Is it my imagination or does the last copy of MBR look a bit empty, no editor comment, a bit sparse of content? Are they in trouble? Or just away for the summer?
All of the above are correct.Posted 6 years ago
I would heartily recommend a magazine called Singletrack but I’m not at all sure where one would find such a tome.oldagedpredatorSubscriber
I’d been thinking the same thing, its all gone a bit thin. Just been buying it out of habit for the last year or so. Something I really must kick and just spend the money on more riding. Its not informing or entertaining at the moment just advertorial straight from the press release. Bought the last couple of issues of the re-vamped MBUK, seems to have gone a bit more mature.
I think Singletrack is still the best out there.Posted 6 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
The combined ride/interview things they’re doing are superb though… The Guy Martin and Crawfy ones in particular were the best things I’ve seen in any bike mag, by a fair way. It’s a clever format but also very well done.
The rest of the mag, well, it’s MBR isn’t it. Unchanged as far as I can tell. The last few issues before this one were unusually good, this one’s maybe slightly down on standard.Posted 6 years ago
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