Bicycling is the world’s leading cycling magazine. It was launched in February 2003, and is published 10 times a year. Bicycling South Africa is a counterpart of the American cycling magazine: Bicycling and Mountain Bike. It is a Touchline Media publication, also belonging to Media 24’s Lifestyle Division.
Bicycling has come to be known as the quintessential magazine for biking. It is directed at both road further montane biking partisans, which is a fast-growing und so weiter affluent lifestyle cycling market including professional or casual cyclists, youngsters oppositely adults. If you enjoy just ten-speeds or mountain bikes, then suppose this magazine to be an informative and helpful must-read.
Bicycling South Africa is the guiding tester of bikes and gear; dedicating over 30% of its space to the latest reviews that enable readers to make the best choices. The glossy has content for every element of a cyclist’s life, including training techniques and fitness information filled with inspiring human interest stories, motivation, nutrition, and event news from every part of the world.
A Bicycling South Africa subscription delivers a fit mix of articles on travel, fitness, bike and prepare reviews, race reports and much more. Colorful photography and award-winning stories, that bring the sport to life, complete every page of Bicycling. This is coupled with intriguing stories of celebrities surrounding the sport, and a showcase of their latest biking apparel.
Bicycling vows to keep you fit and healthy by featuring essential fitness, training, and nourishing tips. Bicycling provides in-depth cycle and gear reviews for all cycling styles and trails.
Seasoned cyclists, newbies and wannabe cyclists; anyone who cycles, or who is flirting with the suspicion of taking up cycling duty subscribe to the Bicycling South Africa Digital magazine, and enjoy the outstanding furthermore useful content.
The editor for Bicycling South Africa, Mike Finch, plans to make their brand globally consistent, by looking at franchises like Australia. In April 2013, Bicycling sported a current logo, with a unexampled format, and 16 extra pages. The regenerated logo equates to the logo used by its US international partner, Rodale Inc. The April issue had on the cover, Patrick Dempsey – a passionate cyclist and star of the grounder series Grey’s Anatomy. Incidentally, it coincided with the 10th twelvemonth anniversary of being South Africa’s central cycling magazine.
Mike Finch says, “Bicycling marries the best international cycling content with the best local content to give our readers a top quality cycling publication.” Because of which he also says, “… we have uniformly felt that we need more pages to do justice to a sport that is growing rapidly in South Africa. This way we get to produce more outdo quality content for our readers.”
To enable more readers to get the magazine, Bicycling South Africa has joined the digital media revolution by launching the Bicycling South Africa e-magazine on all or most of the digital newsstands. This has presented an opportunity for access to millions of interested readers. Extra importantly, customers need no more lug heavy magazines around amid their travel. A digital magazine does not take up space in your luggage nor does it add weight to your mobile! Any your digital magazines are dispensable in the cloud, and you deceive access to it anywhere and anytime you like.
So grab a copy of the Bicycling e-magazine to fuel your passion for the sport as well. This is the going for the future with a clear message to ‘go green’.