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4-Pack Bicycle Quarterly Past Editions

$34.00

We’ve assembled these 4-packs of Bicycle Quarterly back editions, so you can read up on a particular topic. Of course, each Bicycle Quarterly includes many other interesting articles as well to give you many hours of reading enjoyment. Below is a list of the editions included with each pack.

Click on a 4-pack title below to add it to your cart.

You can also select any 4 magazines from the drop-down menus below to create your own 4-pack.

 

Our Best Rides:

  • BQ 45 (The Volcano High Pass Super Randonnée 600 km)
  • BQ 47 (The search for the Secret Passes)
  • BQ 53 (To the end of the road on Carbon Glacier)
  • BQ 55 (Cyclotouring the crest of the Cascades from Mount Rainier to Portland)

 

Japan Cyclotouring:

  • BQ 51 (Touring Hokkaido; Nihon Alps 600 km)
  • BQ 57 (Autumn Cyclotouring in Japan)
  • BQ 58 (Peninsula Cyclotouring; Otaki 100 km Mountain Bike Race)
  • BQ 60 (Peter Weigle Goes to Japan; Natsuko’s First Passhunt)

 

15th Anniversary Editions:

  • BQ 61 (Peter Weigle and the Concours de Machines)
  • BQ 62 (Riding a 1947 Rene Herse tandem in the Alps)
  • BQ 63 (Lyli Herse, Winter Mountain Pass Adventure)
  • BQ 64 (Japanese Passhunters, Mexico’s Copper Canyon)

 

Titanium Bike Tests:

  • BQ 58 (Moots Routt and the toughest mountain bike race in Japan)
  • BQ 57 (Litespeed Gravel Bike on the search for the “Lost Pass”)
  • BQ 56 (Firefly titanium Enduro Allroad on the High Road to Mexico City)
  • BQ 51 (Jeff Jones on a Winter bikepacking adventure)

 

 Tire Performance:

  • BQ 43 (Summary of all BQ research on tire performance)
  • BQ 17 (Our ground-breaking roll-down tests)
  • BQ 36 (Do larger wheels roll faster over bumps?)
  • BQ 48 (Discussion with Panaracer: Making Supple Tires)

 

Bike Handling:

  • BQ 11 (Front End Geometry for Different Speeds, Loads and Tire Sizes)
  • BQ 31 (Wheel Size and Bicycle Handling)
  • BQ 38 (An Overview of Frame Geometry)
  • BQ 62 (Wheel Size, Tire Width and Handling)

 

Frame Stiffness and Planing:

  • BQ 24 (Double-blind frame stiffness experiment)
  • BQ 28 (More frame stiffness experiments with power meters)
  • BQ 35 (Measuring frame stiffness and the balance of the frame)
  • BQ 23 (Measuring fork blade flex)

 

General Bike Performance:

  • BQ 21 (Wind-tunnel testing of tires, fenders, bags, clothes, position)
  • BQ 41 (Generator hub performance test)
  • BQ 29 (Suspension losses quantified)
  • BQ 22 (PBP equipment survey: What worked and what didn’t)

 

Classic Builders 1:

  • BQ 1 (Alex Singer)
  • BQ 28 (Jack Taylor)
  • BQ 42 (Speedwall, Pioneer of Titanium Frames)
  • BQ 17 (Reyhand)
  • Note: Overlap with Tire Performance and Frame Flex packs.

 

Classic Builders 2:

  • BQ 30 (Paul Charrel)
  • BQ 24 (Nicola Barra)
  • BQ 20 (Hetchins)
  • BQ 21 (TA)
  • Note: Overlap with Frame Stiffness and General Performance packs.

 

Tandems:

  • BQ 7 (Tandem Special Issue)
  • BQ 5 (Paris-Brest-Paris 2005 on 1946 René Herse tandem)
  • BQ 36 (Fastest tandem in PBP 1956: history and restoration)
  • BQ 27 (The first diagonal, on a tandem, 1930)
  • Note: Overlap with Tire Performance Pack

 

History of Randonneuring

  • BQ 31 (Part 1: Vélocio, the Audax and Paris-Brest-Paris)
  • BQ 33 (Part 2: 1930s — Diagonals and the German Occupation)
  • BQ 35 (Part 3: Post-War Boom, 1950s Decline and the End of Competition)
  • BQ 38 (Part 4: Cyclosportifs, American Randonneurs, and the Future)

 

Japanese Builders

  • BQ 48 (Level, Iribe, Panaracer)
  • BQ 50 (Nitto)
  • BQ 52 (TOEI)
  • BQ 53 (C. S. Hirose)

 

Build your own 4-Pack by selecting editions below:

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We’ve assembled these 4-packs of Bicycle Quarterly back editions, so you can read up on a particular topic. Of course, each Bicycle Quarterly includes many other interesting articles as well to give you many hours of reading enjoyment.

You can also select any 4 magazines to create your own 4-pack.