What’s Inside Singletrack Issue 145? Out Today!

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If you receive a printed copy of the magazine each issue, it’s now in the post – we can’t be sure exactly when it will land with you, but if you’re in the UK and you’ve still not got it by 19th October please email us. If you’re outside the UK, it might take up to a month to make its way to you, across the sea and overland, so hopefully it’ll be with you by 8th November.

If you want to read the magazine online, or you join us today, you have other options too:

  • You can download a pdf of the magazine here. This is an exact copy of the printed magazine.
  • You can download an ePub version of the magazine. This is a more basic version of the magazine, with fewer pictures, that you can read in a variety of electronic book programmes, such as iBooks, or on an iPad.
  • You can download a Kindle version, for your Kindle. Like the ePub version, this is optimised for Kindles, so has all the words, but far fewer pictures.
  • Read the articles online. (Behind the Paywall) We’ll be publishing them over the next week or so, so look out for them popping up on the homepage, or check back here to see what’s new each day.

If you were already a member by 25th September 2022, you can also download the interactive app version of the mag from Pocketmags, which has all the same content as the web page versions, but with all the swipe and tap interactivity you get with an iPad or iPhone – which is what you need to read this version. We get charged for every download in this format, so you only get access to the versions created while you had an active membership – so if you want a back issue from before you joined us, try one of the other formats above.

Both the Pocketmags and online versions of our articles contain some extra features, like more images, plus some videos – but it doesn’t smell like our printed magazine, and it’s riskier to read it in the bath. If you want a printed copy of any of our magazines – maybe you usually get a digital version but a paper one would be good for a beach holiday – then head to our shop.

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What’s coming your way? Let’s check it out…

Editorial: Chipps Is In The Flow Zone…

Chipps argues that a flow state doesn’t need pro skills to be achieved.

MTB Culture: A Foundation For The Future

Nicole Formosa visits Red Bull Formation as it pushes female freeriders into the mainstream.

Behind The Scenes: Precious Cargo

Amanda reckons what you put on your head is worthy of closer examination.

UK Adventure: Making Mountain Bikers

An exercise in learning to mountain bike reminds Hannah how much we take for granted.

UK Adventure: Going Off (Grid)

Petor Georgallou recalls a simpler, damper, mouldier time measured in meals and miles, not hours and

Classic Ride: Manx Power

Amanda goes to the Isle of Man for the enduro and stays for the ice cream.

UK Adventure: Ben Cruachan And The Cailleach

Pete Scullion’s look into ancient myths and legends takes him to Ben Cruachan – and a search for the
Queen of Winter.

Interview: The Science Of Waterproofing

Sanny sets off to find out what ‘waterproof clothing’ actually means and why it doesn’t always work the
way we expect it to.

Bike Test: Mountain Bikes For Kids

Benji and the Singletrack Youth Squad check out mountain bikes for the mini-me riders among us.

Singletrack Kitchen: Gloriumptious Dahl

Singletrack’s resident Nigel Slater brings you more tasty things to make and eat trailside, or as a post-ride

Kit Essentials: Mortal Coils

Benji and the crew look at coil shocks and explain why they’re for trail riders and not just for downhillers.

International Adventure: To Infinity And Beyond

A ride trip for Anders Engberg releases the parenting pressure and brings new perspective to daily life.

Last Word: Take A Load Off

Adam Batty ponders the importance of the humble bench. From a bench.

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Hannah Dobson

Managing Editor

I came to Singletrack having decided there must be more to life than meetings. I like all bikes, but especially unusual ones. More than bikes, I like what bikes do. I think that they link people and places; that cycling creates a connection between us and our environment; bikes create communities; deliver freedom; bring joy; and improve fitness. They're environmentally friendly and create friendly environments. I try to write about all these things in the hope that others might discover the joy of bikes too.

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