Issue 126

£5.50

On sale 8th August 2019.

148 gorgeous pages of quality adventure, comedy, drama and inspiration. Posted directly to you with love from us.

No batteries needed. No recharging. Doesn’t interrupt you with sodding beeps, alarms, reminders and updates.

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Sold By: Singletrack Magazine

Description

Chipps’ Editorial

There is no right or wrong – Choose a bike, any bike, and enjoy it.

International Adventure: Panning For Trail Gold In Arizona

Huw Oliver finds gold in the ghost towns of Arizona

Classic Ride: Don’t Mynd If I Do

Tom Hutton rides the Long Mynd in search of forgotten corners and new trails

Behind The Scenes: Colour Wheels

Sim Mainey finds out how the next bike fashions are decided

UK Adventure: Cornish Fasties

Barney Marsh goes to the edge of the UK and finds a world of overlooked trails.

UK Adventure: How To Lose Friends And Alienate People

Sanny reduces the nicest man in mountain biking to rude words.

Hope’s Helping Hand

Chipps checks out a bit of innovative thinking from Hope Technology.

Bike Test: Overlooked Awesome

Daz Hall checks out three smaller wheeled, shorter travel bikes that you probably should be riding, from Bird, Cotic and Santa Cruz.

Column: Jason Miles

Jason steps out of his comfort zone.

Premier Edition Content

Plus, in our Premier Edition, only available to Subscribers, from our shop, or from our Premier Dealers, you will find the following 32 pages of bonus content:

Pete’s Pros: Rock[et] Science

Manon Carpenter may not be racing much, but Pete Scullion finds she’s still aiming high.

A Day In The Life: Fort William

Saskia Dugon goes behind the scenes at this noisiest of World Cup races.

MTB Culture: The Quiet Revolution

Rich Rothwell argues that GPS technology has opened up a whole new world of mountain biking joy.

Last Word

Hannah gets to ride somewhere she thought might only be a far flung fantasy.

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