At 96 pages, it's the biggest printed to date and no wonder, it's packed full of show content from Eurobike, a final preview and guide to the Cycle Show (register free here) and plenty of analysis of London's summer of cycling, electric bikes and the National Cycle Network.
The Eurobike product coverage kicks off on page 37, though a prequel industry opinions piece begins on 32.
Up front in the magazine, the news section brings word of several firms seeking distribution, Dahon launching the Biologic accessories line, Moore Large carrying the Celeb-praised Power Balance product and much more.
Cycle SOS has our Chain Reaction column on page 15, while Jim Walker talks business investment and servicing on page 16.
Two decades in, BikeBiz speaks to Slime about tubeless sealants and ecological credentials on page 19.
Mystery Shopper hits West London on page 24 and has what he considers the perfect retail experience. Sadly, the other end of the scale is hit too - find out who wins and who sins.
Walkers talks to BikeBiz about expanding the Serfas catalogue in the UK on page 30.
Our final guide to the Cycle Show before kick off is found on page 53. A floor plan is carried for those seeking guidance around Earls Court.
The ACT further discuss the show on 64, detailing what they can offer trade visitors to their stand.
15 years in, the National Cycle Network is claiming to host one million cyclists per day. Read more on page 67.
There's plenty more content beyond that too, so tuck in.