Switchback added to list of USA Cycling Member Benefit Providers


Did you know that as a USA Cycling member you have access to FREE digital subscriptions to both peloton and switchback magazines? In addition, USA Cycling members can also save 25% off the price of annual print or gift subscriptions to either of these Move Press titles!

switchback magazine covers one of the broadest and most enthusiastic segments of the mountain bike world — cross-country and trail riding.

Created with the same passion and honesty as the rest of the Move Press line of titles, switchback brings mountain biking to life with stunning imagery, real expertise, and an insider perspective that illuminates and celebrates the world of mountain biking.

Balancing content between history and current events, racing and recreation, technical articles and interviews, peloton magazine offers a view into cycling that includes the stars as well as people behind the scenes.

Take Advantage of Your Member Benefits

As a USA Cycling member, you have access to exclusive discounts from more than 35 companies offering services and gear that include travel, health insurance, cycling publications, training tools and more. Whether you're a race director, club organizer or just a cyclist looking to save money, you can find benefits available year-round to help make your cycling experience fun and affordable.

To learn more, sign in to your My USA Cycling account and click on the Membership Benefits tab. A portion of each sale helps support USA Cycling’s programs.

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