Cycling Plus is getting a sleek new redesign to offer readers a more sophisticated cycling lifestyle design, with more reviews, a more accessible and clean look, improved photography and a refreshed design and layout.
The first redesigned Cycling Plus is out today, packaged in a card wallet with a free 36 page comuting guide. The price of the mag has risen from £3.99 to £4.50, but the editorial focus remains the same – catering for road cyclists from beginners to experienced riders.
The mag recorded an impressive rise in circulation earlier this year. Last year the title scored an equally impressive Specialist Consumer Magazine of the Year prize at the PPA Awards, pipping the likes of Radio Times and Lonely Planet to the award.
“Road cycling is enjoying a resurgence in popularity in the UK, and Cycling Plus aims to be the companion magazine to this as the manual for the modern road cyclist," said Cycling Plus editor Rob Spedding.
"Whether you’re using your bike to ride to work, cycling to lose weight, training towards your first sportive, planning a riding adventure at home or abroad or looking to shave a few seconds from your time trial personal best there’s something for you in Cycling Plus. And before you buy a new road bike or purchase any new cycling gear Cycling Plus’s unrivalled testing and reviews makes it unmissable.”