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Very good for familes, not too techinical - Advantages: Great read, Easy for families and general tourer's, Easy to understand - Disadvantages: Only comes out once a month, Some shops don't sell it, No folder to keep them in
"On Your Bike" I started buying this mag when I got narked off with the usual bike mag stuffed full of adverts for expensive bikes I"d never heard of,pictures of "Dudes" pulling amazing stunts in far flung parts of the world & articles that, quite frankly, flew over my head! Yes this mag does have adverts,but it also applies to people like me, someone who uses the bike for work,short trips with the kids, & the occasional long journey to other parts of the country in order to raise funds for charity. Inside you will see a well laid out contents section with 2 or 3 features(such as where to go in the Peak District")Bike & kit tests & recommendations. Tips & techniques & competitions. The best bit is every month, there are 10 new "Escape Routes". You can copy these & use them on days out or bigger adventures on holidays. The articles cover all aspects such as routes & which O/S map covers it, gradients, suitability for different abilities & where to stay. You also get handy tips on what food & drink is best for. As a result of one article, I tried a recipe with my 4 year old daughter & its now a family treat when we get the ingredients in for flapjacks! To sum up, unless your some sort of stunt junkey or Tour de France expert, this mag will have plenty stuff that will interest you,(male or female).