In need of a little Monday morning cheer? Then you’ll be pleased to know the next issue of Singletrack is currently at the printers.
If you’re a subscriber then your regular dose of delicious photography, inspiring writing and lovely-smelling ink on real paper made of trees will be landing on your doorstep next week. If you’re not a subscriber and would like to get the full-size, subscribers-and-Premier-Stockists-edition, then get yourself over to the Singletrack Shop and pre-order your copy now.
Here’s the cover – nice, hey? – and the rundown of what’s inside…
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 bike test looks at three of our 2015 Objects of Desire from Cannondale, Santa Cruz and 9:ZERO:7 (warning! fat bike content) and we put the wide-rim revolution in the dock with seven wheelsets in the grouptest. Mountain Biking Development in Scotland’s Graham Maclean is our Singletrack Hero, there’s a brace of columns from the usual suspects, the regular mix of ground-up Grinder products, thoughtful musings and delicious photography to brighten up your month.
Pre-order your copy now!