Cyclette

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(New page: Issue #1 '''Cyclette''' is a bike perzine by Kim Riot who currently resides in San Diego, CA. Kim Riot started publishing '''Cyclette''...)
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'''Cyclette''' is a [[bike]] [[perzine]] by [[Kim Riot]] who currently resides in [[San Diego]], CA.
'''Cyclette''' is a [[bike]] [[perzine]] by [[Kim Riot]] who currently resides in [[San Diego]], CA.
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Kim Riot started publishing '''Cyclette''' in about 2002-2003, as a one-off [[zine]], but Issue #2 was produced a year later.  Done in a [[cut-n-paste]] style, this [[zine]] is about women [[two-wheel]] riders, including [[motorcycles]] and [[bicycles]].  It covers bike gangs, [[bike activism]], safety, and stories of liberated riding.
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Kim Riot started publishing '''Cyclette''' in about 2002-2003, as a one-off [[zine]], but Issue #2 was produced a year later.  Done in a [[cut-n-paste]] style, this [[zine]] is about women two-wheel riders, including [[motorcycles]] and [[bicycles]].  It covers bike gangs, [[bike activism]], safety, and stories of liberated riding.
[[Category:Zine|Cyclette]] [[Category:Perzine]] [[Category:Bikes]]
[[Category:Zine|Cyclette]] [[Category:Perzine]] [[Category:Bikes]]

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Issue #1
Issue #1

Cyclette is a bike perzine by Kim Riot who currently resides in San Diego, CA.

Kim Riot started publishing Cyclette in about 2002-2003, as a one-off zine, but Issue #2 was produced a year later. Done in a cut-n-paste style, this zine is about women two-wheel riders, including motorcycles and bicycles. It covers bike gangs, bike activism, safety, and stories of liberated riding.

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