Which cycling magazine subscription is right for you?

For a good, all-round cycling magazine you can't go wrong with Cycling Plus. Its main focus is on road cycling - including racing, sportives and cyclocross - but it also covers mountain biking, bicycle touring and gravel riding. It has a large review section and features plenty of advice and tips.

Cycling Weekly is targeted at club cyclists and has even more of a focus on road cycling, with coverage of clubs around the country. It's the only weekly cycling magazine in the UK, but like Cycling Plus it still has plenty of gear reviews and also covers cycling events.

Road cyclists looking for higher production values will love Cyclist Magazine, with its stunning photography and in-depth features on pro cyclists, manufacturers, technology and events. There's little focus on reviews and more on highlighing fantastic routes overseas, so it's ideal if you're looking to find the best roads to ride in the Alps or Balearics. With a similarly high design aesthetic, Rouleur Magazine is more of a cycling journal, with amazing photography and quality writing. Again, it concentrates on road cycling and the professional sport.

Moving on to the mountain biking magazines, both Mountain Biking UK (MBUK) and Mountain Bike Rider (MBR) are perfect if you love to hit the trails. You'll find plenty of UK trail guides, coverage of bikepacking, good equipment reviews and long term bike tests. Ideal for discovering fun new routes to ride.

If you love watching professional cycling and want a magazine that focuses entirely on the sport, Procycling Magazine is the one for you. This is for the life-long fans who want to keep up to date with the latest events and read interviews with the pro riders and teams. Plus, you'll love the regular pieces on key moments in cycle racing history.

Finally, if you're a triathlete or just enjoy practicing a mixture of swimming, cycling and running, 220 Triathlon has everything you'll want. It offers some great training and nutrition advice, helping you to build your own personalised training plan that will put you on track to smashing your PB. As well as plenty of race tips, you'll find regular kit reviews and competition listings.