Spoke strives to bring a fresh and innovative look at mountain biking through original content, bold design and high quality production values. It provides an unbiased look at the lives and activities of mountain bikers in Aotearoa, consistently pushing the boundaries of mountain bike photography and graphic design. Spoke is published four times a year
NZMTBR captures all aspects of mountain biking from a Kiwi perspective, presenting itself in a format that aims to inform, educate and entertain the readers. Each issue contains a mix of practical and informative features including Workshop, Where to Ride, Skills, Products and Product Review sections. These sit alongside entertaining main features including trail stories, rider profiles, interviews, overseas riding trips, event coverage and all that is happening in the mountain bike world.
Boasting a contributing team of the country's finest fishing writers, NZ Fishing News covers all angling disciplines across the New Zealand and beyond. Plus we keep you up to date with the latest developments in fishing tackle, marine electronics and fishing techniques.
Rugby League Week is in its fifth decade of publication, and is still the most widely read Rugby League magazine in Australia with a weekly readership of 169,000 – almost double the readership of that of its closest Rugby League competitor. RLW offers readers the very best in news, features, statistics and gossip every week, as well as hard-hitting columns by the one-and-only Mark Geyer, and loads of nostalgia in our retrospective stories from by-gone eras.
New Zealand Rugby World is the premier authority on our national game; with sharp analysis and irreverent humour the two key components. In both style and content the writing is award winning and provides an unparalleled depth of insight into the people who play the game and the issues that matter to the fans. The cast of contributors is world class as is the photography and lay-out. Pick this magazine up and you won't want to put it down - rugby has never been so much fun.
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mbr is the UK's leading magazine for trail riding, mountain bike enthusiasts. Published since 1997, mbr aims to inspire readers to just get out and ride! with every issue, by providing the very best expert advice about where, what and how to ride. Every edition delivers the ultimate mix of inspirational riding features, with extensive bike and product reviews, along with superb advice and reader involvement - plus free pull-out route guides.
Since inception in 2000, NZ Fishing World has delivered fisherman a premium quality publication with a focus on making their dreams come true.
They want to catch more fish and have more fun, while learning how to do it. NZ Fishing World provides information and techniques to assist them in
landing that trophy fish.
RIDE Cycling Review is a quarterly magazine about the world’s most beautiful sport: cycling. From your local bunch to the pinnacle of the profession, RIDE brings cycling to life.
RIDE reviews racing from around the globe, giving you insight into the pro peloton with exclusive interviews and features, beautiful photography, and expert analysis, reporting and opinion from some of the world’s most knowledgeable, respected cycling commentators and pro cyclists.
RIDE keeps you abreast of technical innovations, introducing you to new bikes and cycling paraphernalia in every issue. Our rigorous bike review regimen and ‘Build Report’ provide an independent appraisal of each bike we test, giving you the information and confidence to consider all the features and functions of the latest equipment. With five bikes built, tested, ridden and reviewed, and at least 10 pages of new equipment and apparel in each issue, RIDE keeps you at the leading edge.
RIDE explores the culture of cycling, bringing you new ways to experience the joys of riding. Our regular ‘Caffeine Culture’ feature and accompanying ‘Bikes from the Bunch’ dossier present the cycling culture in a new destination at home or abroad. We reveal a handful of rides: the bunch who ride them, the scenery and terrain, the pace, the route, the meeting place and time, and of course the coffee stop. We tell you everything you need to know so you can roll up and experience the local cycling scene first hand.
RIDE analyses emerging issues in cycling, keeping you aware of the opportunities and challenges that are having an impact on our sport from local club level through to the upper echelons of racing and administration.
Racing, equipment, people, places, culture. The joy and beauty of cycling. It’s all in RIDE.
We invite you to enjoy the ride with RIDE Cycling Review.
Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd. Cycling Active is a must have publication for all road cycling enthusiasts. Launched in 2009 (and brought to you by the hugely experienced teams behind Cycling Weekly, Cycle Sport and Mountain Bike Rider), Cycling Active aims to provide a balanced mix of fitness advice, route guides, 'how to' guides, along with inspirational features, plus expert – and highly independent - bike and products reviews for the contemporary cyclist. It is essential reading for all levels of interest, from the occasional weekend rider, to more serious ‘challenge' or sportive riders.
Bike Magazine showcases the sport of mountain biking like no other publication. It captures the sport's personalities, trends, and issues with a style all its own. Using insightful feature articles and the sport's best photography, Bike is sure to make you want to get outside and ride.
The leading triathlon publication, informing and inspiring athletes of all abilities with training and nutrition guidance,advice from the pros and top coaches and experts, athletes profiles, product reviews and all the information they need to fully enjoy the triathlon lifestyle.
New Zealand Road Cyclist is produced to meet the demand for credible information from non-elite cyclists – the enthusiastic ‘weekend warriors’ who make up the vast majority of New Zealand’s road cyclists. Written by cyclists for cyclists, each issue of New Zealand Road Cyclist contains a mix of practical and informative editorial which sit alongside entertaining and inspirational main features.
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What Mountain Bike is the magazine for all cross-country and trail riders. Written by the most respected team in the business, What Mountain Bike shows readers what to ride, where to ride and how to ride. Packed with inspiring writing and photography, it's an essential ingredient in any mountain biker's diet.
At a minimum of 124 pages, with high production values, the best imagery, insights from the world’s best surf scribes, often cover mounted with a DVD and the only Australian surf mag with a complete digital presence, there’s no doubt why Surfing Life has been at the forefront of surf media for over two decades. Surfing Life is BRIGHT in an intelligent and colourful way. Surfing Life is BRASH, poking fun, but at themselves as much as others. Surfing Life is BRAVE, to take on the tough topics. Surfing Life is the magazine with something for everyone. Surfing Life is Made From Surfing.
Discover trail running in South Africa as well as exotic destinations worldwide through TRAIL magazine, published six times annually. 100 pages or more per issue. Discover the how, why and where. Become a better trail runner as TRAIL looks at this rapidly growing global phenomenon from every conceivable angle.