Cycling - as it was originally called - was launched in January 1891 and to celebrate the quasquicentennial anniversary the special edition of Cycling Weekly is on sale today.
To mark the release of the issue, we have brought together a selection of the best covers from the past 125 years and are asking you - our readers - to pick your favourite.
This cycling quiz takes the form of an ever-changing ranking system that allows you to both up-vote your favourite and down-vote any others.
One of the covers in particular may find itself receiving a fair few down-votes, an internet version of the boos and hisses directed at pantomime villains.
Check back to see how your favourite is doing over the next week or so and remember to pick up your copy of Cycling Weekly. You can also subscribe here (opens in new tab) and get hold of the digital edition here.
Choose your favourite Cycling Weekly front cover from the past 125 years
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Jack Elton-Walters hails from the Isle of Wight, and would be quick to tell anyone that it's his favourite place to ride. He has covered a varied range of topics for Cycling Weekly, producing articles focusing on tech, professional racing as well as cycling culture. He moved on to work for Cyclist Magazine in 2017 where he stayed for four years until going freelance. He now returns to Cycling Weekly from time-to-time to cover racing and write longer features for print and online. He is not responsible for misspelled titles on box outs
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