Issue 111 is in store now!
Goodstuff inside this issue –
Frame Building – Chipps builds his own bike, from scratch. He’s going to need to learn how to mitre, file, braze and, finally TIG weld. Is it something that anyone can learn?
Breakfast Club – Sanny heads out for an overnighter in the hills and not too far away in search of adventure.
Trail Hunter, Fremington Edge, Yorkshire Dales – Tom Fenton seeks out more unmissable singletrack.
Col de Colorado – Jerome Clementz grabs some down time and heads up, up and up to Colorado’s highest point.
Interview – Pete Scullion chats racing, riding and hot chocolate with Trek’s enduro racer Katy Winton.
Room 101 – your arguments against those cycling things which do not belong in this world. Will Judge Mark be persuaded by your case?
Last Word – Roly makes excuses about why all his bikes are broken.
Flowery Wotsit – Hannah gets all wibbly about new horizons.
29+ Bikes – Big wheels just got bigger. Bikes from Jones, Salsa and Trek that take the oversize thing to extremes.
Trail Pumps – We test out a platoon of pumps to prevent your punctures pooping your party out on the trail.
Grinder Bike – Wil’s been thrashing the Whyte T-130. Find out how he got on.
Through the Grinder – Products carefully marinated in Pennine grit then roasted thoroughly at warp speed 5.
Classic Ride, Brecon Beacons – Barney ventures out where the SAS learn their survival skills. Barney’s version is far more civilised.