Singletrack Magazine Issue 116: Editorial

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Pecking Orders Words Chipps I’ve always been interested in the interplay between riders out on a ride, or over a week of riding in the mountains. Mountain biking is a great leveller and it doesn’t matter what high-powered job you have, how famous you are or even how fancy your bike is if you can’t ride it.  On the other side of the coin, mountain biking is a great leveller. It doesn’t matter how scruffy your bike is, or how ordinary your job is, if you can ride, then you can ride.  While it’s possible to overplay your competence on...

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