Letter to the Editor

The magazine changed owners in 2014 when Will Decker stepped down, relinquishing the role to Chris Reynolds, current publisher and editorial director. We have actually increased the number of copies we print and the number of locations we distribute to, but the changes our editorial has made and awareness of our magazine through our digital footprint has drastically increased demand for the finite number of print copies we distribute.

Letter & Notes

via US Mail

I was informed at Victorville Cyclery that there has been a change of ownership. That with that change you are trying to eliminate the paper copy of your magazine. That is all fine and good for people who are tech savvy enough to go online to continue to read this wonderful mainstay. I am not such a person. I enjoyed the magazine until I no longer went to the Pasadena area. I looked for it and didn’t find it again until December 2015. I was so happy to find it again! It inspires me to prepare for the local rides. I have no other way of finding them. The paper copies go so fast, so there must be many more people like me. I beg you, PLEASE don’t cut me off again when I have just found it again. – Kim Grey, Apple Valley, CA

Thank you for your readership and kind words! The magazine changed owners in 2014 when Will Decker stepped down, relinquishing the role to Chris Reynolds, current publisher and editorial director. We have actually increased the number of copies we print and the number of locations we distribute to, but the changes our editorial has made and awareness of our magazine through our digital footprint have drastically increased demand for the finite number of print copies we distribute.

We offer a subscription to the print edition of the magazine to ensure our devoted readership never misses an issue. Subscriptions are $20 for one year and $36 for two years. You can subscribe online (socalbicyclist.com/subscribe) or by sending a check to:
BICYCLIST: SoCal & Beyond 14252 Culver Dr, Irvine CA 92604.
We encourage our active readers to join our paying subscribers who help to keep the lights on here at BICYCLIST magazine.

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