DAINESE PRESENT THE ISSUE NR. 2 OF THE DIGITAL MAGAZINE ‘LEGENDS'
03 August 2012 | News
“Legends die hard. They survive as truth rarely does.”
In its 40th anniversary year, Dainese heralds the future with a brand new digital magazine covering the legends of the past. With four online magazines over 2012, Dainese delves into the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s showcasing the people, events and products that have created the legend.
Starting off our coverage in Issue 2 is a man who knows a thing or two about the TT, Conor Cummins. We also visit the Himalayas on the trip of a lifetime riding Royal Enfield Thunderbirds with Jacopo Nordera and friends.
Representing the 1980's, Eddie Lawson shows us why he stood on more podiums than anyone else. Continuing the Icons theme, we look at the legends from the era including Diego Maradona, Magic Johnson, Marco Lucchinelli and, in this Olympic year, the ultimate speed king Carl Lewis.
The Olympics also brings us Rodrigo Diaz, one of Columbia's best show-jumping horse riders and we spend time with him as he prepares for the year's biggest competition.
Digital magazine ‘LEGENDS' is produced by The Church of London, continuing the proud collaboration with Dainese.
The Church of London is a creative agency born out of a passionate addiction to independent publishing. The company has grown organically from the beginnings of Huck, a lifestyle title for the board sport world, and Little White Lies film magazine.