Over the past few years, so many motorcycle shops have closed their doors thanks to the digital age. I have always loved reading stuff on paper rather than on a screen. At least that gives me a break from all the insanity happening online. I still believe that what’s offline isn’t on the internet and once it’s gone it’s gone. So I’ve gotten myself a couple of limited editions that I am so proud of.
For those like me looking for actual magazines to read, below is a list of those that have kept me opening the pages. Of course, it’s not a comprehensive list but you can let me know of your favourite magazines.
If we have any Harley enthusiasts like me, I recommend this magazine. It’s published four times annually and you get it delivered to your door.
I have been a H.O.G Magazine fanatic since they launched in 2009. If you need to know anything happening in the Harley world, this is your best friend. You get all 411 including the Harley-Davidson OEM parts and exclusive bike features.
This magazine proves you’re not only a rider but one with impeccable taste. I have to tell you that you should never judge a book by it’s cover. Their landscape orientation is packed with evergreen stories on riders adventures. From Bali to Alaska, you won’t find a magazine this authentic.
They are first motorcyclists and second publishers. And I love that they have global contributors so don’t be surprised to get some riding advice for your area.
I used to carry a copy of Motoveli in my back pocket a while back. It’s such a small booklet. 8 inches by 5 inches. The magazine gives you all you need to know about the NYC rider. … Read More