Coming up in Velo Vision 48!

A preview of the upcoming issue, including AZUB and Greenspeed trike reviews, four-wheeled innovations galore, cargo and family cycling reviews and visits, and plenty of DIY and reader bike reports! It'll be off to print shortly...

Posted by Peter Eland on Thursday 15 Jan 2015

Here's a brief taste of what to expect in the upcoming issue, subject as ever to last-minute changes:


Building the bicycle car: the developer of this remarkably attractive and practical four-wheeler describes its evolution...

The bicycle car - image by Mikael Kjellman

Velove Prototype 3: Also from Sweden, an update from the cargo cyclists who we featured in Issue 46. Their latest cargo quad has full suspension...


AVD Windcheetah: we visit the UK manufacturing base of this iconic trike, and try out their new two-wheeler, the Burrows-designed Ratracer SL.

Really Useful Bikes: a cargo bike specialist near Bristol, where we also test-ride the affordable Donky Bike and the capacious Gazelle Cabby child-carrier:

The Donky Bike - image by Howard Yeomans


The AZUB Tricon folding trike, complete with matching transport/touring trailer into which the folded bike fits! We put this impressive trike through its paces.

AZUB Tricon - photo by Peter Eland

The Greenspeed Magnum: the latest frame from the Australian makers combines a high weight rating with superb adjustability. We check it out!

AZUB Tricon - photo by Peter Eland

The Bickerton Portables Junction 1909 Country is a thoroughly modern design from a famous name in the history of folding bikes - is it fit for 2015?

The Bickerton - image by Howard Yeomans

Two family cycling solutions: trying out the Roland Add+Bike trailerbike and the Follow-Me tandem attachment. Which is the more practical solution?

The Bickerton - image by Howard Yeomans

The Gorilla Cage. A new Monkii system accessory for bikepacking or all-purpose carrying.

Books: Reviewing Roads were not built for cars, Life Cycles and Bicycle - the film.

Reader bikes:

Versatility on four wheels: Paul Krampe describes how his modular, all-wheel-drive designs can be great cargo haulers as well as superb transport for more elderly riders.

Hauling wood: photo by Paul Krampe

The Berkelbike: Two users of this arm-and-leg powered recumbent rehabilitation vehicle describe its transformative potential - and its everyday practicality.

On the Berkelbike: photo by James West

The non-suspension sensation: many of the unusual design features on this 'adventure cycling' machine from Jeff Jones Bicycles impressed one of our readers...

Plus more!

News, Letters and some of the most interesting advertising you'll find anywhere in print. Please do support these advertisers, who in turn support this magazine!

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