IT's a zine thing

The Zine Library is a place to download and print out free zines at home or to upload your own creation to share with other people.

It’s like ordering one of our books, except it’s free and you don’t have to wait for it to arrive.

Zines are a bit of fun and a way of documenting local riding scenes, event reports, riding trips or literally anything you like.

Everyone is welcome to send us a zine to be featured on this page. In doing so, you might even be invited into the Misspent Summers Zine Club.

Misspent summers zine competition

What is a zine?

Tea and Biscuits film zine book

WHAT IS A ZINE?   
‘Zine’ is short for ‘fanzine’. Usually: homemade, unofficial, commercial, printed or handmade things made by fans of… well, whatever. We are fans of bikes, guess you are too. Maybe you are a superfan of a pro rider or a fan of a certain bike or publication (ahem)? Or if you’ve just got a great story to tell, that works too. We’ll keep booklet, pamphlet and zine under the same heading.

Check out this massive archive of zines for endless ideas and inspiration.

HOW ARE THEY MADE?
A zine can be made any way you like.

It could be as simple as one sheet of A4 paper folded down the middle to make a four-page booklet (front cover, two inside pages, rear cover — see, a zine!). Grungy simplicity can be golden.

There isn’t a minimum or a maximum number of pages or a fixed way in which it should be folded or held together.

A ZINE COULD BE:

  • Made by hand and scanned
  • Made on a computer (using any software you like)
  • Made on a smartphone (free apps like Sketchbook are great)
  • Full of images and words and drawings and literally anything you want to include

THINGS TO CONSIDER:

  • People probably don’t want to use up a lot of printer ink, so limit the number of big images
  • Think about how it might look in black and white as well as colour
  • There are many genius ways to fold a piece of paper, but we still want to be able to read your story and see the images
  • Talking of images, no one said there had to be any — all words could be a different approach that not many people take
  • Make it concise. Zines aren’t meant to be lengthy works, they are small, fun, and perfectly simple
  • If you are making a booklet (as opposed to a single sheet zine), use both sides of the sheet of paper and provide instructions on how to print both sides at home
  • If it doesn’t have at least one fold or a binding, it’s just a piece of paper.

WE’VE INCLUDED LOTS OF INFORMATION, IDEAS, TIPS AND FAQS IN THE ‘HELP — IDEAS, TIPS AND FAQS’ SECTION

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HELP — IDEAS, TIPS AND FAQS

There is no right or wrong way to make a zine. It just needs to be possible to print and construct at home for anyone downloading it from this page.

The video above shows the beautiful simplicity of creating a zine. No previous skills required. No special software. No computer even. This might be a good place to start.

EASY ZINE IDEAS

  • Single sheet of A4 paper folded once to make a four-page A5-size flyer/zine
  • Single sheet of A4 folded three times to make an eight-page mini-zine
  • Several sheets of A4 stapled/bound together to make an A4 landscape- or portrait-oriented booklet
  • Several single sheets of A4 paper each folded once and make into an A5 booklet

SOME USEFUL LINKS
In-depth how to make a zine
How to make a mini zine electronically
Free basic design software for computer
Sketchbook for mobile
Free scanner apps for mobile

TEMPLATES
Templates for Word
No staples zine template (download)

Bind and fold zine template (download)

FREE ADVICE
If you are going to make a booklet-style zine (i.e. more than one sheet of A4), before you do anything, think about how it will be possible to print when you’ve finished designing it. For example, if it’s going to be A5 size, which is a sheet of A4 printer paper folded once down the middle, it’s best to think of each ‘page’ — each half of one side — as separate from the one facing it once printed and folded. Otherwise, it can be super complicated to figure out the print order — but if you manage it, hats off to you.

THIS IS HOW SIMPLE IT IS
Anyway, it doesn’t have to be fancy — rough around the edges won’t affect your chances of winning our hearts (we like handmade as much as we enjoy perfectly designed).

It just has to be A4 size and able to be printed from a computer.

You don’t need any expensive design software or experience to make a zine. You can even make it on your phone using a free app like Sketchbook.

If you don’t have a computer, handmake it on a piece of paper and scan it. If you don’t have a scanner, you can get an app for your phone that scans and saves the document. If you don’t have a smartphone — what century are you from?! (We love you.)

BASICS: HOW TO PRINT ON BOTH SIDES OF A SHEET OF A4
Before we get carried away, it’s probably important to note: Double-side printing doesn’t require a clever, high-tech, new-age printer. It’s much simpler than that. If you haven’t already figured this out, prepare for your mind to be blown.

Just design two separate pages. Print one. Flip the sheet over. Feed it back into the printer. Print the other page on the reverse (don’t spin the sheet of paper around though, otherwise the reverse will be upside down — make sure you note this in any instructions for other people printing your design).

EASY WAYS TO DESIGN A ZINE

DESIGN A ZINE BY HAND

  • Create your zine design by hand directly onto a sheet(s) of paper (A4 or same proportions — you could make it on a bigger sheet if that’s easier, but think about how it’ll look once scaled down to A4 size)
  • Use pen, pencil, paint, photos, magazine cuttings, newspaper, whatever you like in the design
  • Either use a scanner or download a scanner app for your phone
  • Take a scan of each sheet of your zine design, save to your computer/phone, and email these to us along with the zine instructions and description (see ‘Entry Requirements’)

DESIGN A ZINE USING A SMARTPHONE

  • Download an app like Sketchbook or Adobe Sketch
  • Create a new file with A4 sheet dimensions (297 x 210mm / 3508 x 2480 pixels)
  • Import images that are on your phone
  • Add text, drawings, texture and more
  • Save the file
  • If you want to design and print on both sides of the paper the above for the reverse side
  • Repeat for each sheet needed
  • Option: you can also create multiple files, save them to your phone, then import them into one final file — this might make it easier to focus on the design for each page of the zine
  • Note: if you are making a booklet (multiple sheets of paper folded together), you need to plan where each page needs to sit in your design so that it is next to the correct page once printed and folded
  • Tip: Add page numbers in the corner of your design so that it’s easier for people to put together in the right order when they print it at home

HOW TO MAKE A ZINE ON A COMPUTER
Without professional software

  • Decide what type of zine you’d like to make and make a rough plan for its content
  • Create a new document with A4 proportions in pretty much any application — InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop are what the pros would use, but even a basic word processor is enough to create a cool design (our awarding will not be based on complexity, we are looking for great story, effort and clear passion for the sport)
  • Work out where each page of your zine needs to be positioned in the design so that it is in the right order when it is printed
  • Add photos, shapes, icons, scan and import handmade elements, add text, download textures from the internet (just Google ‘free background textures’), etc.
  • (Note: If you are using a word processor, sometimes it can be tricky to position images — you need to find the ‘text wrap’ options, select ‘in front of text’, ‘square’, etc. Trial and error will get you there, although it’s probably easier to download a free basic design application)
  • There are plenty of free basic design applications you can download, or you might even have on your computer already (Paint, for example). Just make sure you set the document up for an A4 sheet dimensions before starting
  • Here are some free basic design software ideas
  • If you see something you like in a magazine or online, you can probably achieve similar. Google is your friend — decide what application you are going to use, then if you can’t manage something (adding one image on top of another, for example), just ask Google and specify the application you are using (e.g. ‘how to reduce image transparency in Paint’)
  • Save the file(s) as a PDF or JPGs
  • Make sure the file size isn’t huge (we accept up to 20Mb). If it is, that’s because of all those images you added in. But don’t fear, you can normally select the size to save or export the document or resize it afterwards — 3508 x 2480 pixels height/width is just right for A4 print. If you can’t figure that out, Google ‘reduce file size in [your design software name]’

TIP: HOW TO WRITE YOUR ZINE INSTRUCTIONS
Your zine should be simple for people to print and put together in their homes without needing to buy any specific materials.

If it has multiple folds or any unique features, you need to ensure the instructions you provide are clear, brief and easy to follow. If you aren’t sure, send it as a test to a friend or family member and see if they manage to construct your zine in their home.

Short, simple sentences or bullet points should walk through the step-by-step process of printing the zine and putting it together.

Bonus advice: Add page numbers to your design so it’s more obvious what order it should go in when people are putting it together at home.

PS: Never assume. Make the instructions as if you were writing them for a dummy.

DOWNLOAD SIMPLE BIND AND FOLD ZINE MAKING GUIDE HERE

FAQS 

Q: I have no design experience, does that matter?
A: No! The whole point of zines is that anyone can make one

Q: I am a professional designer, does that mean I’m not allowed to submit a zine?
A: No! Get involved.

Q: I don’t have a printer; can I still make one?
A: Yes, of course you can. Everyone’s welcome. It just means you won’t be able to give your design a test run at home. Try sending it to a friend or relative who has a printer to see if it works before sending us the final version

Q: Can I handmake it then just take a photo?
A: The main point of the zine library is that people can print your zine out at home. But yes, you could do that. You’d just need to flatten it out (don’t photo it already folded), lay it on a flat surface, photograph it from above looking down, crop the image so your feet and the dog’s bowl aren’t in the shot, then send us that with your description and instructions. Using a scanner app for your phone will probably be easier — it’ll automatically identify the sheet of paper and will save only that, plus the dimensions will be spot on

Q: Does it have to be A4?
A: It must be possible to print on standard A4 printer paper — that’s the paper that most people have in their home printer. But you could design it on a bigger (or smaller) sheet, it just needs to have the same proportions as A4 and still look good when scaled down/up in size

Q: What size is a sheet of A4?
A: 210mm x 297mm width/height. That’s 8.2677in x 11.6929in w/h. To print at a decent resolution, that’s 2480 x 3508 pixels w/h (select this when sizing your document to send to us). If you are printing landscape orientation, swap those numbers around (3508px width, 2480px height)

Q: Where can I buy the best books about mountain biking?
A: Glad you asked. They are in our Store

Q: Is that really all the FAQs?
A: We’ll keep adding to this page as we receive questions

How to submit a zine

Send in your zine file to zinecompetition@gmail.com along with instructions and a mandatory overview form — download one here.

The file size must be maximum 20Mb, preferably in PDF, JPG or PNG format, and you must include instructions in a separate document (unless your zine is self-explanatory) on how to fold or construct your zine once printed out (these instructions will be included in the file when people download your zine from our site).

You are welcome to send a link to a Dropbox file, Google Drive link, etc. instead of sending the zine, instructions and overview as attachments.

If you have any queries or problems making your zine, feel free to get in touch and we’ll try to help.

LET'S RECAP ON WHAT YOU NEED TO SEND US:

  • Your zine design file(s) as PDF, JPG or PNG files
  • Zine overview form (download here)
  • Instructions on how to print and put together your zine
  • Send to zinecompetition@gmail.com

RIGHTS
All zine submissions will be uploaded to misspentsummers.com and selected entries featured on our social media and other channels.

  • Anyone and everyone will be able to download and print your zine from home
  • There will be no remuneration for your zine, this is a free for all project
  • Please ensure you have permission to use images in your zine

Competition winners

A huge thank you to everyone who submitted a zine to our Zine Design Competition.

We had great fun printing and putting together every zine and found it incredibly difficult to choose the winners.

Eventually we settled on our top-three, but we have also selected five runners-up. Check out the runners-up and their prizes in this Scraps post.

Without further ado, we present our top-three winners and their prizes:

First place: AT THE CURVE OF THE TRAIL – SASCHA J. BORN

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At the Curve of the Trail ticks all the boxes. It uses only two sheets of paper and minimal ink, plus it’s really easy to print and put together. Yet it still manages to contain all sorts of fun stuff, information and games. You can even colour in a trail and then ride it yourself, all within the zine.

Prizes:
– A super-limited-edition Tea & Biscuits x BTR Trail Tool.

A copy of Served, the T&B zine.
– A T&Beanie hat.
– A BTR x T&B t-shirt
– The full Hurly Burly Collection
– The full World Stage Collection

Second place: BORDER COUNTRY – LEW PRICE

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Border Country gives us a window onto a scene we probably wouldn’t have otherwise heard of. It flows nicely, combining a strong story with a grassroots zine feel. It also reminds us of Shredder Zine — which can only be a good thing.

Prizes:
– A super-limited-edition Tea & Biscuits x BTR Trail Tool.

– A copy of Served, the T&B zine.
– A BTR x T&B t-shirt
– A copy of Hurly Burly 2019
– A copy of The World Stage 2019

Third place: INTO THE WOODS – DADCAMTV

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Into the Woods is a thing of beauty; it is very nicely put together and perfectly simple with great design and images. Print one out and cherish it.

Our judging was based on several factors: no excessive ink usage; ease of print and construction; creativity; storytelling; resourcefulness.

Remember, if you didn’t win, it’s not over yet. We will be announcing the runners up this week (week starting 27/04/2020). These extra prizes are rather special. Stay tuned.

ZINES

THANK YOU
James Mcknight

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This is a little zine about how Misspent Summers functions thanks to the support of people like you.

It’s a relatively simple single fold design that James made entirely on his iPhone with a free app called Sketchbook. He just looked up the dimensions of a sheet of A4 paper and created a drawing to those proportions. Then added text and a bit of texture and imported images and logos. The hardest bit was figuring out where each page design would need to be situated so that it was in the right order when printed.

He saved four different files as JPG images — one for each side of the two total sheets of paper.

The instructions and story included in the download folder should help explain a bit more.

Requires: Two pieces of A4 paper and a paperclip (optional)

BACK COUNTRY BADMINTON
Victor Lucas

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A short and not-entirely fabricated story of a first foray into bike packing by Victor Lucas.

This is another simple way of making a zine, although it does kind of break our self-imposed rules as it doesn’t have a fold in the paper. Victor has added images, words and true facts to each side of A4. Then saved it as two PDF files for odd-numbered pages and even-numbered pages. You just have to print one first, manually flip over sheets and feed them back into the printer then print the other pages on the reverse. Staple the bundle together and you’ve got a pack full of good times and badminton in the Pyrenees.

Instructions included in the download folder.

Requires: Seven pieces of A4 paper and a stapler

MR DANGEROUS WHEN DRUNK
Ben Winder

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This is a classic 8-page zine by Ben Winder (words by John Knight).

Ben added his story of moped gang life onto a single side of A4 paper in the standard 8-page folding layout. To do this at home, download a template and design it on a computer or phone. If handmade is more your thing (we will be giving out random handmade hero prizes), fold a sheet of A4 (or a sheet with the same proportions — could be bigger) into 8 sections, create your design and then scan it with a real scanner or a scanner app for your phone.

Print and fold instructions included in the download folder. 

Requires: One piece of A4 paper and scissors

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ANALOG
Jon Gregory

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Jon is the ace designer behind Deathgrip Book and the illustrations in Served, the Tea & Biscuits film zine. This creation is typical of Gregory’s work — hand crafted, fun, funny, wild at times. Highly recommend downloading a copy.

Analog zine uses one single sheet of standard A4 printer paper printed on both sides, folded and cut into sections then arranged and bundled into a banging little 16-page read.

Page 2 also has a competition — download, fill it in, share the photo on social media and you might win something.

Requires: One piece of A4 paper and a bit of tape.

LES GETZINE ROUND 5
Chris Jones

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Chris is the designer of Hurly Burly, The World Stage, Eskapee. This is a 32 page zine documenting Misspent Summers’ little weekend away at the DH World Cup Round 5 in Les Gets back in July 2019. 

This zine is a little more than an A4 piece of paper, Chris has used 16 of them to create this pro level zine.

Requires: 8 pieces of A4 paper, a stapler and an eraser.

2020 WC SEASON TRUMPS GAME
Sam Copp

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This zine is inspired due to the recent events with the whole COVID 19 dilemma, with riidng and racing pretty much on hold globally I felt a form of racing was something we all needed.

Instructions are on the front cover of the zine.

The booklet part of the zine will need to be printed double sided. Playing cards are printed on three separate A4 pieces of paper. 

Requires: Four pieces of A4 paper, scissors and tape.

THE MILLION-AND-FOUR-YEAR-OLD
Mokup

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A true story from when I was four and went on a trip around the island of Skye with my parents portrayed in Zine format. The heavens opened halfway through the route and we had to turn back, however the land rover track we had been on quickly became thigh deep in water. My mother pulled alongside me on my tag-a-long to offer some comfort and unexpectedly I was beaming from ear to ear and proudly announced “This is the most fun I’ve had in a million years!!”.

That’s the story of where my love of adversity started and now I race extreme endurance races in my home country of Scotland.

Requires: One piece of A4 paper and scissors/scalpel. 

WELL SPENT SUMMER
Nicholas Smith 

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This is my mini zine all about my journey with bikes. I love bikes and bikes love me. Enjoy

Requires: Two pieces of A4 paper. 

DOWNHILL DOWNUNDER
Archie O’Mahoney

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This is my recap of the 2019-2020 vdhs season and what’s it like racing in Australia. It was one of the wildest seasons we have had for awhile with the weather.

Photos taken by:
@ameliahowler
@markus_kessler_photography
@nevjem

Requires: Three pieces of A4 paper and some staples.

2019 WC TRACKS
Mokup

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An overview of the 2019 world cup tracks, complete with winners of each event. Have a flick through over a coffee, or maybe some tea and biscuits.

Requires: One piece of A4 paper and scissors.

BEN WINDER APPRECIATION AND ACTIVITY BOOK
Johnjo Oldale 

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Young Johnjo has just submitted this zine, when asked about how to print/fold it he said ‘just print it and staple it’. Great first try Johnjo.

Requires: Seven pieces of A4 paper and some staples.

POND LIFE 
Harry Griffiths

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A brief summary of what it’s like to live in Whistler for a summer, riding bikes and having fun as much as possible. Aimed more at being printed in B&W but colour will also work.

Requires: Three pieces of A4 paper, two staples and an eraser.

BORDER COUNTRY
Lew Price

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A little insight into a relatively insignificant riding community in the welsh borders, condensed into something that you can obtain on the internet.

Requires: 2 pieces of paper to make and some staples if you fancy adding some scrap metal value.

MTB: MUSIC THEN BIKES
Aurum MTB

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MTB: MUSIC THEN BIKES is a personal exploration of beats, bitmaps and bikes.

It’s a deep dive into a visual landscape of 3 different MTB disciplines, each inspired by (and created to) 3 music tracks.

Each music track has been listed on the page, but is also available as a Spotify Code which can be scanned via the Spotify mobile app in order for you to become fully immersed in the zine and its content.

ENJOY!

Requires: 5 pieces of paper and a few staples.

LOOKING BACK TO LOOK FORWARDS
Matt

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I dug out an old hard drive to see what was saved on it. I’ve put a few of the photos together here.

INSTRUCTIONS: Print it double sided A4 (ideally colour) onto two sheets of paper. Cut along the dotted lines to make four A5 pieces. Fold down the middle of each and assemble (hopefully the order should make sense, there’s a few pages that overlap plus a few numbers to help guide you). Staple in place. 

Requires: 2 pieces of A4 paper and a few staples.

AT THE CURVE OF THE TRAIL
Sascha J. Born

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I made this fanzine to express my passion for mountain biking through my creativity.

If you decided not to go biking or you’re currently under a lockdown or you’re still biking on a low level – I made this zine for you.

This fanzine contains cooking recipes, kudo cards, bike park recommendations, artworks, a coloring page and a pop-up playbook – have fun – share – enjoy!

Requires: 2 pieces of A4 paper, scissors and something to bind it.

EVOLUTION OF THE V10 COLOURING SHEET
Mokup 

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Have some extra time on your hands?

Why not learn about the various iterations of the Santa Cruz V10 throughout the years and have some creative fun at the same time?

Two zine’s included, one is a blank colouring sheet to colour in your own designs, as well as a linework display version of the zine.

Crack out the coloured pens and get designing!

Requires: 1 piece of A4 paper.

THE MOMOS IN TASMANIA
Momo C

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A short Zine about two Morganes travelling to Tasmania to race their bike and discover an amazing place.

Requires: 1 piece of A4 paper, scissors and some staples.

INTO THE WOODS
Dadcamtv 

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A view of embracing ‘isolation’ as a time of solitude and how in these times when people have rediscovered their local hills they can return to building the tracks they ride instead of driving long distances to ride elsewhere every weekend.

Requires: 3 pieces of A4 paper, scissors, a needle and thread.

POST TRUTH BIKING
Graham 

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Something I wrote a while ago when I was frustrated @ the world and couldn’t ride my bike. I’m frustrated @ the world and can’t ride my bike again so seemed a good time to do something with it. 

Requires: 1 piece of A4 paper and some scissors.

ZZZZZZZZINE BELGIQUE
Loic Delteil

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Il y a seulement besoin d’un A4, à plié comme ça
 

Requires: Il faut une feuille A4 et une paire de ciseaux. Voilà!

LOAM RANGER
@atomcreates

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A bit of fun during lockdown here in Ireland, attempting to win a trail tool for my son, or failing that, one of your lovely pink sweaters! It is very homemade but also very much made with love for all things MTB.

Requires: 5 or 3 pieces of A4 paper depending on the desired size, cable ties/string and scissors for the activities. 

PL40
Norway Raggers 

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11 men had the holiday of a lifetime riding bikes in Hafjell 10 years ago, this is what we remember. What we will never forget was that it was all thanks to Piers Linney and the entering of his 5th decade. A little more about the trip here.
 

Requires: Two sheets of A4 paper.

THE MOMO’S IN MADEIRA
Morgane Jonnier

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After the 1st episode of “Momo’s in Tasmania” by Morgane Charre, you can discover the “Momo’s in Madeira” made by the second Morgane. We have great experiences with our bikes. They allow us to discover new places with very big smiles !!!
 

Requires: One sheet of A4 paper, cutting knife/scissors. 

FORECLOSURE OF A DREAM
Pete Scullion 

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The World’s leading producer of useless bike inventions, Dr. Hiram Useless, finds himself looking for an alternative career after his business is foreclosed by the bank.

 

Requires: Two sheets of A4 paper and two staples. 

DON’T HURRY BE HAPPY
TimFromWales 

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Its a zine about the finer and simpler thing in MTB. Slow down, enjoy the ride, eat well, drink tea and eat biscuits and most of all, Don’t Hurry, Be Happy.

 

Requires: One sheet of A4 paper and some scissors.

BIKE SMASH
Jules Hamilton 

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At just five years old, Jules has put together his own zine ‘Bike Smash’.

 

Requires: One sheet of A4 paper and some scissors.

FUNDING BTR FABRICATIONS
Burf

ABOUT AND DOWNLOAD ZINE

You might of heard the story of how Tam and I met at uni and dreamt of starting a bike company. But this is the story of how I scraped my half of the cash together.

 

Requires: One sheet of A4 paper and some scissors.

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