Don’t Miss Out On The Next Magazine – Singletrack Issue 141

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Feeling a bit meh? Looking at the long haul from now until…when…half term…Easter…the clocks changing? Let us help give you something to look forward to in this grey limbo of the year: the next issue of Singletrack Magazine. It’s coming, and it’s coming soon – act today and it could be landing through your letterbox in early February. Full of great stories, inspiring images, and all things mountain bike, it’ll surely spur you on to explore the trails.

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UK Adventure: Far From The Maddening Crowds

Fed up with the same old, same old of trail centres? Sanny reckons he has found the perfect antidote just a few miles down the valley from Glentress and Innerleithen.

International Adventure: Rocks And Hard Places

Tim Wild packs a bike and his sense of adventure and takes part in the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival in Arizona.

Pete’s Pros: Hattie Harnden

Pete Scullion talks fun, work and sleep with the multidisciplinary bike racing dynamo.

Singletrack Kitchen

Charlie serves up Cheesy Chilli Cakes & Roasted Red Soup, the perfect winter warmer.

Kit Essentials: Insulated Jackets

Chipps and the team venture out into the chill winds to bring word of the best insulated jackets out there.

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UK Adventure: Pilgrim’s Regress

Adam Boggon returns to his childhood haunts in this reflective ride through Fife.

Behind The Scenes: The Art Of The Photograph

Why are Pete Scullion’s photographs so great compared to your own trail shot efforts? Is it the subject, the method, or a big pile of kit?

Column: The Joy Of Flex

Welcome to our new Technical Content Manager. He has opinions and he’s not afraid to share them.

UK Adventure: Chris Hinds – Unexpected Hero

How much physical and mental strength does it take to finish, let alone win, the 1,800km Great British Divide? More than we could ever imagine.

Classic Ride: Wye Valley Wanderings

Jon Woodhouse takes us on a tour of this gem on the Welsh-English border.

Bike Test: Going To Unextremes

The Singletrack team tests out three hardtails from Pipedream, Sonder and Trek that sit somewhere in the midst of the ride style continuum.

MTB Culture: Minehead Mentors

Chipps takes a ride with the Minehead mountain bike club that’s just for youngsters.

Last Word: Information Threshold

Rhys blinds Amanda with science, but she’s busy looking at the sun.

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Singletrack Issue 141 Cover

Did you think we’d forgotten? No, we’re just saving it for a tasty final dessert! All this issue’s stories will be wrapped up in yet another great cover shot from Pete Scullion:

  • Rider: Scott Lyndsay
  • Location: Stob Coire an Lochain

There might not be a steeper way to bag two Munros. Stob Binnein and Ben More from Inverlochlaraig is a fierce day out with a real emphasis on the vertical. 8500ft in seven and a half miles really tested the legs, but for brief moments where the contour lines spread out, the ridgeline singletrack was some of the best I’ve ridden. Scott makes moves back towards the car and the promise of a fish supper.

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