Paul Carruthers Leaves Cycle News After 30 Years

| 5 November 2014 2:42 pm

Cycle News

Courtesy of Judy Whitson/Trailblazer News
IRVINE, CA, NOV. 4, 2014

Cycle News Editor-in-Chief Paul Carruthers will be leaving that august publication after 30 years.

Paul Carruthers.

Paul Carruthers.

Carruthers first wrote for Cycle News in 1984. He became an associate editor in 1985 and in 1993 was named Editor. Paul, the son of World Champion road racer Kel Carruthers, was at the helm as the magazine transitioned from the printed page to its new Internet incarnation. He is a very talented writer and leader, and he will not be retiring yet. Paul will be handling communications for Wayne Rainey and MotoAmerica.

Kit Palmer, a veteran Cycle News editor, will be taking the reins. For more in-depth info, check out the “Archives” section in the November 4 issue of Cycle News.

[On a personal note, yours truly worked for Paul at Cycle News for 14 years, and I still think he’s the best boss I’ve ever worked for – and I’ve had some good bosses, so that’s really saying something. Along with the author of this announcement, we here at Today’s Cycle Coverage wish him the best of luck and a bright future!… Editor]

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