Willow was planning to return to full racing after having a child, but has decided that retiring is the better option.
A short Midweek Movies this week as we figure that, like us, once you’re done absorbing all the Eurobike coverage you’ll be ready to de-squarize your eyes by actually riding bikes. So here’s something completely different: a short film by Joe Sheffer & Alistair Humphries of their end-to-end of Shetland. On Bromptons, with the aid […]
Here’s some more from Trek World in the lovely Austrian town of Mayrhofen… Rumblefish With 120mm of DRCV-controlled travel front and rear, the 2012 Rumblefish aims to convert existing 26” wheel riders to 29” wheels, as well as provide an upgrade for those already on the wagon. Although Trek make the 140mm Roscoe for the […]
Sim and Jenn have seen the future – new freeride, downhill and ladies bikes plus much more
It’s packed with extras and it’s now available to read it on your computer or mobile device
Issue 66 of Singletrack Magazine is coming together nicely and will be out at the start of June, so we thought we’d give you a quick preview plus a little bit of video to whet your appetite. This issue is packed with good things; musings on the joy of spring, an interview with Sam from […]
New Blur XC-C, belt drives, 29ers from Ritchey, Intense and Charge, plus more!
We’ve got a burly Trek, a skinny Trek, a bloody bargain, a load of video camera bits and more
More 120 bikes, see! Also plenty of other nice things including a racey Trek, a new HD action camera and more
Concentric pivot saga continues as Trek given ABP patent, design now protected by US law
While Emily Batty is well known for being ‘the pretty blonde girl who rides for Trek’, she also happens to be a great XC rider with some good results to her name, including a 5th place at the Mont St Anne World U23 Championships this year. For that race she was riding a special bike […]