What's New- Compatible with iOS 6.1
- Bug fixes and minor enhancements
App DescriptionBicycling is the worldâ€™s leading cycling magazine, covering all corners of the cycling world. Whether you're an experienced racer or a complete beginner, Bicycling offers a thorough look at the sport with engaging features, advice and product reviews.
BICYCLING Presents: James Starttâ€™s Tour de France
After covering the planet's greatest bike race for 24 years, James Startt, BICYCLING's European Correspondent, sharesâ€”and discussesâ€”his most memorable images. These artful photographs capture such legendary champions as Miguel Indurain, Marco Pantani, and Mario Cipollini, as well as the most famous cycling locales in the world, including Alpe d'Huez, the Galibier, and the Champs-Ă‰lysĂ©es in Paris. But more than that, Startt's collection of 43 images captures the authentic spirit of the race, the kaleidoscopic beauty of France, and the operatic joy and suffering of professional bike racing.
2013 Guide to Riding Everything
With more Americans riding to work and more bike lanes, pedaling around town is safer and more fun than ever. Get ready to roll with our tips and gearâ€”and join Mary Roach on the worldâ€™s strangest ride to the office.
Revenge of the Nerds
Last summer, a team of eight desk jockeys broke a Race Across America record that had been previously set by pro riders. What was their secret? Not being afraid to geek out. By Scott Yorko Plus: Endurance tips even non-techies can use.
Feast Your Thighs
Before he straddled his bicycle in Italyâ€™s Piedmont region, where the roads are just as sumptuous as the local cuisine, our correspondent had thought he was living by the motto â€śRide hard, eat well.â€ť He had no idea. By David Darlington
The Great Escape
Is the BC Bike Race a beastly mountain bike ride or a rollicking vacation? Our writer hopes to split the difference. By Louis Mazzante
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September 26, 2013 New version 1.8
February 02, 2013 New version 1.7
January 23, 2013 New version 1.6
December 14, 2012 New version 1.5
September 05, 2012 New version 1.4
April 28, 2012 New version 1.3
December 06, 2011 Initial Release