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Published June 6th 2019 Bike Test Nu Skool 29ers         Nice elbows.   Dean Hersey gets stuck into three distinctive 29ers that span the width of the new (ahem, nu) school of full suspension 29er trail bikes.     A Day In The Life Of…Bike Park Wales     Not enduro fluoro   We just turn up, ride and eat cake, but what does it take to make that happen? Samantha Saskia Dugon goes behind the scenes to reveal the people that make our pay to play fun happen.   E-Bike Weekender       Waterproof batteries? Chipps spends a wet weekend in Wales on an e-bike. Will life be any more fun with a battery, or is it still a wet weekend in Wales?     Classic Ride     Not a plane crash.   Barney goes to the Wye Valley in search of the site of a plane crash, and new legs. Dumpling Hunting         Dumplings do not run in straight lines   Chipps heads to Italy for a race where he has to hunt dumplings. Does he need a net, or a spear? Challenging Not Suffering Often a ‘challenge’ is seen as involving suffering and hardship. Sanny doesn’t think this needs to be the case. He extols the virtues of having a target to aim for, but with some nice comfy parameters, using his own Monro Bagging challenge as an example. Capital to Coast     Not central London   Max...

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