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The Ride #6

Posted: Februar 29th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 22 Comments »

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peleton #09

Posted: Januar 11th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 18 Comments »

Issue 09 of peloton magazine is on newsstands January, 10th. Our ode to adventure, you’ll find images of adventures past, the art of making whiskey and we ask, ‘Where are the Paperboys?’ We sit down with George Hincapie, send Heidi Swift on adventures in Japan and Patrick Brady goes ‘Looking for America’. We bring you products from Mavic, ASSOS and a look at the best in winter jackets. The SCOTT Foil and Tarmac SL4 are tested and Campagnolo’s long electronic history is investigated. All this adventure, and much more, is in issue 09 of peloton magazine.

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“We are about racing and the joy of riding. About the product and the people behind the technology. About the glory of cycling and the riders who test the limits of their human capacity. About discovering the nuances and sharing the sport we love. We delve into the history and explore the future to bring every angle to life. We are an enthusiastic collective of writers, photographers, designers and bike junkies who are not here to impose our tastes, but instead share the sport with you as we see and live it. We present this in a clean, thoughtfully designed format with a modern aesthetic and appreciation for beautiful imagery that flows seamlessly across our print, film and digital productions. We shy away from the clutter, disruption and noise to get to the heart of cycling.”

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Boneshaker #5

Posted: Mai 31st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 17 Comments »

ISSUE #5 includes a stunning photo-diary from India, their regular Slowcoast piece by Nick Hand (this time on the day he met designer Paul Smith, a fellow bike nut) and an article written by James Bowthorpe on the relationship between music and cycling. // From unique and personal writing on the feeling of ‘not cycling’ after 10 months touring, to a Hip-hop bike inspired playlist, they further explore the importance that bikes play in our lives and share the fascinating stories and ideas from around the globe.

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COG #10

Posted: April 12th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 19 Comments »

Riverwest 24 v.3 / NAHBPC Madison WI / Red Hook Criterium Milano / Ellis Cycles / Ines Brunn / Josh Boothby / CMWC Guatemala / SE 700c Road Trip / Gates Carbon Drive / Melbourne Australia / more…

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9W #2

Posted: April 1st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling, Photography | 1 Comment »

Issue #2 features Warren St. John on Lake Como, El Cyclista’s Conor Brady on the Stelvio Pass, an interview with photographer Spencer Platt on his TdF experience this past summer, and Dan Schmalz on racing at Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field.

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9W is a journal of cycling photography and stories named for route 9W, the well-known cyclist’s escape route from New York City; loved, hated, endured. Training ground, test piece, springboard. Accordingly, we publish local stories, and stories from around the world.
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Boneshaker #4

Posted: April 1st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 10 Comments »

Issue #4 includes Dom Gill’s tandem adventures, regular article My Beautiful Bike (words by John McFaul, Illustration by Nicola Meiring), a piece on the scene in Bratislava, a great article on the guys at Brother Cycles and even some fictional storytelling and bike poetry.

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Boneshaker Magazine is a celebration of cycling and the people who do it. Full of articles, personal stories and anecdotes about people and projects doing great things with bicycles around the globe.
It is our hope that the magazine will both inspire and entertain, raise awareness and bring a smile
to your face.
Appealing to both bike-heads and those who may not yet have experienced the true joy and freedom that can be found from our two-wheeled friends.

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Rouleur #19

Posted: August 16th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling, Sport | 15 Comments »

The nineteenth issue of Rouleur, published in July of 2010, includes 148 pages with an exclusive look at some of the best racing photography ever taken in Britain; an interview with living legend Bernard Hinault; the second part of our series on the life of a young aspiring rider - as well as images from world-renowned photographer Nadav Kander. The photography in this issue was taken by Gerard Brown, Taz Darling, Ben Ingham and Nadav Kander.

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Rouleur is a bi-monthly cycling magazine. It brings together leading cycling writers and photographers to convey the essence and imagery of road racing.
Rouleur features photography and serious writing that celebrate the passion and beauty of the sport. In three years it has built a passionate and valuable readership among the most influential bike riders in the world.

Regular contributors to Rouleur include: Graeme Fife, Geoff Waugh, Johnny Green, Timm Koelln, Gerard Brown, Matt Seaton, William Fotheringham, Herbie Sykes, Jack Thurston, Julian Bray, Ben Ingham, Camille McMillan, Magnum Images and Offside. It is edited by Guy Andrews.

Rouleur is aimed at those people who, like us, are passionate about the sport, but don’t expect to see bike tests and race reports. Instead, the magazine focuses on exquisite photography and writing that really gets under the skin of the great riders and theatres of road racing.

Rouleur puts a premium on design; we print on heavy art-stock paper and we use the highest quality reproduction and printers.

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COG #08

Posted: August 12th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling, Sport | 23 Comments »

ALEX SINGER CYCLES Alex Singer Cycles Levallois Perret, France by Elvire Toulorge photographs by Nicolas Joly. // L’EROICA 2008 by Eric Von Munz Photographs by Peter DiAntoni. What began as a bet combined with a dare twelve years ago… // RW24 V.2 by Jeremy Prach Photographs by Peter DiAntoni. Riverwest is a neighborhood in the center of Milwaukee which I believe to be one of the last true neighborhoods left. // COG POLO INVITE by Captain Jake Newborn MKE Bike Polo - Hero Squad. The state of the game of hard court bike polo. // SIX DAYS & SIX NIGHTS by Gary Graham Photographs by Maria Laub. The idea of a Six-Day race originated in England in 1878.

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We love bikes…obsess about them. One gear, fixed wheel, low-maintenance, highly-dependable bikes specifically. Bikes that are works of art, and at the same time, highly utilitarian transportation.

Cities are great places to ride bicycles. Winding through crosstown traffic on a busy afternoon can be an adventure! Not to mention the hassle-free rock star parking! COG is a visual journal captured from behind the bars of city bikers and messengers around the world. My bike has changed my life, enhanced it exponentially. And I know from meeting people in different towns and through websites like flickr and the many bike forums that there are lots of others with a similar geekdom toward their bikes.

Our staff and international contributors have ridden for years and logged thousands of miles through city traffic all around the world. We don’t plan on stopping anytime soon…hard charging, ducking and weaving, fast forward. One cog, one mind.  –Peter DiAntoni, Editor - COG Magazine

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The Ride #2

Posted: Juni 22nd, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Cycling | 15 Comments »

As for issue two; having created something we are so proud of it seems a shame to stop at one, especially as we know we have barely touched the tip of the ice-berg when it comes to stories to be told. Just let us catch our breath before we start again.-The Ride

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Born, as all good things are, out of a conversation over Mexican food and Pacifico beers, The Ride is an all encompassing read. We know that most people who share our obsession with bikes don’t want to be pigeon-holed as roadies, freeriders, track racers, BMXers, XC riders or even commuters. They are just riders. So we wanted to create something for them, and also for us. Something that crosses both cycling and international borders.
The idea was to create a journal of personal stories. Bikes have changed people’s lives in so many ways and we wanted to gather a small selection of these tales. We didn’t want to give reviews or race reports, we wanted to get under the skin and expose the passion that flows through riders veins.
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. From all kinds of riders we began to get favourable responses. People asking why this hasn’t been done before and how they could join us? 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 (148 pages with only 7 of them used for advertising; loads less than a regular mag).
As well as the incredible writing we also wanted the magazine to be equally strong visually. Artists, illustrators, photographers were all approached and they have helped give The Ride the stunning visual style it has.
We are not in this to make money, just to give something back to the world of cycling. And to help give back a little more we’re donating profits from the journal to a variety of charities.-The Ride

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