Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road is an online cycling magazine. It is intended for writers and riders who want to share their on the road cycling stories and pictures. Submissions that follow our guideline are gratefully appreciated. See the appropriate page in the site menu. Will publish the best of the best each month. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @PicosCycling.


Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road January 2015 Vol. 3 No. 1

In spite of extreme technological difficulties we published this issue on time. We had to correct a few formatting issues but we were able to deliver our usual mix of stories and articles.

Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road February 2015 Vol. 3 No. 2

This issue was a milestone for us. The first three articles all made it onto our all time most read list. From Iohan Gueorguiev to my old adventure to choosing a touring tent. The other articles are also topnotch.

Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road March 2015 Vol. 3 No. 3

From aggressive canines to available cooking options for self-contained long distance tourers, this issue continues a strong year for us. Good articles and interesting experiences.


Pico's Cycling -Tales of the Road April 2015 Vol. 3 No.4

Springing into cycling, we go from dealing with dogs in our last issue to cycling in bear country.  The story of my longest tour continues and to finish we have a little fun with one of my most embarrassing cycling stories.

Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road May 2015 Vol. 3 No. 5

Iohan Gueorguiev conquers the North American continental divide in winter. That's just the beginning of what's in this issue. Along with a few more touring adventures we take a look at pedal powered submarines. How cool is that?

Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road June 2015 Vol. 3 No. 6

Sophie Stirl cycles across a large portion of Canada on half a bicycle. Jack Hawkins follows this unicyclist's adventures. And that story is just the beginning of what this issue has to offer.

Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road July 2015 Vol. 3 No. 7

This is temporarily our last issue. This is not the end. Pico has a lot on his plate. There are stories and articles in the pipes yet. We just have to find time and people to interview to get this back in gear. Meanwhile enjoy this months offerings.