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Please read the following carefully as it contains information about changes to our print schedule.

Ultimate MotorCycling magazine is published 6 times per year; the Jan/Feb 2013 issue is digital only, however the remaining 5 issues will each be printed and published as a digital replica. As each issue is published, the digital version will be available FREE both on mobile devices and online from the Newsstand on this website.

Active subscribers will receive their full 6 printed issues as contracted; if you paid for 6 issues, you will receive 6 issues, even if they continue into the following year, until your subscription expires.

We apologize unreservedly to any of our loyal print subscribers who may be disappointed by the partial transition to digital publishing. However market forces cannot be ignored and the dynamic and interactive new digital publishing platform is clearly the exciting wave of the future. The staff at Ultimate MotorCycling will naturally continue to strive to bring you the very best content and hopefully you will enjoy reading it on whichever platform suits you best.

Other Publications from Ultimate MotorCycling:

Ultimate MotorCycling’s Buyer’s Guide is FREE to readers. It is updated every month with the latest in machines, apparel, accessories and lifestyle products. The Ultimate MotorCycling Buyer’s Guide is ONLY available as a digital edition and can be accessed for iOS devices on on Apple Newsstand, or Android devices from Google Play; or from the Virtual Newsstand on this website.


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Print Magazine Back Issue Synopses:

2009 Feb/March Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2009 April/May Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2009 June/July Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2009 Aug/Sept Ultimate MotoCycling Issue

2009 Oct/Nov Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2010 Dec/Jan Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2010 March Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2010 April/May Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2010 June/July Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2010 August Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2010 October Ultimate MotorCycling Issue

2011 Winter Ultimate MotorCycling Issue 

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