On newsstands now: Bicycle Times Issue #19

In this issue

Wheel News: A report from Velocity 2012, rehabilitating prisoners with bikes, and an old transportation hub gets a modern makeover.

Vintage Velo: Kirk Precision The exotic wonder material—magnesium.

Boiling the Frog: A Boston commuter journal misadventures with loose clothing and fixed gears.

Paradise Lost & Found: Two intrepid travelers explore New Zealand and find it went far beyond their expectations. 

Featured Artist: Lil’tuffy, a designer and screenprinter who mixes music and bikes.

The Candy Store: Besides the passel of urban bikes, we test some clothing for cooler weather, and a variety of bags from small to enormous.

Advocacy: Navigating the new transportation bill, detailing the new rules for securing our share of the transportation funding pie.

Extra Credit: A cheap and easy way to carry bikes in your pickup.

Between the Lines: Locking your bike how to make sure your ride is secure.

Bike Socials: Food drives via bike, a modified alleycat for Thanksgiving.

How We Roll: Josh Parker and old machine that represents freedom.

Get a copy

Head on over to your nearest newsstand now, or you can order a copy through our online store. On the other hand, if you had a subscription, you’d be reading yours by now. Order one today!

Get the cover

Like the artwork on our latest cover? You can order an 18×24-inch screenprint on french speckletone madero beach paper, hand signed by artist Jay Ryan. It will be available for only a limited time, so order one today.



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