I mean, it’s already a pretty fabulous magazine, with a great balance of stories and plenty of beautiful pictures to exercise your eyes. But we think it can be even better, so we’ve been busy behind the scenes, and we’re just about ready to send the fruits of our labour off to the printer so we can all see the finished result.
We’ve changed the paper, because we want it to be more capable of printing our incredible photographs at the quality they deserve. It’s a heavier weight paper with a slightly different finish that should react better to having the ink applied to it, giving a more consistent and vibrant result.
The better print quality allows us to be more creative with our layouts. We can do more with the pictures, and bring a more animated feel to the magazine. Don’t worry, you can still lose yourself in quiet contemplation, and it will still ‘feel’ like Singletrack, but we hope that some of the new design elements will help it be a more compelling and immersive experience. And of course, it will still be available in all the usual digital formats.
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For those of you who have watched the latest Joe Barnes film, this might look familiar. Shot by the ever energetic Pete Scullion during the making of that film, it shows some very UK conditions.
Editorial / We Are Not Alone
Chipps encourages us to get to know our ride-group neighbours.
International Adventure / Bring Your ‘Eh’ Game
Tim Wild heads north for an epic British Columbia trip. Will the stress of the planning pay off?
UK Adventure /Slymefoot Slide
Is it bikes or biscuits that holds Rick Hamilton and his newfound band of bikepackers together as they trial a new Northumberland route?
Editors’ Choice 2022
The very best products of the year, as picked by the Singletrack staffers.
Singletrack Kitchen / Bacon Jam
Charlie combines some of his favourite foods into one densely flavoursome hit.
A Flying Start
Hannah spends a day in Marin at the birthplace of mountain biking, with the happy community of people that created it.
Bike Test / Mountain Bikes For Winter
Benji leads the test team through the winter murk in order to find the ‘perfect’ winter mountain bike.
Classic Ride / Porlock Pleasures
Chipps ventures just that little bit further west than normal and discovers peace, quiet and trails from the sea and all the way deep into the hills.
Pete’s Myths / Nesbyen Huldufolk
Pete chases shadows and Manon Carpenter in their search for this Norwegian myth.
Last Word / Mountain Biking Soup
If Hannah has you over for tea, don’t eat the soup…
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