Bike Magazine Drops Into Third Decade With An All-New Look
The Awakening: We Re-Invent Ourselves With New Logo, Fresh Designs and Expanded Departments
Words by Brice Minnigh
Photos by JP Van Swae
As Bike magazine drops into its third decade of publication, we’re revamping the look and feel of our mag and website and introducing new departments we hope will help us share our experiences with you on an everyday basis.
The March issue of Bike goes on sale today. If you don’t already subscribe to our print and digital versions, you can do it here.
For Digital: http://www.bikemag.com/apps/
Our covers will always be about showcasing the world’s finest mountain-bike photography—and conveying our passion for riding—and we’re keeping things current with a new logo and approach to the most important page of the magazine.
In one of this month’s main features, “Fringe Benefits,” we tap into the unsung bounty of the Canadian maritime province of Newfoundland.
Can the business of mountain biking help revive Oakridge, Oregon? Find out in “Almost Paradise,” a stellar piece of photojournalism from Bike‘s managing editor, Nicole Formosa, and our assistant photo editor, Anthony Smith.
One of our new department pages, “Trove,” reveals some of the world’s most intriguing collections of mountain-bike artifacts and memorabilia. There’s treasure buried in every issue!