Fixed Mag 14 is on the way March 10th. Here’s the cover and a quick run down of what to expect:
“ssue #14′s cover photograph was shot by Ian G. C. White who is a photographer based in Switzerland.
The article in Fixed #14 featuring Ian’s epic photographs is written by Patrick Seabase.
You might be remember the iconic cover photograph of Fixed issue #8 which was also shot by Ian.
It’s our first cover that does not feature a rider too.
We are also featuring:
Brother Cycles – Interview
Look Out – Jamie Kirkham
Bike Check – Thomas Poignant
Bike Check – Steve Tortorelli
Look Out – John Taki
and much more…
I’ve really enjoyed every issue of the Ride Journal and Issue VII looks to be worth the scoop as well. If you’re in London, don’t miss out on the release party next Thursday, February 7th. See more details at the Ride Journal’s Facebook. If you can’t make it, pick up a copy here.
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