It may come as a surprise but there are places outside the UK that are worth taking a bike to. We’ve visted quite a few – It’s a tough job but we feel you deserve it. You can thank us later.

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 123 : Budget Bolognese

Sanny, Dave and Matt tackle the Veneto Trail to see if it is possible to have an overseas adventure without sending the credit card into meltdown. Words & Photography sanny…

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 Issue 122: Climbing Up in Trentino, Stepping Back in Time

Pete and trials rider Ali Clarkson take the ‘easy’ option round the historic fortresses of Italy. Words & Photography PETE SCULLION With the early morning mist lifting slowly off the…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 121: Just When It Was Going So Well

Jason Miles headed to Valencia for a multi-day stage race armed with his race shoes, a positive attitude and, well, that was about it, actually. Words jason miles Photography T…

Singletrack Issue 121: Crested Butte 40 Years On

Charlie Kelly and Joe Breeze retrace one of the most important rides in mountain bike history, 1978’s Pearl Pass tour. Words & Photography Charlie Kelly Tommy and joe Breeze. And…

Trans Angeles: Rock and rolling across the Angel’s city: From Issue 120

Hans Rey shepherds legends from wildly different backgrounds on a trip across his adopted home of Los Angeles. THERE'S MORE TO THIS STORYBUT IT'S A MEMBER-ONLY STORY.JOIN US TO UNLOCK…

Uncharted British Columbia: From Singletrack Issue 120

A week of riding timeless, un-timed singletrack through unknown British Columbia with the BC Bike Race crew: From Singletrack Issue 120 THERE'S MORE TO THIS STORYBUT IT'S A MEMBER-ONLY STORY.JOIN…

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 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 118: Seduced By The TV Remote

Steve Longdon is about to despair at the laziness of the world, but he’s not had time. He’s been too busy riding his bike. We all watch what other people…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: No Mercy In The Mountains

Backcountry Tour of the Pyrenees?  You can’t handle the backcountry tour of the Pyrenees! Words & Photography CHIPPS It took less than a hundred metres of gravity-assisted descending for my…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Internal Struggle

Tom Johnstone rides across Iceland’s interior and learns that making your dreams come true isn’t always easy. Words & Photography Tom Johnstone This was an adventure I’d dreamed about for…

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 112 : Riding Romania

Words & Photography Tomasz Debiec Glimpsing a world of open spaces, empty mountains and wickedly tough trails. Romania is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and interesting countries in Europe.…

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 112 : Morocco Blues

Carlos heads to Morocco to immerse himself in a side to this country that tourists rarely get to experience. Words & Photography Carlos Blanchard I hear the first small notes…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 116: Spineology

Pete Scullion takes on an alpine ridge ride with the most serious of consequences, and the greatest of rewards.  Words & Photography: Pete Scullion Above two and a half thousand…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 116: Fjord Fiesta

Words Berne Broudy Photography Donald Shearer Pushbiking and peak bagging: Riding the mountains of Norway’s fjords   I’ve been slogging uphill for an hour and a half, my mountain bike…

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: 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 115: Whistler For Mortals

Words & Photography David ‘Sanny’ Gould What happens if you take a Lycra-wearing cross-country rider and throw him in at the deep end in the world’s most famous bike park?...

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…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 113 : La Pura Vida

Living life to the full in Costa Rica. Words Holger Meyer Photography Sebastian Doerk There’s a hectic bustle going on at San José’s airport exit. A man tugs at my…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 113 : The Winter Sun Chancers

Words and Photography Antony de Heveningham The post-Christmas period is a dark time for mountain biking in the UK. Fitness and motivation are low and the only thing on the…

Singletrack Issue 1 – If it’s Tuesday this must be Moab

As we met for a breakfast of omelettes smothered in green chile sauce, Jo and Russell told us about how they’d been up early and seen the Uranium trucks rumbling…