Friday, June 09, 2006

Cycling Magazines

Just curious to know whether anybody else reads procycling magazine.
It's published in London, takes an international approach to road cycling, and is usually chock full of pretty good articles and photos.
The May issue featured a fine cover story on Floyd Landis by Jonathan Vaughters, who I met during the first week of the 2004 Tour de France; he rode with us for a couple of days in Belgium and France.
My first cycling magazine, not surprisingly, was Bicycling magazine. Now, I also get CycleSports and the VeloNews by subscription and pick up procycling at Borders Bookstore. It's kind of pricey, though: $8.95, which is at least a couple bucks more than the next most expensive.

2 comments:

Cornflake King said...

I've not read it but may well start doing so. Love cycling.

CK

53rd Tooth said...

Dear King, could you please grace the Crankset with your latest "Flake Fuel" strategies for the bike?

Friday, June 09, 2006

Cycling Magazines

Just curious to know whether anybody else reads procycling magazine.
It's published in London, takes an international approach to road cycling, and is usually chock full of pretty good articles and photos.
The May issue featured a fine cover story on Floyd Landis by Jonathan Vaughters, who I met during the first week of the 2004 Tour de France; he rode with us for a couple of days in Belgium and France.
My first cycling magazine, not surprisingly, was Bicycling magazine. Now, I also get CycleSports and the VeloNews by subscription and pick up procycling at Borders Bookstore. It's kind of pricey, though: $8.95, which is at least a couple bucks more than the next most expensive.

2 comments:

Cornflake King said...

I've not read it but may well start doing so. Love cycling.

CK

53rd Tooth said...

Dear King, could you please grace the Crankset with your latest "Flake Fuel" strategies for the bike?