A Santa Clarita-based cycling magazine publisher said it achieved a milestone of more than 1 million downloads after just six weeks of offering its titles online.
H3 Publications employs 10 people at its plant on Avenue Kearny in the Valencia Industrial Center. It publishes decline and ROAD magazines, which serve cycling enthusiasts. Thanks to major sponsorship from Lexus of Valencia, the company was able to launch tri-magazine.net, a free online magazine for cycling triathletes.
Six weeks after it started offering its new tri magazine and all current and back issues of decline and ROAD magazines through iTunes and the Android Market, more than 1 million customers had downloaded copies,the company said.
H3 serves the mountain, road cycling and triathlon industries with editorial content and photography, and now it is committed to leading the digital magazine market with the newest technology and content for mountain biking, road cycling, triathlon and cycling sports extreme competition. ROAD magazine is devoted to road cycling, while decline is a mountain bike magazine that focuses on gravity racing, all-mountain riding and freestyle.
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