Cycling magazine Vogue magazine is facing backlash after offering a $1 in exchange for a rider’s broken arm.
The magazine posted a photo of a rider who was “wanting to prove that his arm can handle a bike and ride it”.
The rider was riding a bike in the “small town of San Francisco” in the US state of California.
The rider’s arm was broken, according to the Vogue article.
The photo of the rider went viral and the magazine quickly apologized for the error.
Vogue published an apology on its website, saying that “we made a mistake”.
The article in question was published on March 30, 2018, after the cyclist had received his first payment from the magazine, $1.
The publication said the rider had received a new prosthetic arm “about three months ago”.
It added that the rider’s “arm is still recovering”.
“The arm is a bit stiff and has been sitting on a hard surface for months,” the article read.
“It’s definitely not comfortable for riding.
We’re sorry about that, but we’ll get you one for a few hundred bucks.”
The Vogue spokesperson told the Australian Financial Review that the company had taken down the article after being alerted to the photo, and that it would “work with the rider and Vogue to find a solution to the issue”. “
As a company, V-G-A is committed to protecting our brands and readers,” the statement read.
The Vogue spokesperson told the Australian Financial Review that the company had taken down the article after being alerted to the photo, and that it would “work with the rider and Vogue to find a solution to the issue”.
A spokesperson for the magazine said the issue was being investigated.
“We have been in contact with the cyclist and V-ogue, and we are looking into the matter,” the spokesperson said.
“The issue was highlighted by our media team, and it was quickly removed from the site.
We are working closely with Vogue on this matter.”
“We’re going to get a new arm and make it work for him,” said Loehrer.
“And that’s what we’re doing.
It’s a new kind of bike and he’s just got a broken arm.”
Vogue’s editor-in-chief, David Shulman, said that Vogue had been “disappointed” by the incident.
“In this day and age where it’s becoming increasingly acceptable to offer money for injuries, we’re just appalled by the photo,” Shulmann said.