The zine I found is an Australian mountain biking zine called Crankmag. Especially in contrast to the Piepmeier article, this zine is really masculine and definitely less socially progressive. Instead of having a social-movement intention, Crankmag has more of a “hey-dude-let’s-make-a-zine-with-rad-pics” feel.
The zine mostly consists of action shots of mountain biking, but there are also some ‘articles’ and interviews with bikers. The first ‘article’ is a quasi-opinion piece called “To shave or not to shave: that is the question,” and it very briefly discusses the pros and cons of men shaving their legs. The pros being the supposed sex appeal of shaved legs and the cons being the “gay or unmanly” nature of shaved legs.
In the interview portion, 17 year old Michael Kearton expresses his emphatic approval of hairy legs and declares that “presta valves are gay.” (That’s a kind of tire valve common in mountain and road bikes. I had to look it up.)
Clearly, this zine is not concerned with being socially progressive, but it is actively addressing issues (and crises) of masculinity.