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Bicycle Quarterly 69

To celebrate this year’s Paris-Brest-Paris, we’ve put together our biggest edition yet. On 128 pages, we take you right into the action of the famous 1200 kilometer randonnée in France. We also feature three bikes of PBP riders, including Jan’s new Rene Herse.

Half a world away from Paris, we take you into the workshop of Cherubim, the iconic Japanese builders. We talk with Cherubim’s Shinichi Konno about frame stiffness and how it’s optimized for Japan’s professional Keirin racers.

OPEN’s new WI.DE. has been winning awards right and left. We bring you a super-test: WI.DE. vs. the superlight U.P.P.E.R. Does the new bike with its ability to run 60 mm-wide tires make the other obsolete? Or do you give up something when you go this wide?

As a counterpoint to all this talk about steel bikes and wide tires, we feature Christopher Shand’s trip across Europe and the Balkans on carbon racing bikes and 25 mm tires. As you can imagine, theirs was a real adventure.

Those are just four of the fascinating stories in the Autumn Bicycle Quarterly.

Subscribe now to get this exciting 128-page edition or click here to find out more about the Autumn 2019 Bicycle Quarterly!

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