Current Issue Printed Magazine
The January/February issue of Adventure Bike Rider magazine is SOLD OUT. Due to popular demand, we have now sold out of the current issue of ABR magazine. You can still get your fix of adventure and read the latest issue on the Adventure Bike Rider Digital Library.
Annual access is £32.99 and if you sign up today you’ll get a FREE ABR Rock Paper Bike Mug worth £13.99. The Digital Library contains every single issue of ABR ever made, including rare and sold out copies, and you’ll also get new issues as they’re published. Click here to check out the ABR Digital Library.
Inside the Jan/Feb 2021 issue of ABR magazine:
- Discover the world’s best bike tours
- 12 must-ride UK routes
- The Insider’s Guide to Riding the Pan-America Highway
- An interview with best-selling author Lois Pryce
- Ride the Trans Euro Trail across England
- Australia: Travel the world’s longest short cut
- Harley-Davidson Livewire: What’s Ewan and Charley’s bike really like to ride?
- Vintage Honda Africa Twin: How does it compare to today’s adventure bikes?
- Masterclasses: Improve your riding and touring skills
- BMW K 1600 B: We give the luxury tourer the ABR verdict
- Green lanes: Get detailed routes with maps and directions
- Long-termer reviews: What’s it like to live with the world’s best adventure bikes
- Hot stuff: The latest and greatest motorcycle kit
- Tank bags: 11 tried, tested, and reviewed
- And much more…
Save money with an annual subscription. A single issue of ABR is £6.97, but you can get a whole year’s worth, delivered to your door, for just £29.99. That’s a whopping saving of £11 across the year. Get your subscription today and start saving money by clicking here.
UK – Free
EU – £4.90
Rest of the World – £7.50
Out of stock
If this is the first time you’ve come across Adventure Bike Rider (ABR) magazine, then…welcome.
ABR has been published for near on 10 years and is regarded as the most inspirational, respected and popular motorcycle magazine in the UK (and world) for riders of adventure, trail and touring bikes. Just check out our passionate followers and community on the Adventure Bike Rider Facebook page for confirmation of that.
Having said that, ABR has always been more than just a one-dimensional magazine aimed at dedicated RTW explorers or riders of certain motorcycles. Indeed, our founding principles and one that we’ve stuck to through the years is that ‘it doesn’t matter what brand of motorcycle you ride or where you travel’. ‘If you have any aspirations to ride more and discover new places and have new experiences, then we’re on the same wavelength’.
You’ll find the pages of ABR packed with inspirational motorcycle and travel stories and stunning images from all around the world, and being a UK based publication, we also cover locations closer to home and all across Europe.
The magazine also features extensive, practical and respected gear and motorcycle reviews to enable you to make informed and educated choices when spending your cash. You’ll also find information and confidence building ‘how to’ features covering all aspects of motorcycle travel from riding across deserts to getting the best value when booking hotels in the USA and Europe.
In short, if you ride a motorcycle and have any travel aspirations, near or far, then Adventure Bike Rider magazine is for you.
You can buy a single issue of ABR by clicking the ‘Add to Basket’ button above and we’ll post it to you within 24 hours. Alternatively there’s money to be saved by taking out a yearly subscription. You can find subscription details here.
Whilst we have thousands of readers in all corners of the world we’re fully aware of the price penalty of postage charges and the potential of long delivery times. With that in mind overseas readers will find our on-line Digital Library will save both money and time by providing immediate access to every issue of ABR we’ve ever published – that’s all back issues and new issues as they become available. Details of the Digital Library can be found here.
Many thanks for visiting ABR and safe riding.
Founder and publisher of Adventure Bike Rider Magazine
PS: We’re not a faceless company that hides behind technology and we will not make you jump through hoops before speaking to us. If you have any queries, call the ABR office on 00 44 (0)1789 450000 (9am – 5.30pm UK time) to speak to a friendly and helpful member of staff or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I (or one of the staff) will get back to you ASAP.