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RIDE Cycling Review on Zinio

RIDE Cycling Review on Zinio

RIDE Media is an independent Australian publishing company established in 1998. We make magazines about cycling.

RIDE Cycling Review is published four times a year (with releases in March, May, September and December).

And the Australian edition of the Official Tour de France Guide, which we have published since 2003, is on sale in June each year.

Our magazines are large collectables that cover road cycling (and a little bit of track) – the sport, the lifestyle, the products, the history… and more.




There are 228 pages of cycling goodness in the current issue of RIDE Cycling Review which is available in newsagents and bike shops now.

You can also get e-versions of our magazines via the iTunes shopfront, from Zinio (or via PixelMags).


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The release of the Zinio edition coincides with the on sale of the paper edition. You can subscribe or buy single issues of our magazine on Zinio for $6.49 each.

When the Zinio edition is available, an email is sent to subscribers. Follow a few simple prompts and the full magazine appears on your device of choice.




As with the paper edition, you can flick through the pages, see the quality photography and read the articles at your leisure… or you can click hyperlinks to go straight to relevant pages.

Throughout each issue, you’ll find links to online extras (represented as a QR code in the print edition, or simple button for e-magazines).

As regular readers of know, there is always extra content being added to enhance the reader’s experience.





Of course, you are also able to buy back issues via the Zinio shopfront and archive them with each on your device.

This year, for the first time, we’ll also make the Official Tour de France Guide available as an e-magazine. (Note: the Australian edition will only be available in our territories – Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore.)


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Of course you can also stay in touch with RIDE Media between editions via our social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud and YouTube.





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