Issue 60 – Extra Features

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Issue 60 is now on sale in lots of places but if you are Premier Subscriber then you can access all the extra features that we’ve stuffed into the digital versions right here.

Bike Test – British Steel

Three bikes get the Singletrack treatment this issue and here are the video clips to view here or download in m4v format.

Charge Duster

[premiervideo src=”extras/Issue60/ChargeDuster-sm.m4v” widescreen=”true”]

Click here to download

Cotic Soul

[premiervideo src=”extras/Issue60/CoticSoul-sm.m4v” widescreen=”true”]

Click here to download

Whyte 19

[premiervideo src=”extras/Issue60/Whyte19Steel-sm.m4v” widescreen=”true”]

Click here to download

Route Guide

This issue’s route guide features three great routes around Ludlow.

Download the maps here in PDF format for you to take with you.

Ludlow Play Area

Ludlow Easy Route

Ludlow Medium Route

Trackloggers can download our route files here…

Tracklogs Play Area

Tracklogs Easy Route

Tracklogs Medium Route

Four Wheels Better Than None

Benji rides with a club for disabled riders and gets whooped and impressed at the same time.

[premiervideo src=”extras/Issue60/RoughRiderzVid360.m4v”]

Click here to download

Mark Alker

Singletrack Publisher

What Mark doesn’t know about social media isn’t worth knowing and his ability to balance “The Stack” is bested only by his agility on a snowboard. Graphs are what gets his engine revving, at least they would if his car wasn’t electric, and data is what you’ll find him pouring over in the office. Mark enjoys good whisky, sci-fi and the latest Apple gadget, he is also the best boss in the world (Yes, he is paying me to write this).

Comments (12)

    It’s good that the mag is “iPad Ready” as you call it. Could you make the extras iPad Ready too and ditch the flash?

    I’m meant to be Premier, but it doesn’t seem to have been activated 🙁
    I was hoping to see the Eurobike stuff, snif.
    Can anyone help? Snif.

    Each video clip is available as an m4v download. “click here to download”. Works great on iPad. I know this cos I’m typing this in the passenger seat of a car on the M74 on our iPad 🙂

    “British steel” are any of those brands made in Britain?

    Any plans on an update/long term test, on the two guy’s who made their own frames on a course?

    the click here to download doesn’t seem to work on my iPad. Oh, well off to a PC I go

    Same iPad problem- no download – any ideas?

    No worky on iPhone either. Says ‘server not configured correctly’

    That Rough Riderz piece both in the mag and the video on here is great. The mag article in issue 60 gets my vote for Article of the year. It makes you appreciate what youve got and inspires you to ride. I really admire the guts of those riders.
    I wonder if any UK Armed forces wounded/amputees have heard of it? It would be fantastic for them and Im sure the Help for Hero’s charity would buy a few bikes for any wounded troops that were interested.

    Are you guys Premier users? Just checked again here and it all works fine.

    Sorry folks, Mark has jumped the gun a little in pronouncing full iOS device (iPod, iPad, iPhone) compatibility.

    The video player that works on iOS (non-flash) is ready to go, we’re just waiting on one small technical detail for Premier protected files to be resolved, but that is Tom1’s area of expertise and he’s on holiday right now.

    We shall make it a priority on his return.

    The files will work if downloaded to iOS devices and then played, but will not work if streamed.

    @AlexSimon – sorry, we shall sort it out first thing Monday morning.

    Lovin’ the rough riderz – those guys have got balls

    I like the Whyte 19 steel looks more in the vid more than stills. Even so it is still just a little too understated.

    “British steel” are any of those brands made in Britain? No but they are at least British firms frames made abroad as opposed to US/European firms that are built abroad. And to be fair it is more than just where the frame is made. In the world of MTBing the UK market desire for steel framed trail bikes is somewhat out of the ordinary. These are bikes made for the UK market and a lot of the riding done here.

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