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Cranking up the spin cycle

Two new lifestyle magazines are aimed at the burgeoning cycling community

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It was more than a coincidence that two lifestyle cycling magazines were launched in Thailand last month. Their arrival is a clear sign that cycling has now become a lifestyle for many here. 

After a series of cycling-related events over the past year, it was high time for two lifestyle cycling magazines, Crank and Bicycles United Magazine, to hit the streets. It's even better that the latter is a free title. The word on the grapevine is that more cycling magazines will soon hit the bookstores.

Cycling has always been considered a niche activity, and a market Thai publishers did not entertain until recently.

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