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Adventure in the UK: away from the maddening crowds
Tired of the same old, same old trail center? Sanny believes he has found the perfect antidote a few miles from Glentress and Innerleithen.
International Adventure: Rocks and Hard Places
Tim Wild packs a bike and his sense of adventure and rides the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival in Arizona.
Pete Perks: Hattie Harnden
Pete Scullion talks fun, work and sleep with the multi-disciplined cycle racing dynamo.
Charlie serves Chilli Cheesecakes and Roasted Red Soup, the perfect winter warmer.
Kit Essentials: Insulated Jackets
Chipps and the team venture into the cold winds to spread awareness of the best insulated jackets.
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UK Adventure: Pilgrim’s Regress
Adam Boggon returns to his childhood haunts in this reflective ride through Fife.
Behind the Scenes: The Art of Photography
Why are Pete Scullion’s photographs so great compared to your own trail shooting efforts? Is it the subject, the method or a big pile of material?
Chronicle: The joy of Flex
Welcome to our new Technical Content Manager. He has opinions and he is not afraid to share them.
UK Adventure: Chris Hinds – Unexpected Hero
How much physical and mental strength does it take to complete, let alone win, the 1,800km Great British Divide? More than we could ever imagine.
Classic Walk: Wanderings in the Wye Valley
Jon Woodhouse shows us around this gem on the Welsh-English border.
Bike test: towards extremes
The Singletrack team tests three hardtails from Pipedream, Sonder and Trek that fall somewhere in the middle of the riding style continuum.
MTB Culture: Minehead Mentors
Chipps takes a ride with the youth-only Minehead Mountain Bike Club.
Last word: information threshold
Rhys blinds Amanda with science, but she’s busy staring at the sun.
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Cover of singletrack number 141
You thought we forgot? No, we just reserve it for a delicious final dessert! All of the stories in this issue will be summed up in another stunning cover photo by Pete Scullion:
- Driver: Scott Lyndsay
- Location: Stob Chur an Lochain
There might not be a steeper way to grab two Munros. Inverlochlaraig’s Stob Binnein and Ben More is a fierce day out with a real focus on the vertical. 8500 feet in seven and a half miles really tested the legs, but for brief moments when the contours stretched out, the ridgeline singletrack was some of the best I’ve ridden. Scott backs up to the car and promises a fish dinner.
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