Ever eaten a bear? Raced your bike through a strange Austrian's apartment? This issue tries both. With its outstanding cover by Illustrator Stevie Gee, with more than a little nod to Kraftwerk's 'Tour de France' artwork (albeit in Stevie's unique style), this issue hits hard from the get-go.
With the usual heady mix of bike poetry, chain art from Korea and a vivid account of one man's memories of a crash, there is a something unusual at the turn of every page. The contributors have outdone themselves with the quality of their writing, photography and illustration and Boneshaker are proud as punch to share them with you in the pages of issue 8.
Boneshaker Magazine Issue 18 is out now. “I am at the edgesomewhere deeper in myself...” So ends a poem you'll find lost amid these pages – and it touches on much of what this issue seems to revolve around: the unpredictable enriching that bicycles bring to life. Smells and sounds....
Boneshaker Magazine Issue 17 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). The new issue is ready to go! It's our biggest and best yet. Here's a quick peek at how it's looking. Riding out across this issue are paint-fox-hunting city races, explorations across Europe, Asia and the Americas, thoughts on...
Boneshaker Magazine Issue 16 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). We'll break a world record on the tallest bike ever built, share trackside quiet with Marianne Vos and rebuild bikes amidst New Zealand’s earthquake rubble. We'll race cargo bikes across Copenhagen, seek out the cycle messengers of Vancouver and...