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Issue 116 is published 7 December 2017.
Bike test: Full suspension XC bikes. - Three long-legged ride/race bikes from Giant, Specialized and Scott
Group Test - David Hayward tests sub-£1500 carbon wheelsets. At this price, they’re still a major investment, so we’ve done our best to thrash them all.
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Room 101 - Charlie takes a look at your complaints and throws them into Room 101 if there’s due cause. And if there isn’t, he throws you in instead.
Column - Our award winning columnist Jason Miles brings us more pearls of wisdom and wit.
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Column - Lifecycle of a Riding Spot: a tragedy told in 11 chapters. Antony de Heveningham charts the rise and fall, rise and fall of your local woods.
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