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Editorial - Chipps wonders where all the mountain bike heroes will go.
Room 101 - a couple of things that really get us wound up. But are they enough to be condemned to the Room?
Trail Hunter: The Wayfarer. Berwyn Mountains - these oft-overlooked mountains in north Wales hold some tasty promises.
Column: Jason Miles - it seems you don’t get to be a winning 24 hour solo racer without getting annoyed about stuff.
Biketest: Zombie Apocalypse Bikes - it’s the near future and society has broken down. A bike means freedom. But which one? We look at three British bikes from BTR, Olsen and Shand.
Grouptest: Pads for Pedalling - now that pads are all-day comfortable, there’s a huge choice of what to wear. We recommend the best ones for each job.
Singletrack Recommended - What the Singletrack team believe to be the cream of the crop when it comes to test products.
Oddball - Our random series of ‘just another thing’ begins with 6 mouth watering cheeses to celebrate great riding spots of the UK.
International Adventure: Danny MacAskill and Hans Rey take on Mt Kilimanjaro - two of the world’s best known stunt riders take on a huge mountain challenge.
Column: Roly - Roly Lambert vows to stop being ‘that guy’. Again.
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