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    cycling magazines

    What is a good cycling magazine out there?? I dont know if there are even many to choose from. Hope to get a subscription to one soon.

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    The UK's Cycling Plus seems to be a good read, if you don't mind the geographical bias to my homeland. You can get it in Barnes & Noble, and find it online here: http://www.cyclingplus.co.uk/

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    I read Mountain biking action and dirt rag...those are decent... I don't have many choices near where I live.
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    What type of articles are you looking for-racing or just general all around cyling info?

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    I'm looking for something that will get me motivated. Racing articles are okay but i would also like to read articles that are directed toward the people who cycle because they love it, you know what i mean? Articles about bikes and components i think would help me out too. any ideas

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    Cycling Plus is like that.

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    Cycling plus but it will cost you.

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    I personally prefer Cycling Plus (for it's more general/touring bent) and Bicycling (for it's general bent)

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    dirt rag and bike
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    Recommended reading for all cyclists - Cyclecraft - Effective Cycling
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    Don't run red lights, wear a helmet, use hand signals, get some cycle lights(front and rear) and, FFS, don't run red lights!

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    Asphalt magazine. Kinda pricey but if you enjoy it, it'll be worth the money.
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