Singletrack Issue 121 For Kindle

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The trails have finally returned to their usual state. Mudguards are essential once more, waterproofs no longer a ‘just in case’ item. If we’re lucky enough to finish work early we might get out to catch the last of the evening light before hoping we’ve got enough charge in our lights to make it home. Nettles sting their vicious last and fungi sprout up in the woods as leaves start to turn and fall. Yes, autumn is here. But this is no bad thing – a bit of slither adds fun, a bit of frost kills those nettles off, and a bit less sun means a bit less sweat. If that’s no enough to persuade you to keep the wheels rolling, we’ve got another great issue of Singletrack Magazine to make sure you remember to charge those lights and head for the hills. Subscribe To Singletrack from as little as £1.99 UK Adventure: The Lakes Are Dry Sanny takes advantage of the long dry summer to check out a Lake District route reputed to be so wet and horrible that only a fool would try it. Classic Ride: Clwydian Hills Tom Hutton takes us on a tour of this lesser known riding spot in an effort to persuade us there’s more to Wales that trail centres and Snowdon. Race Head: Valencian Stage Racing Jason Miles dons his best Lycra and jumps on one of the worst bikes he’s ever ridden to take part in a local Spanish stage race. Spoiler:...

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