Singletrack World Issue 150 Editorial

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It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to issue 150 of Singletrack World Magazine. Whether you’re a new reader in print or online (or both), or an old hand…

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Chipps Chippendale

Singletrackworld's Editor At Large

With 23 years as Editor of Singletrack World Magazine, Chipps is the longest-running mountain bike magazine editor in the world. He started in the bike trade in 1990 and became a full time mountain bike journalist at the start of 1994. Over the last 30 years as a bike writer and photographer, he has seen mountain bike culture flourish, strengthen and diversify and bike technology go from rigid steel frames to fully suspended carbon fibre (and sometimes back to rigid steel as well.)

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  • tourismo
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I can relate to this editorial. I’ve been mountain biking since I was 13, now 47. Mountain biking has shaped and influenced almost every aspect of my life – career, friends, holidays, even indirectly leading to me meeting my wife. I’ve progressed from the fully rigid steel, cantilever braked bikes of late 80’s/early 90’s to my current Cotic Flaremax. Unfortunately my skills don’t mirror the progression in the bikes!😂 But it matters not, because when I get on my bike I’m back to being my 13 year old self, enjoying the new found freedom my bike provides. Back then MBUK was my Bible. These days, even though there’s a seemingly limitless amount of  bike info available at a click of a mouse I still love a printed magazine and Singletrack delivers the goods every month. So thanks, and here’s to another 150 issue’s.</p>

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