The Singletrack Christmas MTB Quiz 2019

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As we roll across the finish line of another year on two wheels and as the mud dries on our winter boots it’s time to look back and find out who was paying attention in the last 12 months to the business of the mountain biking world.

Test your general knowledge of MTB learnings in our just for fun mtb quiz. Who won this? who broke what? What the f…. was that? It’s all here in these 20 questions to test yourself with.

Answer the questions then submit your working out for marking to find out your score.

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Comments (9)

    Suddenly my math’s teachers assurance that one day it would be important to know the circumference of a circle makes sense!! Still doesn’t work if you put the wrong numbers in though

    A mere 18/20… I’d better stick to the day job then. 🙂

    Query on the 29r answer, surely it’s 2.3?

    weird that I can post here but I’m banned from the forum

    Rockhopper. The answer is correct. I promise you. If you want to check take a ruler and measure the radius from hub to rim yourself.

    rockhopper70 – you’d be right if the question had been the circumference of a 29er *wheel* (which, with tyre, is about 29″ in diameter, depending on the size of tyre, hence the name, giving a circumference of ~2.3m). In fact the question asked the circumference of the *rim* (622mm diameter by definition, 1.95m circumference). As they always told us before every exam at school, read the question twice before starting to write down the answer!

    12/20. Get in!! Happy New Year Singletrack!!

    55% – ‘C’ grade – as ever, cruise to the required standard with minimal prep. Get in, my son.

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