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23-10-2007, 10:49   #1
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Is there a weekly/monthly magazine available in Ireland on racing bikes etc.. Any time that I am in Dublin I would get my hands on Cycling Plus which seems quite good. What is available over here along similar lines as Cycling Plus or can it be mail ordered ?

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I subscribe to some biking magazine on-line, you get to download a digital copy of the magazine and can read it on your laptop / PC whenever you want. The American magazines are good value ($10 for 6 copies), the UK based ones seem to be more expensive.

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http://www.zinio.com/offer?issn=1069...of=ZH01&ns=zno
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Is there a weekly/monthly magazine available in Ireland on racing bikes etc.. Any time that I am in Dublin I would get my hands on Cycling Plus which seems quite good. What is available over here along similar lines as Cycling Plus or can it be mail ordered ?
Where's "here"?

Check out Freewheel - it's a new Irish cycling magazine launched a couple of months ago:
http://www.outsider.ie/index.php?opt...d=270&Itemid=1
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Where's "here"?

Check out Freewheel - it's a new Irish cycling magazine launched a couple of months ago:
http://www.outsider.ie/index.php?opt...d=270&Itemid=1
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I subscribe to some biking magazine on-line, you get to download a digital copy of the magazine and can read it on your laptop / PC whenever you want. The American magazines are good value ($10 for 6 copies), the UK based ones seem to be more expensive.

See below for a link:

http://www.zinio.com/offer?issn=1069...of=ZH01&ns=zno
You are right about the UK magazines - I think I paid about six euro for the monthly edition of cycling plus in Easons.
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Is there a weekly/monthly magazine available in Ireland on racing bikes etc.. Any time that I am in Dublin I would get my hands on Cycling Plus which seems quite good. What is available over here along similar lines as Cycling Plus or can it be mail ordered ?
You can order Cycling Plus online here:

http://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.u...etext=magazine

It is £45 (sterling) for 13 issues. I have had a subscription for several months now, and the service works well. Personally, I find this magazine to be the best of the cycling magazines available here, and I think this subscription works out a bit cheaper than buying it in the shops.
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