It is one of the most visually handsome magazines I see, and the collection of articles--leaving aside my prejudice towards my own contribution--is stunning.
A partial sampling:
- Okay, my own article on LA's bike plan, Won't Get Fooled Again
- Editor Ross Ringham on Pedal Powered Portland
- Carlton Reid on Taiwan
- Steve Durrant on the new NACTO guidelines
- Tim Dawson on residential bike storage
- Gail jennings on South Africa
- Jay Walljasper on the commons
- Articles on Sydney vs, Melbourne, Edinburgh vs. Glasgow, private funding of bike infrastructure, changes in Omaha, and lots more
But if you can afford it for yourself--or write it off as a journalist, planner, advocate, or whatever--you will find it well worth the money.
Sample article synopses (by the way, their blogs are free to view) at CyclingMobility.com, or subscribe to their excellent Twitter feed at @cyclingmobility
If you work in or out of government to promote practical cycling, this is a valuable resource.
And satisfying to read through too!
Note: There is an online facsimile of the print version here, but it doesn't include quite everything, and the paper version is much more satisfying.