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Bicycling

Aug 01 2018
Magazine

Since 1962, Bicycling has been inspiring people to get more out of their cycling passion. Get Bicycling digital magazine subscription today for action-packed issues filled with proven secrets to go faster, stronger, longer. Increase your stamina; buy the best gear for your money; locate a great ride; improve your performance; perfect your technique; fuel your passion.

’CROSS IS FIXED • The love child of #messlife and cyclocross racing, trackiocross features mud, more beer, sweet skids, and just enough chaos.

THE DEAL • In 2001, two racers were in position to win the under-23 national championship. What happened next haunted them for 15 years.

THE FIRST BIKE I REALLY LOVED

The New Truths of Cycling • HOW TO LIVE IN AN AGE OF “STRAVA OR IT DIDN’T HAPPEN” AND HARNESS THE POWER OF RIDE APPS—WITHOUT TOTALLY LOSING YOUR CHILL

JULIEN HOWARD BRINGS THE CUT TO YOU • As a teenager, he started trimming his classmates’ hair for fast-food money. Today, at age 26, he’s the Vélo Barber—he brings a full-service barber shop experience to his clients in New York City, by bike. Howard’s on-demand service starts at $100 for a cut, and he’s styled the likes of singer Andy Grammer and actor Darren Criss. Here’s how this self-taught craftsman is using his bike to turn his dreams into reality.

ALISON TETRICK DID NOT SIGN UP FOR THIS • The former pro road racer exploded onto the gravel scene when she won last year’s Dirty Kanza 200, smashing the women’s course record. Now, Alison Tetrick has a sponsorship from Specialized, the freedom to race any off-road events she wants, and a thriving career as a communications consultant. Gravel’s newest star is in a good place. What most people don’t know is the hell she had to go through to get there.

Bikes • NOURISHING YOUR BASIC NEEDS AND IRRATIONAL FIXATIONS

Rock the Road • 7 STYLISH CITY-RIDING ESSENTIALS THAT MAKE EVERY TRIP EASIER, SAFER, AND FASTER

The Giro Aether Will Blow Your Mind • AND MAYBE EVEN SAVE YOUR BRAIN

THE THING THAT CHANGED IT ALL • THE DELUGE


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 88 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Aug 01 2018

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: July 10, 2018

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OverDrive Magazine

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Sports

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English

Since 1962, Bicycling has been inspiring people to get more out of their cycling passion. Get Bicycling digital magazine subscription today for action-packed issues filled with proven secrets to go faster, stronger, longer. Increase your stamina; buy the best gear for your money; locate a great ride; improve your performance; perfect your technique; fuel your passion.

’CROSS IS FIXED • The love child of #messlife and cyclocross racing, trackiocross features mud, more beer, sweet skids, and just enough chaos.

THE DEAL • In 2001, two racers were in position to win the under-23 national championship. What happened next haunted them for 15 years.

THE FIRST BIKE I REALLY LOVED

The New Truths of Cycling • HOW TO LIVE IN AN AGE OF “STRAVA OR IT DIDN’T HAPPEN” AND HARNESS THE POWER OF RIDE APPS—WITHOUT TOTALLY LOSING YOUR CHILL

JULIEN HOWARD BRINGS THE CUT TO YOU • As a teenager, he started trimming his classmates’ hair for fast-food money. Today, at age 26, he’s the Vélo Barber—he brings a full-service barber shop experience to his clients in New York City, by bike. Howard’s on-demand service starts at $100 for a cut, and he’s styled the likes of singer Andy Grammer and actor Darren Criss. Here’s how this self-taught craftsman is using his bike to turn his dreams into reality.

ALISON TETRICK DID NOT SIGN UP FOR THIS • The former pro road racer exploded onto the gravel scene when she won last year’s Dirty Kanza 200, smashing the women’s course record. Now, Alison Tetrick has a sponsorship from Specialized, the freedom to race any off-road events she wants, and a thriving career as a communications consultant. Gravel’s newest star is in a good place. What most people don’t know is the hell she had to go through to get there.

Bikes • NOURISHING YOUR BASIC NEEDS AND IRRATIONAL FIXATIONS

Rock the Road • 7 STYLISH CITY-RIDING ESSENTIALS THAT MAKE EVERY TRIP EASIER, SAFER, AND FASTER

The Giro Aether Will Blow Your Mind • AND MAYBE EVEN SAVE YOUR BRAIN

THE THING THAT CHANGED IT ALL • THE DELUGE


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