In our V-Twin industry, reaching your 10th year anniversary is quite an achievement. Especially when you are a “grass roots” motorcycle magazine. Even more when you start as the local level (Tri-State around Pittsburg), and end up a decade later by being a national publication sold in all Barnes & Noble bookstores in the US & Canada. Maybe you never got a copy of Cycle Source, so just let me say that it’s a very different magazine from the other big names of the motorcycle publishing business. Probably complementary of the others you are already reading. Christopher Callen, its Chief Editor, describes his magazine as developing, on purpose, un-extreme topics. And it deserves an explanation. His magazine centers on the average biker, its lifestyle, and develops stories he can relate to in real life. The Cycle Source staff believes that by riding along side of the average everyday rider, putting the time in and racking the miles up, they are more in touch with them. In a couple of words Cycle Source has a “grass roots” approach. Learn more by going to Cycle Source Magazine. .