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Cyclist Off Road Magazine

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Jones vs Drop bars :

https://www.cyclingabout.com/list-of...ng-handlebars/
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I happened to see the 2nd issue at barnes and noble last week and picked it up.

1- absurdly expensive, at least stateside.
2- a lot of reviews of bikes and equipment. they are decent reviews.
3- a lot of stories of adventure riding with pics.

4- this is the most disjointed thread ive seen in the CX&G forum in a long time. A long time poster apparently went feral with communication.
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