Use of lines to create a mountain top.

Use of lines to create a mountain top.

Title font for Australian motorcycle magazine Transmoto

Title font for Australian motorcycle magazine Transmoto

Title/logo for USA based Spokes Magazine. Stretched the letter "S" to represent a road with addition of a cyclist. Further emphasised by central line running through lettering.

Title/logo for USA based Spokes Magazine. Stretched the letter "S" to represent a road with addition of a cyclist. Further emphasised by central line running through lettering.

Creative use of blue lines to signify mountainside, adding in a bicycle suggests off road cycling. Colour blue is bright and eye catching.

Creative use of blue lines to signify mountainside, adding in a bicycle suggests off road cycling. Colour blue is bright and eye catching.

Logo for adventure motorcycle magazine Upshift. Minimal but very effective way of the three angles to represent a mountain range associated with adventure and freedom. Thsi could be adapted for cycling.

Logo for adventure motorcycle magazine Upshift. Minimal but very effective way of the three angles to represent a mountain range associated with adventure and freedom. Thsi could be adapted for cycling.

This is the bike service logo used by Evans Cycles. Tying together a bicycle with a first aid logo automatically suggests bicycle maintenance even with the need for "servicing" to clarify it.

This is the bike service logo used by Evans Cycles. Tying together a bicycle with a first aid logo automatically suggests bicycle maintenance even with the need for "servicing" to clarify it.

Spoke Magazine Their second logo is more cycling suggestive. The faded criss-cross of lines in within a circle speak wheels and a cycling nature.You can look at this and know it's cycling related.

Spoke Magazine Their second logo is more cycling suggestive. The faded criss-cross of lines in within a circle speak wheels and a cycling nature.You can look at this and know it's cycling related.

This logo doesn't quite work for me. The "o" is shaped more like a gear and not like a spoked wheel, like the title of the magazine should suggest.

This logo doesn't quite work for me. The "o" is shaped more like a gear and not like a spoked wheel, like the title of the magazine should suggest.

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