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Cycle Magazine, April / May 2017

Cycle Magazine, April / May 2017
Cycle Magazine, April / May 2017
In this issue: Cycling UK’s Rides of Way report, British Cycle Quest organiser Jeff Eaves, Michael Bonney’s electric quadricycle, Jon Snow on local elections, two teenagers conclude their Silk Road expedition from China, how to keep your electronic devices topped up by Dynohub, bike-packing Northumberland’s Sandstone Way, fat-tyred 650B bikes for ‘any road’ riding, four ways to take your bike by plane.
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Reaching nearly 70,000 members Cycling UK's 'Cycle' magazine has the highest circulation of any cycling publication in the United Kingdom. Here's a snapshot of the April / May 2017 issue, so have a flick through. 

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