Dropped Magazine is a biannual carbon neutral print magazine which shares stories and perspectives from a variety of cyclists, to encourage more people to get out and ride.
In this issue:
In volume 03, 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.
Cycling - Sports
Bicycle Quarterly, Issue 77 Autumn 2021
In 2002 Jan Heine decided to follow his passion and start a low budget black and white zine about the culture, history and technology of cycling. 14 years on and Bicycle Quarterly has become a respected voice in the bicycle industry with an almost cult following. Reading a copy will help you appreciate and understand […]175 SEK
Lifestyle - Sports - Travel
Sidetracked, Volume Twenty Two
Sidetracked is a printed and online journal featuring a limited collection of personal stories of travel, journeys and expeditions. The concept is simple: to capture the emotion and experience of adventures and expeditions throughout the world… and to inspire. In this issue: The Stark Majesty of Nature In Sidetracked Volume 22 we have curated stories of […]179 SEK
Cycling - Escape
Bikepacking: Exploring the Roads Less Cycled
They say that what matters is the journey and not the destination, and that couldn’t be more accurate when one goes bikepacking. Choosing the path less travelled, exploring the surroundings at every pedal of the way, and embracing the freedom it offers: long-distance cycling is more than a method of transportation – it’s a vibrant […]425 SEK
Escape - Lifestyle - Travel
Further Adventures in Rough Stuff – The Rough-Stuff Fellowship Archive, Volume 2
A second volume of photos and stories from the archive of the oldest off-road cycling club in the world. The original members of the RSF, founded in 1955, were the godfathers and godmothers of off-road cycling as we know it today – mountain bikes, gravel and bikepacking all follow in their tyre tracks.395 SEK