In 1991, the IVCA produced its first magazine "The International Veteran Cyclist", edited by Walter Ulreich. This, an A5 sized, 48 paged booklet had illustrated articles about veteran cycle events and cycle history, continueduntil 1993, when issue 5 was retitled The International Veteran Cycle. Thelast issue of this series was number 6 in December 1993. In December 1995, a new magazine in A4 format was started by PaulReid, called "The Journal", which now continues under the same name. The aim is to issue two editions a year, depending on thematerial received, and it aims to cover forthcoming veteran cycle events whichhave an international interest, details of displays or museums showing oldcycles, news of veteran cycle clubs' activities, articles relating to aspects ofold cycles, discussions on IVCA matters, items for sale and wanted or advertisements from commercial concerns connected with cycles. Alladvertisements are free of charge to members.The editor will prepare The Journal twice per year, one in the fall after the annual meeting, and one in the early spring of the following year withdetails of the annual meet for that year.Shorter news bulletins will be distributed electronically at other times.
The Journal content information of the rallies, news from the members, calendar of meets and events from all countries, books and museum reviews, new topics of old bicycles, historic views of bicycles, cyclingand related topics, traders market, articles of journeys on bicycles, visiting far destinations and new exciting bicycle cultures, and much, much more.
The Editor urges members to send in contributions on any cycling related subject in any language. The Editor urges country representatives to submit more information,especially about future events.