bonniercorp.com – The Bonnier Motorcycle Group will launch Cycle World Cover to Cover, the complete online digital archive of Cycle World magazine, it was announced today by Garrett Kai, the magazine’s Associate Publisher – Marketing. For the first time, every one of the 650+ issues published over its storied 53-year history can be instantly browsed, searched and viewed in this exclusive offering.
Optimized for both tablet and desktop use, subscriptions are available by the month for $7.99 or annually for $39.95, and not only include access to the entire Cycle World online archive, but also every new issue before it hits newsstands.
“We are thrilled to be launching the entire Cycle World archive online in this user friendly format,” said Bonnier Motorcycle Group Vice President and Group Publisher, Andy Leisner. “Over the last six-decades Cycle World was there, documenting the extraordinary evolution of modern motorcycling in its 70,000+ pages. Now we have the most comprehensive reference destination for anyone that loves riding and motorcycles. It’s so exciting to have the whole collection available, including 60,000+ articles, over 4,200 bike tests, the incredible photography and all the classic motorcycle ads.”
Cycle World partnered with Bondi Digital Publishing, the pioneer and market leader of online magazine archives. “Bondi is the perfect partner to launch our digital archives,” said Kai. “Using their new image search feature instantly pulls up any of the over 82,000 images we’ve published, and then provides links directly to the related articles. Their platform does so much more than just present the issues, it’s stacked with powerful features to guide the user through our archive.”
From its inaugural issue in the summer of 1962 to the current issue featuring the new Indian Scout, Cycle World has led the way in motorcycle journalism with in-depth testing of all the latest motorcycles, extensive gear reviews, incredible feature and travel stories, and extensive coverage and analysis of motorcycle racing around the globe.