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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.

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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…

UK Adventure: Glasgow’s Campsie Fells


Sanny seeks out some overlooked trails within a stone’s throw of Glasgow. Why does he love them so much?

Classic Ride: Grate Expectations


In a cheese punned filled ride around the West Country, James Vincent takes us on a tour of the trails around Cheddar.

International Adventure: Bohemian Rhapsody


Tom Hutton heads to the Czech Republic to check out the trails and trees on a three-centre bike safari.

International Adventure: Kyrgyzstan


Rickie Cotter warms up for the Silk Road Mountain Race with a solo trip around this remote expanse of wild unknown.

International Adventure: You Can’t Script Adventure


James McKnight and Victor Lucas get in over their heads in the Pyrenees

Still Going: In The Bag


Tom Hill writes about the Timbuk2 messenger bag that isn’t his, it’s Jenn’s. He’s just using it for her.

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International Adventure: Budget Bolognese


Sanny heads to Italy to experience a comfortable adventure without a painful credit card bill.

Pete’s Pros: Ruaridh Cunningham


Pete Scullion chases Downhill legend turned neo-enduro pro Ruaridh Cunningham around the trails of Innerleithen.

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Which dates more, bikes or clothes?

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!’

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Comments (1)

    Sugino Tension Disc and Orange Sub 5 for the win! Psylo forks too… 1998 perhaps?

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