Looking at the Procycling blog page you'd be forgiven for thinking that the earth has stood still.
Not only have we neglected the blog but a glitch in the BikeRadar content admin system means that we can't post the cover and details of the Post-Tour issue, which went on sale in the UK almost a fortnight ago and should now be on sale in North America. Perhaps any readers over there who've been into their local Barnes & Noble or Borders and seen it, could let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is pretty frustrating as I reckon the Post-Tour edition of the mag is a particularly cracking one.
As far as our blog updates go, all I can say is that we've been working flat-out since the Tour. Just three weeks on from the completion of that Post-Tour issue, we put our September edition to bed, and it's one I'm especially proud of. More details on the content to come, but I can say that it marks a change in our strategy in as much as, like so many of our readers, we've got fed up on focusing on star names who ended up letting the sport and its fans down. So you'll now find the straight interviews that used to dominate our coverage being replaced by features that look at other aspects of the sport and remind us why we all fell in love with it in the first place.
Don't miss that September issue on sale in the UK on September 6 and in North American stores just a few days later