy. A must have for any cyclist, whether beginner or expert.
Spoke strives to bring a fresh and innovative look at mountain biking through original content, bold design and high quality production values. It provides an unbiased look at the lives and activities of mountain bikers in Aotearoa, consistently pushing the boundaries of mountain bike photography and graphic design. Spoke is published four times a year
This updated version is written by cycling expert Guy Andrews, this MagBook is the authoritative guide to maintaining, repairing and upgrading your bike, whatever your budget. Recommended by the Guardian Newspaper Bike Blog London Cyclist and the British Cycling Organisation, divided into 10 clear sections on maintaining road and mountain bikes, and covering maintenance essentials such as drivetrain, gears, tyres, brakes and suspension, this guide has it all! Moreover through featuring clear, step-by-step photographs demonstrating the maintenance techniques, the guides advice is accessible whatever your technical ability. Being fully indexed, locating the advice and tips you need is quick and simple - meaning you can spend more time on the road and less time in the garage. Guy Andrews is a former road and mountain bike racer, bike mechanic and magazine editor. He is currently editor of Rouleur magazine, a professional road cycling magazine.
Ride BMX covers the core sport, lifestyle, and culture of BMX freestyle. Ride features top pro interviews, entertaining road trip stories, awesome photography, the latest and craziest BMX tricks, new products, news, and lots more.
A Canadian magazine committed to providing the best articles on getting more out of your ride. Whether you are a mountain or road rider, you’ll find the bike and gear reviews, training secrets, route suggestions, maintenance tips and nutrition info you need to be a better rider. Find inspiring news on the pro racing scene, photos and features.
Since its launch in 2012, Cyclist magazine has showcased the best rides from around Europe and beyond, and now we are bringing a year’s worth of those rides together in a single volume. The plan is always the same: to find stunning, challenging routes in regions that aren’t always familiar to cyclists, or to discover new twists on classic rides. Our search has taken us to less well-explored venues such as Norway and Morocco, as well as to the more traditional stamping grounds of the Alps and Pyrenees. On each occasion we tell the stories of the ride and present outstanding photography to whet your appetite and inspire you to plan some cycling adventures of your own.