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Let's kick off the fun with two International features...
International Adventure: Trans Angeles
Hans Rey, Missy Giove, and Timmy C. from Rage Against The Machine go on an all-star ride across Los Angeles, from the mountains to the ocean.
This is a great feature that sees Missy back on a bike for the first time in years, and it also delivers us our cover shot for this issue:
International Adventure: Uncharted British Columbia.
The organisers of the BC Bike Race lay on this increasingly spicy taster menu of Canada’s finest trails.
Next, three UK based features to show you that fun can be found closer to home...
UK Adventure: Land of the Midnight Sun
Pete Scullion heads to the northern tip of Scotland in search of midnight sunlight and spectacular trails.
Classic Ride: North York Moors
Where better place to start a ride than Fryup? Olly Townsend takes us on a tour of technical trails that he can’t quite believe are legal.
Trail Hunter: Quantock Hills
James Vincent revisits old friends on new trails in the Quantocks and remembers how much fun it is to ride without having to carry your bike.
Need your tech fix? We have three big bikes on test...
Bike Test: Beyonduro
To infinity and beyond… well, maybe just 170mm. Dean Hersey tests out three huge travel bikes from Nukeproof, Santa Cruz and Whyte that are not just for riding downhill.
Plus, in our Premier Edition, only available to Subscribers, from our shop, or from our Premier Dealers, you will find the following bonus content:
UK Adventure: Tyke Packing
Barney defeats the lightweight, solitary, point of bikepacking by taking his young children with him. We’ll let you decide if this is a how-to guide, or a list of reasons not to.
UK Adventure: Back To The Future
Sanny goes on a trip down memory lane, and his body reminds him why modern bikes are a good thing.
Last Word: The same sort of different
Hannah thinks that the world can be a more interesting place if you ride a bike.
Imagine, the magazine comes through your door, you can climb into a nice shady hammock and relax, perhaps with a nice ice cool drink. Lie back and chill out, with a copy of Singletrack to keep you company. You know what to do...