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''Bicycling'' started in 1961 as ''Northern California Cycling Association Newsletter'' a 4 page mimeographed newsletter (8 ½ x 14), started by Peter Hoffman. It covered the local bicycle scene, and grew quickly as Vol 1 No 6 took on a 5 ½ x8 ½ offset printing format in December 1961. The name was changed to ''American Cycling Newsletter'' with Vol. 3 No 1, March 1964 issue. The name was changed again with the Vol. 5, No 1, March 1965 issue to ''American Cycling''. The size was changed to a larger format with Vol. 5, No 1, March 1966 issue to 8 ½ x 11. Peter Hoffman sold the magazine to Leete publications in August 1968 ( stayed on as Editor until late 1969), the last ''American Cycling'' titled magazine was the Nov. 1968 issue,Vol 7 No 8 the name was changed to ''Bicycling!'' with the Dec 1968 Issue Vol 7 No 9. For several issues after the name change "American Cycling" was included on the cover in small print under the ''Bicycling!'' masthead. NCCA Newsletter and American Cycling were published 10 times a year March though December. In the first year under Leete 1968 there are only 9 issues, Leete skipped the October issue and called it November to make it more current, they were behind in production as they worked on the design change to ''Bicycling!'', the Sept issue is Vol 7 No 7, November follows as Vol 7 No 8. After 1968 the magazine went to publishing 12 issues a year. In April 1973 the magazine was acquired by Capital Management Publications. In early December 1977, a team was sent from Rodale to California to meet with the owner and iron out a deal <ref> Our Roots Grow Deep: The Story of Rodale, Daniel Gross, 2008</ref>. Rodale acquired ''Bicycling!'' and published their first issue in February, 1978. In 1980, ''Bicycling!'' purchased a smaller magazine, ''Bike World'', and merged it into ''Bicycling!''. In 1982 Rodale bought ''American Cyclist'' and incorporated it into ''Bicycling''. Pricing of the magazine changed over the years as follows July 62 to December 64, 25 cents, March 65 to June 67, 35 cents, July 67 to July 68, 45 cents, In August 1968 with the Leete purchase the price went up to 50 cents, and the covers were changed to full color, the previous covers had been in red and black.
 
''Bicycling'' started in 1961 as ''Northern California Cycling Association Newsletter'' a 4 page mimeographed newsletter (8 ½ x 14), started by Peter Hoffman. It covered the local bicycle scene, and grew quickly as Vol 1 No 6 took on a 5 ½ x8 ½ offset printing format in December 1961. The name was changed to ''American Cycling Newsletter'' with Vol. 3 No 1, March 1964 issue. The name was changed again with the Vol. 5, No 1, March 1965 issue to ''American Cycling''. The size was changed to a larger format with Vol. 5, No 1, March 1966 issue to 8 ½ x 11. Peter Hoffman sold the magazine to Leete publications in August 1968 ( stayed on as Editor until late 1969), the last ''American Cycling'' titled magazine was the Nov. 1968 issue,Vol 7 No 8 the name was changed to ''Bicycling!'' with the Dec 1968 Issue Vol 7 No 9. For several issues after the name change "American Cycling" was included on the cover in small print under the ''Bicycling!'' masthead. NCCA Newsletter and American Cycling were published 10 times a year March though December. In the first year under Leete 1968 there are only 9 issues, Leete skipped the October issue and called it November to make it more current, they were behind in production as they worked on the design change to ''Bicycling!'', the Sept issue is Vol 7 No 7, November follows as Vol 7 No 8. After 1968 the magazine went to publishing 12 issues a year. In April 1973 the magazine was acquired by Capital Management Publications. In early December 1977, a team was sent from Rodale to California to meet with the owner and iron out a deal <ref> Our Roots Grow Deep: The Story of Rodale, Daniel Gross, 2008</ref>. Rodale acquired ''Bicycling!'' and published their first issue in February, 1978. In 1980, ''Bicycling!'' purchased a smaller magazine, ''Bike World'', and merged it into ''Bicycling!''. In 1982 Rodale bought ''American Cyclist'' and incorporated it into ''Bicycling''. Pricing of the magazine changed over the years as follows July 62 to December 64, 25 cents, March 65 to June 67, 35 cents, July 67 to July 68, 45 cents, In August 1968 with the Leete purchase the price went up to 50 cents, and the covers were changed to full color, the previous covers had been in red and black.
 
==People==
 
Bill McCready (of [[Santana Cycles]]) is an associate editor. Frank J. Berto was an engineering editor,<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=cXkT6pEjX00C&q=%22bicycling+magazine%22 ''Cycling''], [[Alison Cotter]], [[Lucent Books]], 2002, 112pp, pp. 22,106, 9781590180716 at [[Google Books]]</ref><ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=ssv4p6jkXi0C&q=engineering+editor+bicycling+magazine ''The Birth of Dirt: Origins of Mountain Biking''], Frank J. Berto and [[Charlie Kelly (businessman)|Charles Kelly]], [[Van der Plas]], 1999, 128pp, back cover, ISBN 978-1-892495-10-5 at [[Google Books]]</ref> Ed Pavelka was a former editor,<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=msdT4iQ50cgC&pg=PA42 ''High-tech Cycling''], [[Edmund R. Burke|Ed Burke]], [[Human Kinetics]], 2003, p.42, ISBN 978-0-7360-4507-0 at [[Google Books]]</ref> [[Arnie Baker]] has served on the fitness board,<ref>[[Arnie Baker]], but need a reliable third-party source besides his website and books.</ref> [[Eben Weiss]] (a.k.a. the "Bike Snob") is a regular contributor,<ref>[http://bikeportland.org/2010/03/30/q-a-with-eben-weiss-a-k-a-the-bike-snob/ Q & A with Eben Weiss, a.k.a. the Bike Snob], Jonathan Maus, BikePortland.org, 30 March 2010, retrieved 19 April 2010</ref> [[Sheldon Brown (bicycle mechanic)|Sheldon Brown]] contributed,<ref>{{cite web
 
| url = http://www.wickedlocal.com/newton/news/x1651593364?zc_p=0#axzz2GHyEsrNd
 
| title = Newton cyclist, guru, long-time bike shop mechanic dies suddenly
 
| date = Feb 6, 2008
 
| author = Candy Kosow Gold
 
| publisher = [[Tab Communications|The Newton TAB]]
 
| accessdate = 2012-120-27}}</ref> and James C. McCullogh was the president in 1993.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=FBhPAAAAMAAJ&q=%22bicycling+magazine%22 ''Selected Works on Greenways and Recreational Trails''], Anne Lusk, 2006, p.6, no ISBN, [[Google Books]]</ref>
 
 
In the January 1982 issue of ''[[Popular Mechanics]]'', John Schubert of ''Bicycling'' submitted a [[letter to the editor]] titled "Be kind to bike riders".<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=xNgDAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA8 Letters to the Editor], ''[[Popular Mechanics]]'' Vol. 157 No. 1, January 1982, p. 6 at [[Google Books]]</ref>
 
   
 
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Date: Thursday, the 12th of May 2016 at 06:43:59 AM
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Thursday, the 16th of January 2014 at 04:26:49 PM #93312
RRRUWS (anonymous)

I work for Bicycling magazine at Rodale, Inc. and am trying to update our page.

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RRRUWS (anonymous)

When can I expect to be able to edit this page?

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Mark (anonymous)

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