Issue 151


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On the Cover

Camera:  Sony A7 iii
Lens: Sony 70-200mm f4
Rider: Ben Platt
Location: Les Vallons de la Meije, La Grave

I’d heard stories about the resort of La Grave, and of its wild and untamed trails hugging the mountain side underneath a glacier festooned with ice caves. Ben and I had been riding there all day, dropping repeatedly from 3,200m back to the valley floor and the stoke was high. I grabbed my camera bag for our last run down the ridge, to be met with some of the most perfect conditions I’ve ever had the pleasure to shoot in. Our tyres were spitting up thick clouds of dust that hung in the air for what seemed like an eternity. Glorious late afternoon sunlight streamed through, and good times were had.


What’s inside issue 151?


Chipps celebrates being entirely average.

International Adventure: Borneo Singletrack

Steve Chapman helped plant the mountain biking seed in Borneo a decade ago. Visiting again for the first time, he wondered if it had taken root and flourished

MTB Culture: A Clarion Call

Hannah examines the rise of a new type of cycling club: the collective.

Classic Ride: Witch Way

Amanda goes on an accessible tour of Pendle, Mark’s childhood stomping ground, and discovers there’s pleasure to be had without peril.

Kit Essentials – XC Endurance Racer

Amanda takes you through the kit that keeps her going – between the race tape, or away from it.

Purposeful Adventure: Friends in High Places

Pete Scullion goes in search of the dabs of colour that cling to life in the Scottish mountains.

Bike Test: American Classics

The Singletrack test team get rolling on some old school American brands to see how they’re moving with the times.

I LOVE MY… Night Riding Gear

Hannah prepares for making the best of the worst of it.

Column: Welsh Ways

Chipps wonders what happened to the promises of better access for Wales

MTB Culture: Finding the flow

Skipping school and heading to the woods might get some kids told off. Ina De Smet discovered it was exactly what her sons needed.

Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20 × 25 × 2 cm


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