Subscribers may have already seen their copy, but issue #17 of your favorite cycling magazine is now officially on sale.
Cars are Like Microwaves: A possessed microwave leads to enlightenment. By Addison Wilhite
The 2012 North American Handmade Bicycle Show: A brief sampling of the wonders we saw in Sacramento. By Marie Autrey and Justin Steiner
Eastern Taiwan by Eleven and Nine: The land where many of our bicycles come from also has good roads to ride, and good things to eat. By Joshua Samuel Brown
Bike Overnights, Going Big Close to Home: It’s possible to have an adventure over a couple of days right in your own backyard. By Sarah Raz
A Bikepacking Adventure (or a 340-mile commute): Karen, Adam, Stephen, and Jon from the Bicycle Times staff traveled back and forth from PIttsburgh to Washington D.C. via rail-trail, trying out equipment (and eating a lot of potato chips) along the way.
Learning from Bogota, a Conversation with Gil Penalosa: How the director of the city’s parks department helped bring a renaissance to a once poor and dangerous city. By Klaus
Reviews: Camping gear from our bike touring trip, Jamis Bossanova, Novara Gotham, Surly Troll, Black Mountain Cycles Monstercross, and more.Tweet Print