As the world’s leading cycling magazine and number one source of information for cyclists, Bicycling connects with millions of active, affluent professionals for whom cycling is the centerpiece of a vibrant, experiential lifestyle. Featuring a unique combination of travel, gear, fitness, style, and award-winning stories, Bicycling brings the sport to life for readers.
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Published 10 times a year, Bicycling offers several special issues, including a springtime Buyer’s Guide, the influential Editors’ Choice Awards, announced annually at the Sea Otter Cycling Classic, a detailed Tour de France preview, and the eagerly anticipated biennial ranking of the country’s Top 50 Bike Friendly Cities.
Each month, passionate cyclists of all levels look to Bicycling to get more out of the sport they love, through authoritative reviews of the latest bikes and gear; smart, insightful tips on where to ride; what to eat and how to train; and award-winning features about cycling’s most engaging personalities and trends. The magazine’s app and tablet edition reimagine the content readers have come to expect, with exciting, interactive layouts designed specifically for tablet consumption.
Bicycling magazine’s branded books provide readers with tips and techniques for riders of all levels, guides for bicycle maintenance and repair, and resources on riding destinations and the history of cycling. Titles include Bicycling’s Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills, the Big Book of Cycling series, Bike Tribes, and Bike Your Butt Off!
As the world’s leading cycling magazine, Bicycling continues to expand its global reach. After launching a Brazilian edition in 2016, its global presence grew to five editions in seven countries, with additional launches planned for 2017. Bicycling’s global readership is more than 2 million strong, with a global social media reach of 1 million — and counting.
Bicycling’s Fall Classic, presented by Specialized Bikes, is a family-friendly riding event with more than 1,200 riders of all skill levels. Launched in 2011, the Fall Classic is headlined by a 90-mile gran fondo, as well as 50-, 25-, and 10-mile distance rides along scenic routes in eastern Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. In May 2014, Bicycling launched a Spring Classic at Specialized Headquarters in Morgan Hill, featuring 90-, 60-, 25-, and 5-mile rides along some of the best routes in northern California. The finish line hosts a family-friendly postride bike block party with healthy lunches, children’s programming, vendor booths, and exclusive insider access to the Specialized museum and wind tunnel.