Velo Vision

Archived since Issue 1 - March 2001 Complete Archive

56 issues

Velo Vision covers cycling as a fun and effective transport solution. Published since 2000, it’s a unique forum for new cycling ideas and innovations from around the world. Discover folding bikes which fit easily onto public transport, recumbents which go faster in comfort, family bikes to carry children safely, workbikes and trailers to haul loads for car-free living or business, adapted cycles offering true mobility for the disabled, and streamlined velomobiles for all-weather comfort.

Showcasing positive examples of cycling pioneers, designers and cultures, Velo Vision is a dose of cycle inspiration.

In the free sample issue Claude Marthaler discovers how solidarity is helping pedicab riders under pressure in Cambodia’s capital; Richard Peace reviews five retro-fittable electric-assist kits from Tongxin, Alien, Heinzmann and Sunstar; In short reviews PAC go basic: riding with the affordable new Micro courier bag, Peter Eland tries out some of the cheaper alternatives to the Ergon grips and 17 headlights are compared for brightness and beam.

Regular features include the latest news from the world of cycling, your letters and readers’ bikes.

New issues of Velo Vision are currently published between two and three times per year, following a move to less frequent publication in late 2010. However as bonus content, subscribers to the digital edition also gain access to all back issues of Velo Vision and issues 1-9 of Electric Bike Magazine from the Peter Eland's Velo Vision Ltd.

Latest issue

In the latest issue: Full-length reviews of Tern’s Verge Tour folder; Performer’s Saki, a highracer recumbent bike and AZUB’s full-suspension trike, the Ti-FLY. We're also testing the Cyclone trailer for Brompton that doubles as a flight-case, portable pumps and low power 1.5W dynamo lights. A set of reports from the late-season shows come from Eurobike and The Cycle Show and we've summarised the year’s crop of new world records in human power too. We also bring a readers’ bike report on the bike with no chain and much more – news and events, plus book reviews and letters too!

Velo Vision covers cycling as a fun and effective transport solution. Published since 2000, it’s a unique forum for new cycling ideas and innovations from around the world. Discover folding bikes which fit easily onto public transport, recumbents which go faster in comfort, family bikes to carry children safely, e-bikes, workbikes and trailers to haul loads for car-free living or business, adapted cycles offering true mobility for the disabled, and streamlined velomobiles for all-weather comfort.

Showcasing positive examples of cycling pioneers, designers and cultures, Velo Vision is a dose of cycle inspiration.

In the free sample issue, Velo Vision 32, Claude Marthaler discovers how solidarity is helping pedicab riders under pressure in Cambodia’s capital; Richard Peace reviews five retro-fittable electric-assist kits from Tongxin, Alien, Heinzmann and Sunstar; In short reviews PAC go basic: riding with the affordable new Micro courier bag, Peter Eland tries out some of the cheaper alternatives to the Ergon grips and 17 headlights are compared for brightness and beam.

Regular features include the latest news from the world of cycling, your letters and readers’ bikes.

New issues of Velo Vision are currently published three times per year and as bonus content, subscribers to the digital edition also gain access to all back issues of Velo Vision, right back to issue 1 from March 2001.

Subjects: Bikes, Cycling, Outdoors, Sport, Transport

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Velo Vision covers cycling as a fun and effective transport solution. Published since 2000, it’s a unique forum for new cycling ideas and innovations from around the world. Discover folding bikes which fit easily onto public transport, recumbents which go faster in comfort, family bikes to carry children safely, workbikes and trailers to haul loads for car-free living or business, adapted cycles offering true mobility for the disabled, and streamlined velomobiles for all-weather comfort.

Showcasing positive examples of cycling pioneers, designers and cultures, Velo Vision is a dose of cycle inspiration.

In the free sample issue Claude Marthaler discovers how solidarity is helping pedicab riders under pressure in Cambodia’s capital; Richard Peace reviews five retro-fittable electric-assist kits from Tongxin, Alien, Heinzmann and Sunstar; In short reviews PAC go basic: riding with the affordable new Micro courier bag, Peter Eland tries out some of the cheaper alternatives to the Ergon grips and 17 headlights are compared for brightness and beam.

Regular features include the latest news from the world of cycling, your letters and readers’ bikes.

New issues of Velo Vision are currently published between two and three times per year, following a move to less frequent publication in late 2010. However as bonus content, subscribers to the digital edition also gain access to all back issues of Velo Vision and issues 1-9 of Electric Bike Magazine from the Peter Eland's Velo Vision Ltd.

  • First Issue: First Issue: Issue 1 - March 2001
  • Latest Issue: Issue 52 - November 2016
  • Issue Count: 56
  • Published: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2059-6510

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