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For instant news, the web is obviously where it's at, but there are many of us that are still bound to the physical connection of reading. That in mind, we went on the hunt for interesting magazine options for the automotive, motorcycle, and RV enthusiast, all of which make an interesting (and affordable) gift this holiday season. Of all places, Amazon actually offers a good number of magazine subscriptions in all categories, and skimming through the list there are a handful of interesting titles to choose from. Coming in at between 67% and over 80% off of the cover price, these are the titles that caught our eye.



AUTOWEEK Under the peculiar banner of "America's only fortnightly enthusiast magazine, Autoweek gets into the nitty-gritty of automotive and motorsport industry happenings. At a buck an issue, you can't really go wrong.


OLD CARS Know someone who's always hunting for a bargain on a classic car, or someone who still religiously browses the for sale section of the local paper? Old Cars Weekly is a total throwback, focusing primarily on for sale/wanted ads.


RIDER MAGAZINEIn the print world, many view Rider as the benchmark against which motorcycle magazines are measured. In depth features and reviews grace its pages alongside road trip narratives and other goodies. $1.25 per issue? ABSOLUTELY worth it.



TRANSWORLD MOTOCROSS A mix of motocross racing news, new moto reviews, interviews, and photography is the name of the game with Transworld Motocross. Considering your average motocross/motorcycle mag will run you $5 or $6 on the newsstands to begin with, we can't help but wonder how Transworld Motocross is making any money here.



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Absolutely love motorcycle mags! I'd love to get some more, but my room is already filled with lots of them! I'll actually forward this to my uncle, who is opening his own pub this July. Since it's going to be a biker pub, it will probably cool to display motorcycle mags around the place! So, thanks for sharing this! I love old magazines, but I recently started doing my own magazines to connect stronger with them. This idea came up to my mind when I went to Australia and rented a motorcycle from Find Motorbikes for rent in Australia. The landscapes were simply beyond words, and I felt like I should capture the moment and turn it into a memory! So, I didn't want to print it cause it wouldn't blend nicely with the other magazines I've got on my walls and decided to make it a magazine myself. I've been doing so ever since then!
 
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