Boneshaker #10

Boneshaker #10

by James Lucas and Mike White

It's issue ten of one of thee hottest bike mags on the planet! (Even though it's more resemblant of a design-y coffee table art book.) Between its beautiful must-be-seen-to-be-believed covers, the UK-based Boneshaker folks give us 60 pages of full, vivid color (and we mean jaw-dropping, eye-popping, brilliant color. It's pretty outstanding). Topics include the parallels of cycling and theatre, a biography of African-American bicycle racing way-paver Major Taylor, a new bike project in the south of France, bicycle-powered bee keeping, a feature about New York City's Recycle-a-Bicycle, and oh so much more! This full-course meal of photos, stellar design, and writing is one of the best things going these days in indie publishing; a total wow-your-socks-off combo-punch for cyclists and non-cyclists alike.

This full-course meal of photos, stellar design, and writing is one of the best things going these days in indie publishing; a total wow-your-socks-off combo-punch for cyclists and non-cyclists alike.