boneshaker is a quarterly magazine and a sideways look at cycling for bicycle lovers of all stripes, full of the passion, poetry and politics of life on two wheels.



after eight years Boneshaker magazine publishes its 20th issue and its last. as always with Boneshaker, it’s the illustrations that stand out, and there’s some beauties in this final issue, including: matt chinworth’s volcanic mega city; sam schuna’s tattooed lady; chris perry’s itinerary of a seven day trip from norway to london; luis pinto’s colour-intense cycling stallion; and amanda willemse’s cartographic realisation of an essay on bike camping. elsewhere in the issue there is a personal essay on riding to the mediterranean sea with a father’s ashes; a grandmother’s exploration of britain during world war two; and a tour of cambodia on two wheels.

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