You need to subscribe to Singletrack by midnight on 12th May to get the next issue of our magazine!
Issue 125. One hundred and twenty five. There’s surely some kind of gemstone for that? A significant colour, metal, element? That’s a whole bundle of reading, writing and grinding. If you subscribe to Singletrack, it’s a whole pile more reading, as subscribing means you get the extended Premier Edition delivered right to your door. For a whole year!
Subscribing to Singletrack costs just £39 for UK residents. You’ll get six issues of the Premier Edition magazine through your letterbox, in eco-friendly potato starch wrapping. You’ll get ad free browsing on our site, access to our digital archive, and special Premier only web content and shop discounts too.
Perhaps you’re further afield? You could have a digital subscription for just £1.99 a month. Or maybe you like paper? If you live anywhere else in the world, a print subscription will cost you £49. That’s just £8.16 per issue. Which is just over $10 US dollars, or $15 Australian dollars, or $14 Canadian dollars. Or 101 Swedish Krona!
We really think you’ll like the print version. It’s on lovely quality paper. It smells amazing. And it’s beautiful. Really, it is. And it has words in it – lots of them. Let’s have a look at some of what you’ll find in our 125th edition.
Subscribe by Midnight on 12th May to receive Issue 125 – published 6th June.
Already A Subscriber?
Share the love and give the gift of Singletrack. We have loads of gift options.
Bike Test Nu Skool 29ers
Dean Hersey gets stuck into three distinctive 29ers that span the width of the new (ahem, nu) school of full suspension 29er trail bikes.
A Day In The Life Of…Bike Park Wales
We just turn up, ride and eat cake, but what does it take to make that happen? Samantha Saskia Dugon goes behind the scenes to reveal the people that make our pay to play fun happen.
Chipps spends a wet weekend in Wales on an e-bike. Will life be any more fun with a battery, or is it still a wet weekend in Wales?
Barney goes to the Wye Valley in search of the site of a plane crash, and new legs.
Chipps heads to Italy for a race where he has to hunt dumplings. Does he need a net, or a spear?
Challenging Not Suffering
Often a ‘challenge’ is seen as involving suffering and hardship. Sanny doesn’t think this needs to be the case. He extols the virtues of having a target to aim for, but with some nice comfy parameters, using his own Monro Bagging challenge as an example.
Capital to Coast
Max Darkins kick starts his year with an off-road adventure taking him from the centre of London to the fish and chips of Brighton. We know where we’d rather be.
If you nip down to your newsagent or supermarket, your fun will stop there. But if you subscribe or buy your copy from our shop or one of our Premier Dealers, you’ll be able to enjoy the extended entertainment of our Premier Edition, which contains the following additional features:
Pete’s Pros – Steve Pete
Pete Scullion continues to ride with (or chase after) the professional riders of today. This issue, he’s talking to Steve Peat. You know who he is, right?
Interview: Jez Avery
We catch up with legend of the 1990s UK MTB scene ‘Jumping Jez Avery’, and discover that behind the stunt shows and bunny hops, there’s a whole other life.
UK Adventure: Arran, Away From The Obvious
Sanny hops on a boat to Arran to check out the trails that are often overlooked by those going for the big obvious pointy hulk of Goat Fell.