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Contents 9 // Editorial: Over, Round and Through. Chipps offers an unconventional tip for smooth trail riding: just miss most of it out. 10 // UK Adventure: Flat Planet. Chipps accepts a reader’s challenge to explore the ‘mountains’ of Lincolnshire. Are there even such things? 20 // The Big Column: Compromising Situations. Forget the marketing bollox. ‘Quite good’ is the new awesome – as Steve Worland explains. 22 // Column: Jaws was never my scene (and I don’t like Star Wars). Golf is not a sport and football is boring: welcome to Meerkat’s new reality. 24 // Jewel of the...

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