Singletrack Issue 65

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Spring seems to have sprung, a good 70% of the office has beautifully rosy-red sunkissed skin and to top it all off, the next issue of Singletrack Magazine has been sent to the printers. Although it’s now too late to get a Print subscription for Issue 65, there’s still time to get a digital subscription if you want to get access to our digital Mag Archive, which includes past and present issues of the mag.

Anyway, here’s a quick peek at the clean subscriber/bike shop cover…

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Dust in Utah - shot by Dan Barham


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The non-subscriber cover


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Contents shot by Margus Riga

…and to whet your appetite, here’s the contents. It’s going to be a cracking issue, even if we do say so ourselves.

9. Editorial

Chipps reckons that everyone has been secretly training. You mean you haven’t?

10. Newfoundland eh?

Dre Hestler took a trip to this lesser-known corner of Canada and found gold.

20. Pass Storming.

What’s the difference between a Lakeland day out and pass storming? Beards, mostly.

30. Blame the Dog.

Mike Ferrentino asks you to appreciate the work that goes on every perfect image.

32. Interview: Tony Lund

Tony is behind the Lee Quarry trail centre – and in opening up a whole corner of Lancashire to riding.

41. Bike Test Feature: Boardman, Cube and Diamondback.

Three bikes from £999-£1400 by tested everywhere from trail centres to lonely moor tops.

52. Competition

Win a Fuji Tahoe 29er worth £1000!

54. Hut to Hut in Colorado.

Toby Taylor tells the story of a three day supported trip across Colorado, staying in fully stocked mountain huts.

62. Column: Geoff Johnson

Grab your bike and get out there now. Stuff the consequences!

64. Column: Industry Insider

Want to get sponsored to ride your bike? Then follow these essential things NOT to do.

68. Through the Grinder.

Products dragged through the winter months and reviewed for you.

82. Access All Areas

The latest instalment of Dave Anderson’s series on outdoor access. This time he looks at erosion.

86. Unpublished Hans Rey

A gallery of rare, unseen Hans Rey photos from his 25 year career.

96. Grouptest: Baggy Shorts

Just in time for summer. Essential baggy shorts for every occasion.

108. Fitness

Matt Hart brings your fitness levels to a crescendo of efficiency in time for the summer events.

118. Route Guide: Clocaenog, North Wales

North Wales isn’t all about trail centres, reckons Benji.

126. Outro – Wonder Woman

The story behind this bizarre photo from the ’97 Malverns.

Comments (11)

  1. Looking forward to it, especially the bit about Tony Lund. What a top man.

  2. When do we get to download the e-copy?

  3. That all sounds bloomin’ mint!

  4. Great cover shot – as usual.

  5. When does it hit the shops as I fly off on holiday on Wednesday afternoon :-O

  6. Looking forward to my copy dropping through the letter box

  7. Blimey that was quick, hardly seems as though we have had issue 64 for more than a week or 2.

    And now I’m about to start a job I was hoping that I’d get my first pay day before ish 65 came out so I could restart my Subs. If I subscribe at the end of April can I get issue 65 as my first issue?

  8. Both the cover and contents pics are superb, top marks!

  9. Hi all

    Just to put you in the picture, the cut off point for print subscriber’s to receive Issue 65 has just passed today, unfortunately.

    The UK on sale date for the Print mag (via all good bike shops and newsagents) is from next Friday (21 April).

    The Digital mag version is scheduled for uploading from next Tuesday (19 April) so any new digital subscribers will able to access the mag via the Mag Archive at any point. Cheers

  10. Damn… Best read the last issue tonight then…

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