New Bicycle Quarterly Web Site

The new Bicycle Quarterly Press web site is up and running. We have a new design, simpler navigation, and clearer organization. The site better explains what Bicycle Quarterly is all about: Inspirational rides (above) and technical articles that explain how bikes work…

… as well as exciting articles about cycling history.

We’ve enhanced favorite pages, including all the bikes we have tested in Bicycle Quarterly:

The site provides a clear overview of the cycling books we carry:

More than a dozen favorite articles are available in pdf format on the web site, including Jada Van Vliet’s classic about “Touring in India” on a locally-made 3-speed, a report from the “Raid Pyrénéen” and our test of the Calfee “Adventure” carbon-fiber bike for wide tires.

To make all this content more easily accessible, we made the navigation as simple as possible. There is even a shortcut for subscribing or renewing with just a few clicks of your mouse.

Start exploring the new site by clicking here.

About Jan Heine, Editor, Bicycle Quarterly

I love cycling and bicycles, especially those that take us off the beaten path. I edit Bicycle Quarterly magazine, and occasionally write for other publications. One of our companies, Bicycle Quarterly Press publishes cycling books, while Compass Bicycles Ltd. makes and distributes high-quality bicycle components for real-world riders.
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8 Responses to New Bicycle Quarterly Web Site

  1. TimJ says:

    The revamped site looks and works really great. Congratulations on the new site and your acquisition of Rene Herse!

  2. Alexander Krauß says:

    Glad that “La tante” remained on the front page ;-)

  3. Melinda says:

    Where are you riding in the image next to ‘Rides’? That photo works, because it makes me want to drop everything and go there.

  4. Congrats on the new site. Now I hope for a digital version of the magazine, can’t afford the long wait for it to be delivered here in Brazil. ;)

  5. KT says:

    Nice and clean and simple. Looks good!

  6. Looks cool, but I can’t figure out how to navigate the site on an iPad. I can only select the top item of each of the drop down menu. Is there another way to access those pages that I’m missing?

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