Other Means is a print magazine, digital space and cycling community. Our mission is to tell stories and capture rides that share the human side of cycling. After all, every journey is personal, and we choose to enjoy ours by bike.
Cycling, at its core, is movement—a way to get from point A to point B and beyond. But for many, riding a bike represents so much more. A means of escape, discovery and exploration. An opportunity to make friends and create communities. A way we push past our comfort zones into the wilds of the unknown.
Riding a bike affords us the opportunity to appreciate the details in between. To create beautiful objects, tell stories and explore the near and the far.
When we ride, we connect with other people—the bike acting as a catalyst for conversation and a vehicle for introspection. It offers a way of unraveling life’s complications and making sense of the world in which we live.
Cycling allows us to extend our horizons and enjoy the freedom of movement—stopping and starting on a whim.
To live our lives by other means.
MARKETING & PARTNERSHIPS EDITOR
Karen has called NYC (Brooklyn) home for the last 15 years but recently started renovating a “mountain” home upstate in the Catskills. A marketer by day and a cyclist during all other hours, she also always makes time to seek out the best new pastries or bites in between.
Brad recently moved to Boston where he lives with his wonderful wife and sleepy dog. He enjoys pursuing too many hobbies as well as riding new roads and trails, forever in search of the best post-ride pizza.
PRINT & SUBMISSIONS EDITOR
Happiest when the road starts to climb, Chris enjoys writing cycling related stories, rides a steel bike and believes in taking enough time to appreciate the view. Living in England, Chris is also obsessed with the weather.
Aaron Griffiths is a graphic designer from London with a passion for bikes. You’ll find him riding in the mountains, a musette filled with snacks and always on the lookout for the next coffee stop. He currently lives in Amsterdam.