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Issue 132 has a glorious evening sun cover by James Vincent, with the rider sailing off into the distance through the little puffs of bog cotton.
Dean Hersey tests out three trail bikes from Evil, Pivot and Salsa – all with suspension platforms designed by Dave Weagle.
Chipps finds out how this professional adventurer balances family life with off-grid escapades.
Pete Scullion guides us on a tour of the Menteith Hills, near Aberfoyle, on the trail of Rob Roy.
Imagine emerging from the peace of a mountain adventure only to discover that while you were away, the world had changed. That’s what happened to Steve Chapman.
The Singletrack staff bring you the helmets that are currently protecting the contents of their heads.
Cedric Tassan proves there’s more to this Canary Island than beach holidays.
Tom Hill looks at how six riders have adapted their bikes to their own specific riding needs and local geography. Or has the local geography shaped the riders?
Barney goes on a bike ride over Cut Gate in the Peak District to capture the perfect shot of an airplane passing over the famous Dam Busters reservoir. Will he fly gracefully over the Bog of Doom on the way?
Sanny sings the praises of that solace in the storm, that comfort from the cold: the bothy.
Markus Stitz takes on Morocco’s Atlas Mountain Race on his usual single speed. What does it take to not just complete an event, but enjoy it?
As well as all the above, we have a selection of columns – including a rare non-grumpy piece from Jason Miles. What are you waiting for? Place your order now to be sure you don’t miss out.
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