Everything is going downhill. The end is in sight. But in a good way. We’re over the hump of winter, it hasn’t been too unkind, and we’re nearly ready to send our next issue of Singletrack to the printer.
You’ve got until midnight on Thursday 24th January to subscribe in time to get this issue delivered to your door.
As you can see, Chipps is looking through the proofs, but what is he reading about? What could you be reading about? Let’s take a peek inside…
Sanny seeks out some overlooked trails within a stone’s throw of Glasgow. Why does he love them so much?
In a cheese punned filled ride around the West Country, James Vincent takes us on a tour of the trails around Cheddar.
Tom Hutton heads to the Czech Republic to check out the trails and trees on a three-centre bike safari.
Rickie Cotter warms up for the Silk Road Mountain Race with a solo trip around this remote expanse of wild unknown.
James McKnight and Victor Lucas get in over their heads in the Pyrenees
Tom Hill writes about the Timbuk2 messenger bag that isn’t his, it’s Jenn’s. He’s just using it for her.
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:
Sanny heads to Italy to experience a comfortable adventure without a painful credit card bill.
Pete Scullion chases Downhill legend turned neo-enduro pro Ruaridh Cunningham around the trails of Innerleithen.
25 Years of Chipps
Chipps has been a mountain bike journalist for 25 years this month. He takes us on a trip down memory lane, through a history of many coloured outfits and surprising hairstyles. Prepare to say ‘I remember that!’