CraftRad Magazine

May 15, 2018

Category: Entertainment

Now offering a sleekly designed print version of their online publication, Bike Exif has successfully released their first magazine in conjunction with Craftrad magazine. It’s the first international issue of the celebrated site – complete with 146 the luxurious pages of stunning imagery and well-written long-form insightful articles.

They’re the latest online publication to move into the realm of print – making this periodical a must-have for the home or office coffee table. Featured articles for Issue 1 include an in-depth piece on Auto Fabrica, a look a the life of Walt Siegl, and a review on Husqvarna’s Vitpilen 701 among many others. They’ve also included gear guide in the mix to help you get suited up for the season as well as a myriad of insight into current state of custom motorcycle builders. Available now for preorder.

Purchase: $16

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