Singletrack issue 114: Snowdon

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Tom Fenton explores one of the ultimate must-do locations in British mountain biking. That highest, pointiest bit of Wales – Mount Snowdon.  Words Tom Fenton Photography Andy Heading Apparently, an elephant never forgets. And goldfish have three-second memories. But did you know that tortoises have turtle recall? [Ba-doom-tish! Pun Ed] When it comes to bike magazines, people are more like elephants than goldfish. We remember every article ever written and constantly accuse magazines of rehashing articles. But is that fair? Do writers have goldfish memories and a lack of imagination? Or is it that there are limited places to ride...

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