BICYCLE QUARTERLY SUMMER 2016
When you receive the Summer 2016 Bicycle Quarterly, you’ll have a hard time putting it down. The writers embarked on their most ambitious adventure to date: A ride from Cholula to Mexico City via the 4000 m (13,100 ft)-high Paso de Cortés. They rode on rough gravel roads, past the majestic volcanoes of Popocatepetl and Iztacchihuatl, before testing their bikes’ handling on a super-steep and twisty paved descent. As always, there is much more in this issue of Bicycle Quarterly...
In 2002 Jan Heine decided to follow his passion and start a low budget black and white zine about the culture, history and technology of cycling. 14 years on and Bicycle Quarterly has become a respected voice in the bicycle industry with an almost cult following. Reading a copy will help you appreciate and understand your bicycle even more, but most of all it will make you want to head out for a ride that pushes your boundaries.
- 100 pages, perfect bound
- Printed full colour on recycled, acid free paper
- Format: 280mm H x 220 mm W
- Printed and published quarterly in Seattle, USA
- Morning Ride Across Mexico City
- Tokyo College of Cycle Design
- Two Cyclotouring Trips to Hokkaido
- 1928 R.P.F. Tourisme Luxe
- Skill: Braking
- Icon: Tecla Bell
- Bike Test: Firefly Enduro Allroad