Tony and Dave very kindly posted a story about our Northern road and racing magazine earlier in the year. Apart from a couple of trolls who tend to ankle bite everyone it seemed to go down very well. We're on issue 5 now and judging by our twitter feed it isn't just hairy arsed north of Watford types reading it. There seems to be a fair few southerners trying to acquire some northern cool and even some Texans (no not him) who seem to like reading about obscure British cyclists and minor hills they will probably never get to climb.
It's been going very well. Almost too well. We are so busy on the magazine that we've decided today to drop it from bi-monthly and make it a quarterly as we do have day jobs. After the next issue in mid October ( Emily Kay, TOB special, Fat Bikes, Killer Hill, Club Rider:Kit Bore and much, much more) we will be going quiet until January and then be back with the first quarterly edition and a bumper 140 page print book of the best of the first 6 issues.
If you fancy yourself as a good writer or illustrator and those poseurs at Rouleur aren't returning your calls then get in touch and we'll take a look. We are definitely looking for some new voices to play a regular role.
Right. Off for two days in the pouring rain covering the TOB. I reckon Quintana will blow away completely when he hits Wales.