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Revel Rascal XT Build review

The Revel Rascal XT Build is a good-looking, playful machine that will back you up when the going gets tough, whether that’s uphill or down.

Gravitating Around The Aneto Discovering The Pyrenees’ Highest Summit

Slowing down the pace in order to take in the surroundings has paid off for this group of bike packers. Join Simon, Ulysse, Dani, Chris and Thomas for a journey…

Buyers Guide to the Best Mountain Bike Lights

These are the best mountain bike lights that will extend your riding season into the winter months and beyond!

Sigma ROX 11.1 EVO GPS bike computer review

The Sigma Rox 11.1 EVO GPS packs a colour screen and a plethora of functionality, but can it compete with the established competition?

Classic Ride 140 – Land’s End to Lizard

Sam takes us on a long ride on some new-old trails that will make for a great weekender, or a really big day out. Words Sam Jones Photography Jordan Gibbons and Stef…

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2021 Team News: Theo Galy Signs For Sunn French Connexion Racing

Sunn French Connexion Racing launches new EWS team and reveals their first rider, French National Champion Theo Galy! French brand Sunn has joined forces with a new EWS Team with...

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Where Did Summer Go? FGF 504

‘Ooh, well it’s good for the grass’ as many of our parents would be saying. It seems that summer has abandoned us again, leaving heavy wind, hail and rain showers....

Vote Here | Singletrack Reader Awards 2019

You’ve done all your research, yeah? If you are ready to cast your votes then head on down to our ballot box below. If you are still unsure then head...

Extreme Sports Enthusiast – 8 ”Good To Know” Ways To Prevent Long-Term Injuries

Advertisement feature As most sports enthusiasts know, injury risks never go away. Racing downhill or simply riding in unknown territories comes with its own risks. At some point, every sports...

Singletrack Issue 124 : Getting’ High In Colorado

Rich Rothwell is a successful and experienced British endurance racer, but the 500-mile Colorado Trail Race nearly broke him. Fortunately, it merely changed him for life.  Words & Photography Rich…

Singletrack Issue 124 : The Real World Of Vanlife

Anna Cipullo lifts the lid on the realities of spending a dream holiday in a camper van across Canada with an adventure buddy… and a whole load of damp clothing. …

Singletrack Magazine Issue 122: Vancouver’s Treasure Islands

Two jet-setting friends discover they’ve overlooked gold on their doorstep. Words Ryan Stuart Photography Ryan Creary A morning beer is always harsh and rarely a good idea. It burns the…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 122: Risking It For Polish Champagne

Sprinkled with snow, the crumbling landmarks of Poland’s past provide the backdrop for an unlikely first bikepacking trip. Words Dorota Juranek Photography Adam Klimek It’s 7am on Saturday. The town…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 119: Last Word

Mike Braybrook Lazy Lines Choices. How to quit them. Mike Braybrook discovers that the shortest line between two points is often the quickest way to the first aid tent.  Last…

Singletrack Magazine issue 119: Never Trust The Weather

This adventure in Utah’s White Rim was supposed to be simple. And dry… Words Łukasz Piątek Photography Adam Klimek Sharp sunlight burns our motivation to pedal. We’re resting on the…

Singletrack Issue 119: Tour de France The Fun Way

Jérôme Clementz takes on a crossing of the classic mountains of the Tour de France his way – off road.  Words Pauline Dieffenthaler Photography Jérémie Reuiller The Tour de France…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 119: Scott Beaumont – Staying Professional

A lifetime as a pro rider, with Scott Beaumont. Words & Photography Geoff Waugh You’ve seen them in the magazines; we’ve seen them on our TV screens. Professional riders that…

Singletrack `magazine Issue 118: Surrounding Swinley

Words & Photography Geoff Waugh Fully paid-up southern mod, Geoff Waugh, takes on a tour of this riding gem within a short distance of London. The fact that it goes…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Finding Perspective In Lesotho

Can you really experience the culture of a country while racing through it? Kristi Stump finds herself pondering such things, when perhaps she should be concentrating on not crashing.  Words…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Soviet Singletrack

A trail bike adventure between volcanoes and waves in the former Russian military zone of Kamchatka.  Words Philipp ‘El Flamingo’ Becker Photography Constantin Fiene We’re in the last hour of…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 117: Trail Hunter – Border Blasting

Tom Fenton treads the fine line between England and Scotland, black ice and bog, all the while attempting condiment-based puns.  Words TOM FENTON Photography ANDY HEADING THERE'S MORE TO THIS…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 117: In The Beginning

Olly Townsend recounts how his earliest experience of mountain biking could quite easily have been his last… Even though this photo was taken nearly 30 years ago, the emotion conveyed…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 117: Last Word

last word: That time I got mistaken for a bear. Charlie the Bikemonger shares a little too much. Again.  Back in the early days of singlespeeding, after bar ends, but…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 117: Room 101

Words Charlie the Bikemonger Every issue we highlight some of those niggly aspects of being a mountain biker. Our resident judge considers the evidence for and against each case. Often…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 116: The Isle Of Purbeck

This Dorset hotspot is not an island, but it does come with a ferry and the promise of adventure, as Tom Hutton discovers. Words & Photography Tom Hutton If it…

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Premier Version: Behind The Lens – James Robertson

What the what? Is this a race, or a circus? THERE'S MORE TO THIS STORYBUT IT'S A MEMBER-ONLY STORY.JOIN US TO UNLOCK IT AND MORE FOR LESS THAN 6p/DAY If…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 115: 100 Years Later

Words Steffi Marth  Photography Nathan Hughes Riding in the footsteps of the Austrian, Italian and Swiss mountain heroes of the First World War. 1915, The Stelvio Pass, Italy. THERE'S MORE…

Singletrack Magazine issue 115: Trail Hinter – Dartmoor

TRAIL HUNTER EXPLORES those must-do RIDES that should be on every British mountain biker’s bucket list. Words Tom Fenton Photography Andy Heading Tom Fenton heads to south-west England and the…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 115: Finding Adventure In The Alps

Words & Photography Anthony Pease Turn your back on the uplifts of the Alpine honeypots and a whole world of adventure, hidden trails, mountain top restaurants (and endless hike-a-bike) awaits. …

Singletrack Magazine Issue 114: Azores

Karen Eller and pals take a trip to the ‘so foreign, yet so close’ mid-Atlantic jungle wonderland – The Azores. Words Karen Eller Photography Maria Knoll THERE'S MORE TO THIS…