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17 Responses to Subscribe

  1. Hai says:

    Awesome first issue! As someone just getting started in road biking, your magazine was informative and a pleasure to read.

    Keep up the wonderful work,

  2. Uncle Al says:

    What a breath of fresh air! This aims at the essence of road cycling,,,the riding, the people, the no nonsense writing and best of all, the fantastic photography. I thought it particularly bold that you showcased everyday bikes, not $12,000 superbikes. Maybe some pictures of dirty race machines at the end of a grimy Classic will be forthcoming? I can’t wait for the next issue.

  3. M-A Latour says:

    Thank you for bringing a north american magazine that is focus on the history and culture of road cycling. I’ve een missing that for a while. Long live to Paved magazine.

  4. Jaime A. Soto says:

    WOW…. finally something that has met the fine balance between great and greatest magazine ever. I really did appreciate your premier issue, it was enlightening to read about the true nature of cycling, the details that were included made me feel like I was there. The most satisfying detail was how the fans were integrated into your pieces. Yes we do exist, thank you. Thank you also for leaving the non-utainable goals of the lycra wearing demographic out of this magazine, I hope it continues. Congratulations and good luck.

  5. TADEJ says:

    Hello from Slovenia (Europe). Just got your first issue. It is expensive (10 eur), but hey, who cares. The best part of magazine a pictures. They are really something special. Congratulations and good luck.

  6. susan shultz says:

    My husband loves your new magazine. I would like to get a subscription for him for X-Mas, but I don’t see any way to subscribe–really bad timing to launch this just before the holidays and leave us desperate cycling widows without gift services!!

  7. Deeeeeee says:

    As a mtb’er who recently started riding on the road in the last few years, I really enjoyed the first ish: Paved is like Bike for the road set, and I dug it. But what’s the deal with putting Armstrong on the cover? Way to set yourselves apart from the pack.

  8. Nate says:

    Next Issue – When?

  9. Bob says:

    I really enjoyed the first issue. I sure hope there’s more to come.

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  11. james says:

    Is the next issue ever coming out? It has been a long time since September, and I haven;t seen any updates. I hope new will be coming soon?

  12. james says:

    Happy to see issue #2. can someone from the mag update whether this is still in beta, or will will be a subscription option be forthcoming soon?

    keep up the good work.

  13. Shuggy says:

    Hey!!!! Great mag, just came across the second issue, excellent stories. Where can I get a copy of the first issue? The link on the website for back issues only has the 2nd issue listed. I have the first issue of BIKE mag and would like to add the first issue of PAVED to my collection.

  14. Terry says:

    I heard good things about your first issue, so I grabbed the second issue when I saw it. But what did I find? A bunch of multi-thousand dollar bicycles. Sad really, there are already plenty of magazines like that. Just once, I would like a magazine that reviews bikes that the rest of us actually consider buying. Oh well.

  15. Mark S. says:

    Great first, and now second issues. Keep up the good work. When can I subscribe?

  16. SORC says:

    Paved is now offering subscriptions. 4 issues for $19.97 — Save 28%
    8 issues for $34.97 — Save 37% off newsstand prices.

    Subscribe Now!

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