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Issue 115 was published October 5th, 2017.
Grouptest - Wil puts eight sets of top trail brakes to the test - which four will make his pick of the bunch?
Bike test - Better known for their carbon models, Barney tests out three alloy bikes from Norco, Santa Cruz and YT.
Singletrack Recommended - We bring you the products that are so good, we’d spend our own money on them.
Oddball - we love bikes, but we love other things too. This issue, it’s knives. It’s just as well we love each other in the office.
Kit Bag - We take a peek inside the tool box of Ray Waxham, Trek’s enduro race mechanic. What does it take to keep the wheels of champions racing?
Room 101 - Charlie dispenses justice for your complaints. This issue he has a couple of celebrity submitters in the form of our own editor, Chipps and a pioneer of mountain biking: Charlie Kelly.
Jason Miles - Jason passes on his wisdom after years of racing as a top-level amateur endurance racer.
If you’re a subscriber, buy your copy from our shop, or pick up Singletrack from one of our Premier Dealers, you’ll get the extra-length Premier Edition of our magazine, which this issue also includes the following features:
Arizona - Charlie The Bikemonger goes on holiday where life is simpler and the trails are paved with cactus spines.
Whistler for Mortals - in this area better known for its technicality, Sanny discovers there are trails for those who prefer to keep their wheels on the ground.
Last word - A ponder on the transient world of the mountain bike enthusiast.