I'm guessing that most American riders haven't seen a single issue of Dig, and that's just not right. Hailing from Ireland, Dig is my favorite riding magazine. It has everything I like in my reading material: cool designs, interesting and funny articles, rad photography, coverage of good music, and tons of riding. Issue 7 (spring 1998) tapped the minds of straight edge riders, had contest coverage, a King of Concrete retrospective, and lots of other stuff; the music section had record reviews (of course) and a Bluetip interview. Some of the funnier bits are the small sidebars -- the "Dangerous Species: The Trick Ferret" was quite entertaining. If I had to say anything bad about Dig, it would be that sometimes the text is too small and/or the lines of text are too long. That and it's hard to find in the U.S.
$5 (US) for one issue
1 year (4 issues): £16 (US); £10 (UK); £13 (Europe) Dig Magazine, P.O. Box 3, Belfast, BT7 1BT, Northern Ireland UK