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Jun 28, 2012
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RatSphinx said:
It was Crank Magazine. I think it went under.

Redd said:
Hmmm... I might have to investigate that... thanks!
Exactly. Unfortunatly only 3 issues were published. Was an interesting mag about the german scene, and bilingual (german and english).

You can order it here, on classic-cycle.de, they ship to the US, too:

http://classic-cycle.de/en/Books-Mags-P ... r=1&lang=1

btw: The mag was made here in Hannover (not, that it's important :))
 
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8) Thanks Marcus. I was hoping you would be around to clarify this for everyone. It seems making a go of printed material is a tough ride. Websites are probably somewhat easier, but have another set of problems. :roll:
 
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8) Thanks Marcus. I was hoping you would be around to clarify this for everyone. It seems making a go of printed material is a tough ride. Websites are probably somewhat easier, but have another set of problems. :roll:
Seems that's the bad side of the digital times. I'm very afraid the day will come where magazines,papers or books will be dead. what a shame.

If you're interested, I could scan and upload some pages so that you get an impression of he Crank! but I'm not sure, if this is legal :)
 
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That would be great Marcus if you could upload some stuff. I might try to find some stuff myself. Thanks to both of you guys for the info, I appreciate it! :D
 
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As i mentioned, you can order the 3 issues on classic-cycle.de for about 10 dollars.

Here is a little impression from the 1st mag for you (I don't own anything and it's not about profit) :):

Front-Cover:


"Eisbein-Cruise" in Hannover (February 2004):













Title-Story "Germanys lowest":










Greetz from the D-Land.