What? You haven’t already got your copy? In that case you must have forgotten to subscribe! It’s not too late though, you could subscribe today and you’ll be able to access the digital archive of the magazine, and you’ll start the year with Issue 123 being delivered to your door in February.
But WAIT! That’s not going to get you a lovely paper copy of the current issue, or the free calendar – although subscribers get a discount on extra copies of the magazine, and back issues.
You could just buy yourself a copy, direct from our shop.
But WAIT SOME MORE! Why not get someone else to buy this issue for you? Surely that’s a much better plan!
Our gift subscription ‘Sub in a box’ costs from just £45, which will get you the current issue plus a year of Singletrack, and all the benefits of being a subscriber. You could also give your loved ones a bit of a nudge and maybe suggest they buy you a sub in a box with hip flask...
Here’s a taste of what’s inside that rather nice cover by Ryan Creary:
Editorial: Chipps is Away
Yes, you’ve got a Guest Editor for this edition. Chipps has been away in Moab, so Hannah has taken over. Will you notice any difference?
UK Adventure: Snowdon All Ways
Tom Fenton thinks that riding all the bridleways in one go is a good idea. Surprisingly he finds some friends that are prepared to join him. Will they ever join him again?
International Adventure: Vancouver’s Treasure Islands
Ryan Stuart takes photographer friend Ryan Creary on a tour of the small islands off the coast of the better known mountain bike destination.
Classic Ride: The Borderlands
Olly Townsend takes us on a tour of Northumberland’s quiet corners. There is tea, and cake, and somewhere there is a view.
Interview: Tracy Moseley
Pete Scullion catches up with Tracy Moseley as she forges yet another trail in the mountain bike world.
Our staff team pick out their highlights of the year when it comes to kit, bikes, and places to ride.
Bike Test: Ti Hard
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Yippee Ki-Yay! We bring you a bit of extra sparkle this winter, with three titanium hardtails from Kingdom, Nordest and Sonder.
If you nip down to your newsagent or supermarket, your fun will stop there. But if you subscribe or buy your copy from one of our Premier Dealers, you’ll be able to enjoy the extended entertainment of our Premier Edition, which contains the following additional features:
Risking It For Polish Champagne
Dorota Juranek goes bike packing for the first time: in a Polish winter with three strangers. Just how uncomfortable can it be?
Climbing Up In Trentino, Stepping Back In Time
History nerd Pete Scullion and trials rider Ali Clarkson take an off season tour of the monster ‘100km of Foritifications’ trail.
Last Word: Highland Heist
Charlie the Bikemonger reveals his (inadvertent) criminal past.