Simpson Magazine Issue 09

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Simpson Magazine Issue 09

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Insight

Issue 9: The People edition, in which we bring you some of the creative thinkers and pioneers who make the world of cycling the stimulating and thought-provoking place it is. We quiz Dom Mason, founder of Mason Cycles, about the price of perfectionism. We also explore the exquisite detail of Rowley Haverly’s miniature figures and chat to the first lady of Irish cycling ­­­­­photography Karen M Edwards. Jack Chevell compares the 6 day races of London and Gent and Marshall Kappel takes us to New York’s Central Park for a spin. We also look at the forgotten velodromes of Paris before taking a drizzly spin on one of the finest bikes we’re ever likely to get our hands on.  

Details

Size: 100pp 235 x 174mm
Production process: 4 colour process

Contents

Kit you can’t do without: oversocks
Simpson favourite: Beet It organic beetroot shot
Why I love this bike: Paul Lowe's Colnago M-10
Rowley Rides: a life in miniature
Six Day racing: London vs Gent, which is best
Dom Mason: the man behind the brand
Park & Ride: urban spaces - Central Park, NYC
Karen M Edwards: the first lady of Irish cycling photography
Riding a pro team bike: a dream come true
How much kit do you need?
A forgotten era: the velodromes of Paris
Graveyard challenge: racing between London's cemeteries with CCC
10,000km.cc: Richard Frazier's new cycling club
Food for thought: personalised protein shakes

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