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Motorcyclist (magazine)


Motorcyclist (magazine)

Editor Marc Cook
Categories Automobile magazine
Frequency Monthly
Total circulation
(December 2011)
Company Bonnier
Country USA
Based in Los Angeles
Language English
Website .com.motorcyclistonlinewww
ISSN 0027-2205

Motorcyclist is a motorcycling magazine in the United States. The magazine is headquartered in Irvine, California and is published by Bonnier. The former editor in chief, Brian Catterson, had been the executive editor at the rival Cycle World.[2] The current editor is Marc Cook, a veteran of several motorcycle publications, including Motorcyclist.

Motorcyclist was sold by the hall of famer Bill Bagnall (also its editor for 20 years) to Petersen Publishing in 1970.[3][4] It is now owned by Bonnier, who acquired it from Source Interlink Media in 2013.[5]

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  5. ^ Bonnier, Source Interlink Exchange Titles

External links

  • Official Motorcyclist Magazine website

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