Summit magazine: now free to download for all members

Summit magazine: now free to download for all BMC members, 146 kb
The summer issue of Summit magazine is now out. We’ve crammed it full of summer fun, features and free gear. But did you know that all BMC members (including club members) can now download every issue for free with our new app?

Reading Summit magazine has just got easier. If you’ve got an iOS or Android device, then you can download the latest issue to read straight away on your phone or tablet.

This means that all BMC-affiliated club members (who only get one of the four printed issues each year) can now read every issue.

The app is funded by Sport England for three years. After that, we will decide whether to continue it based on how popular it's become. 

The three steps to reading Summit on your tablet or phone:

1. Download the Summit app for tablets and phones
Download the Summit app (for iOS and Android). Search for “BMC Summit” or use these links:

Download the Summit app in iTunes

Download the Summit app in Google Play

2. Open the Summit app
Click on MEMBER LOGIN at the bottom right of the welcome screen.

The username is your BMC-registered email
The password is your membership number.

If you have any problems logging in, please email with your details.

3. Click on an issue to download and read
Currently there are three issues online: 72, 73, and 74


It’s also available in your browser:

Issue 74

Issue 73:


What if I'm not a member?

You can buy issues at £2.99 each or, of course, why not join the BMC and get free access to the app and four free issues of Summit each year?


For more information visit BMC
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