What’s in Singletrack Issue 76? A sneak peek…

As we’re just putting the finishing touches to Singletrack Issue 76 (out 6th September) we thought we’d bring you just a small selection of what’s going to be in it; from Canadian wilderness adventure, Death by Downhilling, a trio of British-designed bikes, getting hurt in the Quantocks and we get South Downs.

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What’s in Singletrack Issue 76?

Benji travels to the south-west and has his legs torn off by Olympian Oli Beckinsale in the Quantocks…

How to make a hard ride harder: take an Olympic athlete with you.

Editor Chipps heads to the opposite end of the country to discover what happens when you get a big bike, body armour, a World Cup Downhill course and simmer them together for six hours at the No Fuss Fort William Endurance Downhill…

Bring the pain.

We test a trio of British-designed bikes to find out what makes them special, with the Cotic Rocket, Nukeproof Mega and Orange Gyro given a sound thrashing over hill, dale, mountain, moor – and every other bit of terrain we could find.

They're all designed in Britain, but for which bits?

Jenn and David head to the South Downs where, by strange coincidence, they find themselves on top of the world…

Downs, downs, you bring me (South) Downs...

Reuben Krabbe packs up and ships out to the wilderness surrounding Tenquille Lake in British Columbia…

If a man shreds in the woods and noone sees it, did he still shred?

In addition to that we’ve got columns from Steve Worland and Alec Connon, our usual look at the state of the nation with Stat Of The Art, we ponder the meaning of Trail Centre Politics and the future of coil springs on mountain bikes, plus we test trail packs, the Salsa Horsethief and more by putting them through The Grinder…

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