Ah, the digital age–when you have to go online to read about where to get a thing that you want to read in real life.

As much as we’d like to tell you that you can pick up a copy of Bike wherever magazines are sold, that’s just not the case anymore. We’re not going away anytime soon, but newsstands aren’t what they used to be. At least now our magazines won’t have to hang out next to oiled ‘roid-poppers and doomsday preppers.


Where to Buy Bike Magazine

While it’s become more difficult to find a physical copy of our magazine in the wild, there are actually more ways than ever to get a copy of Bike. You can get one instantly zapped onto one of your various devices by subscribing digitally, or, if you’re like us and look forward to pulling Bike out of your mailbox nine times a year, we’d encourage you to become a print subscriber.

We understand that you might not be ready to pull the trigger on a subscription, or perhaps you’re just looking for a single specific issue, like our annual bike buyer’s guide, The Bible of Bike Tests. If that’s the case, you should check out our selection of back issues.

If you’re prepared to venture beyond your mailbox–to go bravely into the cold, dark world in search of Bike–well, first know that we applaud your resolve. Second, know that we’d recommend checking in with nearby retailers before wasting gas that could otherwise take you to the trailhead. Or, better yet, hop on your bike and turn your search into an urban assault mission.

Here’s where you’re most likely to find Bike on newsstands in the U.S.:

  • Barnes & Noble
  • Safeway
  • King Soopers
  • Target
  • Books A Million
  • Meijers
  • Kroger/Ralphs
  • Raleys
  • Stater Bros
  • Vons
  • Frys Food
  • Smiths Food
  • Fred Meyers
  • RCSS
  • Hanna Ford

Happy hunting.