Bicycle Times Issue #32 has mailed to subscribers and will be available on newsstands soon. In this issue we feature unforgettable rides in Iceland, New England and Colorado.
On the cover is Julian Kegel exploring the frozen sea caves off Big Bay State Park on Madeline Island in northern Wisconsin, as photographed by Dave Schlabowske. As always, if you want to make sure you see it first and never miss an issue, order a subscription!
We assembled some of the world’s best writers and photographers to give you a colorful reason to get out and ride!
Adam Perry wasn’t intimidated by Boulder’s Poor Man’s Pass, once he claimed it as his own.
We toured the storied Continental tire factory in Germany, uncovering what goes into their Black Chili magic!
Stunt it, man! Maurice takes the Tern Eclipse S18 folder for a spin around San Francisco and riffs on his thoughts.
Eric loves getting noticed on the streets of Pittsburgh, especially when he’s hauling his kiddos in the Madsen kg271.
Colt Fetters and a college buddy decided over beers to tour the 1,000-mile Icelandic Ring Road.
Beardo never puts much thought into what to wear when riding, but he weighs in anyway.
Wall Street Journal reporter Reed Albergotti cried foul over Lance Armstrong’s doping shenanigans, and the San Francisco-based writer also rides daily.
Nutritionist Nancy Crowell (our Issue 31 cover rider and mother of Sage) explains how skipping breakfast is a bad idea.
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All this and more, now available on iTunes. Print subscribers should start receiving their copies next week. You can always visit better book stores and bike shops to buy a copy too!
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