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Future’s depth and reach of content makes us the world’s number one cycling publisher, and our portfolio continues to grow.

Online, our cycling websites now attract over 4.2 million global visitors every month. Cyclingnews.com is the world’s biggest news and results service for professional cycling, with bulletins from around the globe accessible online and on mobile.

BikeRadar is a comprehensive resource for all cyclists, featuring the latest product news and the largest reviews and information database in the world. Downloadable routes, training plans and highly active cycling communities underpin the site’s core functionality and our 24/7 editorial team deliver unique content from the most experienced team of cycling journalists in the world.

Award-winning magazine Cycling Plus had its fourteenth consecutive year of growth in 2013, recording a combined 2.3% increase in circulation. Procycling remains the world’s best road-racing magazine, enjoying unparalleled access to pro teams and riders. Mountain Biking UK is the UK’s biggest-selling mountain bike magazine, while What Mountain Bike remains the UK’s leading off-road buying title.

Future Sport also produces the official Tour de France and Giro d’Italia guides across a number of international territories, and publishes over 20 specialist guides to cycling and other sports in the UK and overseas. In 2012, the business launched a new quarterly magazine, Urban Cyclist, aimed at city cycling enthusiasts, and On Your Bike, a free magazine and website for beginner and leisure cyclists.

Triathlon Plus saw a 24% year-on-year circulation growth in 2012 and its digital edition is the biggest tablet-based triathlon magazine in the UK. TriRadar.com has seen traffic more than double over the same period. Combining unrivalled triathlon gear reviews and features from the magazine with community and interactive features, the website offers an extra level of engagement for Triathlon Plus readers as well as the wider international triathlon community.

For further information contact:
Richard Schofield, Head of Sport (Cyclingnews.com and road brands), richard.schofield@futurenet.com
Dave Clutterbuck, Head of Sport (BikeRadar and off-road brands), dave.clutterbuck@futurenet.com

Magazines/Digital Editions:

  • Procycling
  • Cycling Plus
  • Mountain Biking UK
  • What Mountain Bike
  • Urban Cyclist
  • On Your Bike
  • Triathlon Plus