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Roadrunner (magazine)


RoadRUNNER
Publishing
Industry Motorcycle touring
Founded 2001 by ECC
Headquarters Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Key people
Christa Neuhauser, Publisher
Slogan Read. Discover. Ride.
Website RoadRUNNER

RoadRUNNER is a bimonthly publication covering motorcycle touring. It is based out of Winston-Salem, NC, and first appeared in the bookstores in 2001. It is also available via subscription in the U.S. and Canada. Contents include coverage of tours, product reviews, and maps for the featured tour. In addition to sports, touring, cruising and dual-sport bikes, the magazine also covers vintage bikes, and motor scooters, which are a newly emerging sector on the transportation market. RoadRUNNER was started by

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