Magazine gets major design refresh and refocused editorial focus

New look and drive for Procycling

The latest edition of Future Publishing’s Procycling, on sale in less than a week, is the first sporting a brand new look and editorial focus.

The magazine is shifting to focus on the ever-evolving professional racing scene, with a major design refresh. That new look will include a new logo, with the magazine printed in a new wider format with heavier paper stock, plus what the publisher calls a more formal and refined design and layout.

Procycling, originally launched in 1999, gets its redesign in time for the Tour de France and Giro D’Italia.

Cam Winstanley, Procycling editor, said: “The last few years have seen cycling become a truly global sport. In this current era of optimism, now seems the perfect time to reflect the increased professionalism of the sport with a version of Procycling with a truly international reach.”

For more on the relaunch head to www.cyclingnews.com, or pick up a copy from April 20th.

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