One of my longtime favorite magazines, Embrocation Cycling Journal, just keeps getting better and better. Volume 9 delivers on many fronts and includes one of the best stories to ever grace its pages. Without giving too much away, I’ll just say that you’ve really got to check out this issue. The photos from Heather McGrath are amazing.
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Photo by Justin Keena
The ninth installment of Embrocation cycling journal is now available with contributions from Heather Mcgrath, Justin Keena, Nikita Piautsou-Rehfeldt, Brian Morgan, Zahariz Khuzaimah, Nathaniel Ward, Bert Tosh, Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation, e r t z u i ° film,Alessandra Mondolfi, Phil Gale, Tyler Evans, Natalia Boltukhova.
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Gary at Rothera Cycling was recently commissioned by Boston-based Embrocation Cycling to make a run of their team caps. You can pick one up for $30 at Embro.
It’s not every day that a magazine contacts me to submit content for a forthcoming issue. So when they do, I’m usually pretty pumped. Case in point: the new Embrocation. Volume 8 is filled with a bunch of photos from my last trip to NYC, coinciding with a story written by Neil Bezdek. But it doesn’t stop there, this new issue is packed with juicy content. Make sure you pick one up at your local stockist or order one here at Embrocation.
Photo by Heather McGrath
Embrocation‘s eighth issue is hot off the presses, featuring photography of Heath McGrath and as a slight departure from previous issues, Volume 8 is about craft and those who labor in the creation of art and life. I’ve even got a few photos in there, so pick up a copy here.