- Man & Boy :Ed Oxley
Yep, particularly enjoyed this article.
The whole mag was better than it has been in recent months too actually, even though I don’t have much interest in racing.
Benji’s uplift article was fun and the “Day in the life of MTBing” feature was original and interesting.
If I can make a minor criticism, it annoys me a bit that the long-termers section seems a bit of a waste of space when the reports just explain how the writer has changed a stem or something. We want to know how the bikes ride!Posted 8 years agoChrisSMember
Agree entirely about the long-termers section. The cannondale one is fine but the other two are a complete waste of space, who cares what expensive bits the journos have blagged to adorn their free bikes….. tell us how they ride or at the very least what difference to the ride swapping the bits around makes. It would also be nice to know how the bikes are aging, what’s wearing out, what’s needed adjusting etc… etc.Posted 8 years agoChrisSMember
Disclaimer: “Haven’t read Ed’s piece yet (still struggling to get past the beard).”
My son isn’t really interested in bikes much, doesn’t stop me spending time with him doing other things though, <heresy> believe it or not there is more to life than bikes </heresy>. So don’t be too hard on yourself if your offspring don’t share your obsession, it doesn’t stop you having a great relationship with them.Posted 8 years agoBunnyhopSubscriber
We’ve started riding with my 6 year old nephew, who’s really keen. So we’re looking forward to the future when he’ll be out on the local trails. He just needs to stop falling off!
Ed’s son is a looker too, he’ll be breaking some young lady’s heart when he’s older.Posted 8 years ago
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