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Cycle World

No publication covers motorcycles better than Cycle World, America's leading motorcycle magazine. Articles about the latest cycles, ground-breaking technologies and equipment and the people that are making news give Cycle World a well-rounded approach towards its unparalleled coverage. Expert analysis and excellent photography round out the complete publication for the motorcycle enthusiast.

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Customer Reviews

    • Rating
    Great articles and the latest news

    The content of CycleWorld is mostly geared toward sportbike enthusiasts, but there is also content aimed at the dirtbike and cruiser crowd. The content is decidedly slanted toward the technical side of the sport, and not toward the lifestyle. In other words, there are no pictures of "biker babes" or articles on how cool it is to do a wheelie down the freeway.

    Every month, you get informative how-to articles on everything from maintenance to riding techniques. The CycleWorld staff likes to do lots of comparisons of various bikes, and there is at least one comparison article in every issue. Some of the comparisons are straight evaluations...

    • Rating
    Still the best motorcycle magazine

    You can say all you want about Cycle World catering to its advertisers, writing too much about sport bikes, writing too much about old bikes, writing too much about cruisers, etc., but the fact remains: This is the best motorcycle magazine you can buy.
    Cycle World is well-thought-out, well planned, and well written. If they are catering to their advertisers, they are doing a fine job of disguising it.
    Peter Egan deserves special mention. As in his columns in Road and Track, his Cycle World columns should be renamed, "Peter Egan buys stuff." Egan gives the appearance of buying a car and bike every month, fixing them up, and then getting bored and...

    • Rating
    Almost as cool as riding 150 mph...but not quite!

    If you are sitting at work and wish you could be out riding and just can't (cause you have to work to make the bike payments, of course!), then you may want to check out Cycle World. There are beautiful pictures that will just give you that warm and fuzzy feeling as you look at them, but please, don't go nuts and quit your job just so you can go riding!

    Seriously, though, the articles are very good...if you are looking to buy a bike, or if you want accessories for your bike, or if you just want to know more about how it stacks up against other bikes of its type, you will find valuable information in this magazine. I used Cycle World as well as...

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