The story so far
Velo Vision magazine was established in 2000 by Peter Eland. From his base in York, he created a magazine that encompassed more diversity and variety in cycling than ever before seen in a single publication or website. Covering bikes for transport and touring, innovative cycle design and bike culture everywhere, the formula was as popular then as it is now.
In 2015, after producing Issue 48, Peter passed over the running of the magazine to Howard Yeomans. Howard is a long-term reader of Velo Vision and has worked with cycles for many years. His mobile bike repair service ‘Bikes Made Good’ was featured on the cover of Issue 41 in fact.
Following Howard’s time at the helm Simon Webb has taken on the publication. Simon has a background in global publishing and marketing, both online and in print. He credits cycling with saving his life and as much as he can incorporates cycling into his every day life.
“Where can I find Velo Vision?”
Magazines are usually delivered direct to customers and we also have several distributors who may be local to you. You can buy individual copies and subscriptions now, in the shop. Velo Vision is also available in a selection of specialist retailers. We will mail Velo Vision to anywhere in the world.
“What’s in the magazine then?”
The general term ‘alternative cycles’ covers a very wide remit. We will dabble with all sorts of machines and equipment aside from racing and MTBs, and covering both the wonderful diamond-frame bike in all its forms (hub gear city bikes, tough tourers, versatile longtails, togetherly tandems and more…) as well as more specialised designs such as folding bikes, family cycling products, load-carrying cargo cycles and trailers, recumbents, special needs cycles for all abilities, unicycles and even the odd pedal-powered boat!
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