Bunyan Velo Is Back With A Third Issue.

Insane Amounts Of Interactivity Are Just A Couple Of Clicks Away.

7 Oct 2013  |  Posted by GARETH  |  Categories: Bicycles, Correspondence, Saddles, Bags, Etc., Stories, Travel & Adventure Cycling

The four corners of the Earth have been thoughtfully scoured by various cycling essayists and photographers to help bring the October issue of Bunyan Velo to fruition.

Oversized tyres are once again on display against stunning mountainous, snowy, sandy backdrops, while elsewhere the mysteries of Gravel Racing are revealed to anyone curious about the possibilities of increasing their chances of a spill while out on a spin.

Bunyan Velo has already secured a name in its young life as an excellent repository of readable deep thinking and envy-inducing holiday snaps. Gratifyingly many of its contributors (who among them lurk Athletes, Bike Geeks, Ramblers, Misadventurers, and at least one “part time bike racer, full time bullshitter”) choose a B17, a Swallow or a Swift to accompany them on the road, the trail, the ice…

Up at the top of the page readers may feel free to thumb through the autumn edition, cover to cover.

Alternatively, if you wish to own the current issue, a pdf can be dispatched for you to print out at home.

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One Comment

  1. Dave Beachley 
    Posted 9:30 pm
    7 Oct 2013

    This is one of the most exciting new online adventure cycling publications out there today. Beautiful, captivating photography, with equally impressive writing by the authors. Definitely a publication to watch and support, as I have and do. – Dave in Denver, Colo., USA