Mondial expands the idea of what road cycling is and what the sport can be. Featuring incisive longform writing and stunning photography, in Mondial you will find familiar cycling topics given a fresh new treatment, while a cycling viewpoint is brought to wider cultural subjects, thus broadening the sport’s reference points.
In issue three, The New York Times’ Matt Seaton examines why riding a bike can be fraught with danger for the political classes, while leading nature writer Richard Mabey shines a light on the consciousness of plants. Elsewhere, veteran critic Jon Savage explores how the advent of the ‘streaming generation’ has accelerated the decline of music’s insurgent tribes. We visit Monaco to reflect on the nature of sporting chance, and Kickstarter founder Charles Adler offers an insider’s view of the tech revolution that has changed the way we live and work.
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