Singletrack Issue 105 For Kindle


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International Adventure: Patagonia

Barney travels to this remote region of Chilé to find some killer singletrack – and a fair bit of dust.

We Work Here: Rocky Mountain

We take a trip to the distant (but still very wet) shores of North Vancouver, to see the inner workings of one of Canada's oldest mountain bike companies.

UK Adventure: Dances with Wolves

Andy McCandlish takes a chilly trip down memory lane with Ed Oxley and Andy McKenna.

UK Adventure: Riding Through The Seasons

Sanny extols the virtues of riding all year round.

Room 101

Mark is the ultimate arbiter of your submissions to our Room of Shame.

Classic Ride: Capel Curig

There's more to Snowdonia than a few trail centres and a mountain.

Grouptest: Wider Wheels

The Grinder team put six sub-£500 wheelsets through the mill.

Bike Test: Flat-out Race Bikes

We take a look at three nose-to-the-wheel speed machines.

Through the Grinder

A plethora of promising products, assessed by our accomplished assemblage of trusted and true testers.

Grinder Bike: Pivot Mach 4 Carbon

Chipps takes a long look at Pivot's swoopy carbon trail/race monster.

Patagonia
Wild donkeys roaming in Patagonia

Subscriber Supplemental

This section is only available for postal subscribers, Premier Dealer customers and those bought through our online shop. This issue’s Swiss feature contains stunning photography that you’d be mad to miss.

15 Years of Spine Lines

To celebrate our 15th year, some of the best – and the weirdest – of our Spine Lines.

International Adventure: Suisse Rolling

Jérôme Clementz takes a busman's holiday in the Swiss Alps.

The Last Word

Antony de Heveningham wonders if we're actually in the golden age of mountain biking right now.

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Jerome Clementz
Jérôme Clementz, the green machine

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