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Issue 147: Early Spring 2018 

#147 | Agritourism in Italy, Alter Reflex 300 -Dropbars for the Win, Speaking with Frank Schleck, Don’t Get Doored, Rouleur Brewery, Jones H-Loop, Ask the Coach – CrankArms, and Cycling Event and Festival Calendar for California, Oregon, Nevada and Arizona —MORE—


Issue 145: Early Fall 2017 

As we move into the fall season, we bring you another issue brimming with information to help you make the most of your time riding bicycles, wherever you may be. The summer heat has ticked down a bit, kids are back in school, who’s ready for a weekend getaway? A visit to a new place to explore? Look no further than these pages for your inspiration.


Issue 142: Early Summer 2017 

Another way to change your experience is by including a different type of cycling in your routine. Are you a commuter? Maybe now is the time to start training for a weekend race. Are you dedicated to dirt? Consider giving commuting a spin. Even just for a cup of coffee.


Issue 140: Spring 2017 

For this issue, we’re looking at our own backyard. specifically Santiago Mountain, the focal point for many SoCal riders. So far as the bike recommendations for this original SoCal amusement park, we bring you the Marin Nail Trail 6, a fantastic value for the roadie looking to get into MTB.


Issue 136: Early Fall 2016 

The fall is a special time for bicyclists on the west coast and especially in Southern California. With endless sunshine and events through to New Years, it truly is the land of 4 seasons riding. For fall, the category is cyclocross, and this year schedule is packed with events for both participants and spectators alike.


Issue 135: Late Summer 2016 

This summer has gifted fans of bike racing with the 2016 Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Tour de France couldn’t compete with the lure of Olympic gold, with some athletes leaving the TdF early to begin their Olympic preparations. Most notably Mark Cavendish, a world champion sprinter from the UK who won four stages of this year’s race, called it quits after the 16th stage. Though Cavendish was a favorite for the final stage of the tour and a sprint finish down the Champs-Élysées (a stage he previously won 4 times) Cav elected to bow out and prepare for Rio. Such is the draw of Olympic glory, second only to the over-all TdF winner in terms of prestige.