British Cycling members can get three issues of the Cyclist or Bikes Etc for just £3.
Bikes Etc is the new monthly road cycling magazine that delivers more pages of bike and kit reviews than any other road cycling magazine.
Whether you’re looking to buy your first serious road bike or just tweaking your current setup, our expert, in-depth reviews aim to help you make informed choices before you part with your cash. Everything you see in the magazine is ridden or worn in all conditions (some we’ve had to create ourselves), washed, taken apart, checked and double-checked, all with the aim of giving you the most thorough and impartial buying advice possible.
Illustrated with stunning photography and packed with technical advice, Bikes Etc shows you the best bikes to buy, and the best places to ride them.
Cyclist magazine is for passionate road cyclists, who simply love cycling and love bikes.
It’s about the freedom and exhilaration of a great ride, the joy that comes from a beautifully crafted bike frame, the people and heritage that make cycling such a unique sport. Knowledgeable writers and some of the best photographers bring you sharp insight and stunning imagery.
The print version of Cyclist retails at £5, this offer gives you three issues for the price of less than 1. On top of the introductory offer, members will also save 10% on ongoing print subscriptions (£26.99 for 6 issues of the print only edition), and if you choose to add digital to your subscription you’ll save 90% on digital access (£31.99 for 6 issues of the print + digital editions).
All subscriptions will start with the next available issue.
To get this benefit, as well as all the other great benefits on offer, join today for less than 10p a day. If you’re already a member, click on ‘Claim Benefit’ below to find out the redemption process.
All subscriptions will start with the next available issue. Subscribe for the first 3 issues of Cyclist for just £3 (worth £15), then pay £26.99 for print only or £31.99 for print + digital for each six thereafter. If you are not entirely satisfied, you can cancel at any time during the 3-issue trial period and will pay no more than the £3 already debited. If you decide to continue receiving Cyclist, you needn’t do anything – your subscription will continue at the rate selected.