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Chipps initiates a handful of America’s bravest bike trade folk into the way of Filth Camp: it’s like the annual Press Camp extravaganza in Utah, only in the north of England, with more mud, more rain and a lot more pies. The One Ton Challenge is back, this time with Pete Scullion at the helm as he takes to the train to see how much rail-to-trail riding you can get yourself for £100 and we ride vicarious volcanos in Indonesia with Jerome Clementz. The Subscriber Supplement is our Editor’s Choice 2014 – find out what we loved the most about...

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