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Over 130 years ago three pioneering young cyclists launched a new magazine that would change the face of the sport. Cycling - An Illustrated Weekly first went on sale on January 24, 1891 and was a breath of fresh air for the sport that, thanks to the invention of the Safety Bicycle, was experiencing levels of growth and transformation never seen before.
The magazine, led by Edmund ‘Sally’ Dangerfield focused on the burgeoning club scene across the country that was taking to time trialling and new found levels of freedom and social mobility.
To celebrate Cycling Weekly's continued presence at the heart of the UK cycling scene we launched our heritage kit. Designed in two colours the horizontal stripes are inspired by the classic kits of the 1950s and 60s while our heritage C logo is a simplified version of the original C of Cycling in the magazine's masthead.
You can own a piece of cycling history by ordering direct from the Cycling Weekly store.