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9.1 Magazines/Newsletters




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This article is from the Bicycles FAQ, by Mike Iglesias with numerous contributions by others.

9.1 Magazines/Newsletters


Bicycling Magazine, and Bicycling Magazine+Mountain Bike insert
33 E Minor St
Emmaus, PA 18098
(215) 967-5171

Bicycle Guide
711 Boylston Street
Boston MA 02116
617-236-1885

Mountain Biking
7950 Deering Avenue
Canoga Park CA 91304
818-887-0550

Mountain Bike Action
Hi-Torque Publications, Inc.
10600 Sepulveda Boulevard
Mission Hills, CA 91345
818-365-6831

Velo News
P.O. Box 53397
Boulder, CO 80323-3397
velonews@aol.com

Cycling Science
P.O. Box 1510
Mount Shasta, California 96067
(916) 938-4411

Human Power (The Journal of the IHPVA*)
(* IHPVA == International Human Powered Vehicle Association)
HPVA
PO Box 1307
San Luis Obispo, CA 93406-1307
USA
1 (360) 323-1384 fax
<http://www.ihpva.org/>

OnTour: The Newsletter for Bicycle Tourists
OnTour Publications
2113 Arborview
Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
Sample issues are only $1, a six-issue subscription only $6

R.B.C.A./The Recumbent Cyclist
17650-B6-140th Ave. SE, Suite 341
Renton, WA 98058 USA

Tandem Club of America
Malcolm Boyd & Judy Allison
19 Lakeside Drive NW
Medford Lakes, NJ 08550
Dues are currently $10/year

Dirt Rag
5742 Third St.
Verona, PA
(412) 795 - 7495
FAX (412) 795 - 7439

Bike Culture Quarterly is an engaging magazine for "[people] who see
cycling as a way of life rather than an occasional leisure activity".
It has interviews with people building interesting bikes (Mike Burrows
about the Obree bike), travel reports, discussions of bicycle
advocacy, new equipment, and so on. Its summer issue is the
"Encycleopedia" "a personal selection of unorthodox, thoughtful
cycling products from around the world".

Price is (British Pounds) 25/year.

Order by phone UK: (0904) 654654 outside UK: +44904 654654

Post: Open Road
4 New Street
York Y01 2RA,
England

They accept Visa, Access, Mastercard, and Eurocard. Eurocheques are
also accepted. From the US, it's easiest to use a credit card.


 

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