Cycling

Cycling
cy·cling | Cycling, also called bicycling or biking, is the use of bicycles for transport, recreation, exercise or sport. People engaged are referred to as “cyclists”, “bikers”, or less commonly, as “bicyclists”. Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number approximately one billion worldwide. They are the principal means of transportation in many parts of the world. It is widely regarded as a very effective and efficient mode of transportation optimal for short to moderate distances. Among the disadvantages are the requirement of bicycles (excepting tricycles or quadracycles) to be balanced by the rider in order to remain upright, the reduced protection in crashes in comparison to motor vehicles, often longer travel time (except in densely populated areas), vulnerability to weather conditions, difficulty in transporting passengers, and the fact that a basic level of fitness is required for cycling moderate to long distances. — Wikipedia

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    Far Ride Magazine Volume 4 – loremnotipsum.comFar Ride Magazine Volume 4 – loremnotipsum.com
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    Far Ride Magazine – Volume 4

    Far Ride Magazine Volume 4 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Far Ride Magazine is an independent, biannual print publication from Seoul, dedicated to documenting the people, journeys and stories related to cycling around the world.
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    Dropped Magazine Volume 4

    Dropped Magazine Volume 4 is here and full of exciting tales and inspirational journeys from the road, gravel, and everything in between. From riding through the Lake District, in the depths of winter, to racing around Rwanda in the searing heat.
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    Cranked Magazine – Issue 29

    Cranked Magazine Issue 29 is here. A publication for mountain bikers. It is something to savour. Fabulous photography and writing, assiduous design, beautifully printed and delivered to your door, anywhere in the world.
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    Cranked Magazine – Issue 28

    Cranked Magazine Issue 28 is here. A publication for mountain bikers. It is something to savour. Fabulous photography and writing, assiduous design, beautifully printed and delivered to your door, anywhere in the world.
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    Dropped Magazine Volume 3

    Dropped Magazine Volume 3 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. In Volume 3, there are a variety of perspectives and opinions, from within the cycling community. There is a variety of Q&As about racing, inclusivity, photography and travel, alongside some longer, reflective stories. Each feature is accompanied with incredible photography, capturing the awe-inspiring moments, often found whilst adventuring by bike.
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    Dropped Magazine Volume 2

    Dropped Magazine Volume 2 is filled with stories from a variety of contributors who have used the bike as a method of exploration, travel and racing. Volume 2 features a combination of Q&A’s about bikepacking and ultra-endurance racing, stories about winter training, week-long adventures, with a few reflective pieces thrown into the mix.
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    Far Ride Magazine Volume 12 – loremnotipsum.com
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    Far Ride Magazine – Volume 12

    Far Ride Magazine Volume 12 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and featuring: sustainable cooking, Trailblazers of Afghan Women’s Cycling, Riding Through Times Past, Richard Sachs, Taylor Phinney, Mexico City, Seoul to Busan, Chasing Future Swells and many more.
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    Bikevibe Magazine Volume 9 (Helsinki)

    Bikevibe Magazine Volume 9 (Helsinki) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. With Bikevibe we aim to capture the bicycle vibe and culture in cities all over the world. We feature everything from stores, events, brands to culture, places to explore and the overall interest, to give you a feel of the city from a bicycle point of view.
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    Far Ride Magazine – Volume 11

    Far Ride Magazine Volume 11 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Volume 11 is featuring interviews with bag builders Swift Industries, cycling artist Kosuke Masuda and groundbreaking bike racer Ayesha McGowan with words and photos from all our favorite cycling friends.
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    Far Ride Magazine – Volume 10

    Far Ride Magazine Volume 10 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Volume 10 is featuring photos and stories by Madrid-based fixed gear crew The Roosters, Hong Kong photographer Vanessa Wong, and Jennifer Doohan, Silk Road Mountain Race photographer.
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    Bikevibe Magazine Volume 8 (Lisbon)

    Bikevibe Magazine Volume 8 (Lisbon) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Lisbon (Portugal) has a lot to offer, but we figured that it was necessary to know about the history of this city and the people to understand where their cycling culture were heading.
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    Bikevibe Magazine – Volume 7 (Paris)

    Bikevibe Magazine Volume 7 (Paris) is out now. When you think of France, you think classic, old and traditional. Cycling down narrow cobblestone streets with a baguette in the basket and wind in your hair. But France is also the centre of all the great races which made Paris an easy choice for our seventh city.
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