A fantastic magazine for the every day rider. None of that increase your cadence or how to climb hills stuff that you find in other mags (cough...Bicycling Magazine...cough). Chock full of useful reviews, stories and tips for the utility cyclist and commuter. Color coordinated spandex Lance Armstrong wannabes need not apply. Subscribe. You won't be sorry.
Love this bike 'zine
I lived in Pittsburgh for a little over a year to start my career in the early 80s, and rode my bike only a few times, because it was an extremely bike unfriendly area. Not even close to any room on the side of the roads for bikes, no lines, worst potholes and general condition of roads I had ever seen. Roads there are probably still not good by good road standards. But, I was amazed to find out this amgazine is based there. Seems like they have lots of events and culture there now, which is way cool. A friend who has been there recently on business says there are bike paths. I love the different vibe and commuter based info. Even though I don't commute, it's different, hip, and not full of itself, like the logo lycra inflamed road bike scene. The MTN bike world, at least in racing, has gotten infected with that too.