Bicycling is a cycling magazine that guides avid cyclers no matter where they ride, whether they're into adventurous mountain biking or rather hit the road. It's got all the tips, tales and tech to keep dedicated cyclists at the top of their game.More Info >>
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What began in 1961 as the Northern California Cycling Association Newsletter has grown into a cycling magazine, bringing the sport to life and connecting millions of active, affluent professionals who make bicycling a major part of their lifestyle. It's the go-to source to keep cyclers rolling. Whether mountain biking, making fast miles, or taking a long, leisurely ride, cyclists will find great tips, information and advice to get the most out of their biking endeavors. Articles in sections on fitness and training will keep bikers in tip-top shape for their next adventure, showing them workouts and providing nutrition advice. They'll also get reviews from pros and experts on the latest gear, from bikes to stylish apparel.
For readers looking for their next great getaway, Bicycling regularly features travel recommendations for amazing places to ride for both adrenaline junkies and more relaxed pedal-pushers. For a more personal look at the world of cycling, Bicycling features award-winning stories on inspiring cyclists conquering challenges and influencing others. Readers will also learn more about some of the biggest names and events in the sport, including coverage of the Tour de France.
Bicycling is the perfect magazine for the reader who makes cycling the center of their life.
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Great product reviews and tips
I enjoyed this issue, it it was more if an eye candy issue. All bikes and reviews, not as many articles (that I like). Great issue if you looking for information on which bike to purchase.
I love this magazine and I bought it for my boyfriend and I to share. He is a professional cyclist and actually knows some of the people in the magazine while I am a definite amateur who just likes to read the articles.
Interesting reading for the price.
Most of the equipment discussed in Bicycling magazine is in the top price category; bicycles reviewed are for top-earning athletes, but not for regular folks. Same for equipment and gear.
I started my subscription to Bicycling magazine in the off-season; and found the articles EXTREMELY helpful for indoor training, exercising, and nutrition too! Best part: product reviews include low end (economy) equipment. Articles are not too ROAD or too MTB. Great price for what you get. I recommend.
I understand that ad revenue pays for magazines but the extreme that Bicycling magazine takes every printed word as an excuse to expand each article is ridiculous.
This magazine should be titled more appropriately "Road Cyclist." This magazine is a great read for the professional road bike athlete. I really enjoy this magazine because of the health guides and training tips. However, I am also a mountain biker and the magazine rarely focuses on that aspect of biking. It's definitely worth a purchase for the health articles and road junkie, but not if you're 100% mountain bike enthusiast.
I have bought this magazine many times. It is an cycling staple. It is one of the few magazine that attempts to cover the diverse and frequently controversal parts of pro cycling as well as mountain biking.