April 16, 2012
After basking in the warm glow of satisfaction that the freshly relaunched, resized and extra lovely Issue 72 gave us, we didn’t sit on our laurels, far from it. We have been hard at work on Issue 73 and the time has come for us to give you just a tiny taste of what’ll be in it. We’ve been hunting trails amid the urban sprawl, getting up early, thinking about getting old – and how to stay young – and testing bikes that suit the shorter riders. In addition to that we’re got plenty of UK riding, riding over the seas, in depth product testing and more.
There’s still enough time for you to subscribe online and receive a print copy of Issue 73, so best get a move on…
Singletrack Issue 73
UK Riding: Matt gets Rad Where You Are (urban riding)
Column: Inconvenient Truths (or, how to be a winner), by Benji.
International Travel: Texas Adventures, by Cass Gilbert.
Interview: Wes Williams, the real godfather of the 29in wheel.
International Travel: Solitary Adventures in Majorca, by Brendon Tyree.
Classic Rides: West Highland Way, by Jenn.
The Big Feature: Getting On A Bit, by Steve Worland.
UK Riding: Good Mornings, by Chipps.
Bike test: Vertically challenged full sus bikes from Trek, Orange and Scott.
Grouptest: 140mm forks.
Plus the usual Grinder action, the fitness panel answers some questions, Chipps talks about his love of specialist spares, Jewel of the Isle heads south to Leith Hill, and Tech Talk looks at the next big medium-sized thing.