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Singletrack Magazine Issue 128

It’s the final issue of the year and it’s a packed one. For a start there’s our annual free 2020 calendar attached to every copy so you can plan all your rides for the next 12 months. Plus! We have our annual Editors’ Choice picks of the best kit we’ve ridden all year.

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 127

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As we start the gentle decomposition of autumn, a fresh new issue of Singletrack Magazine has landed. Make your last embers of summer riding enthusiasm get a little puff of air to boost them and warm your legs into the chill winds of winter. Here’s what the postie will be bringing our subscribers, or buy your copy here:

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 126

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Features a bike test of those great 27.5in bikes that get overlooked in favour of their longer travel or bigger wheel cousins, a tale of just how much trouble an e-bike can get you in in the mountains (and just how much fun you can have doing it), there’s a look at the hidden trails and trail centres of Cornwall, a feature on how bike companies choose next year’s colours band a bikepacking adventure through the gold fields of Arizona.

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 125

Dean Hersey gets stuck into three distinctive 29ers that span the width of the new (ahem, nu) school of full suspension 29er trail bikes. Chipps spends a wet weekend in Wales on an e-bike. Will life be any more fun with a battery, or is it still a wet weekend in Wales? Barney goes to the Wye Valley in search of the site of a plane crash, and new legs. And more..

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 124

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From this issue, Singletrack will be delivered to subscribers in a clear wrapping made of biodegradable potato starch. The old, opaque, plastic wrapping was part of the global waste problem we are all facing (to the tune of over 30,000+ wrappings/year from us alone) and while we are not going to change the world, we strive to contribute to a better way.

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 123

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Sanny seeks out some overlooked trails within a stone’s throw of Glasgow. Why does he love them so much? In a cheese punned filled ride around the West Country, James Vincent takes us on a tour of the trails around Cheddar. Tom Hutton heads to the Czech Republic to check out the trails and trees on a three-centre bike safari… and more.

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 122

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Yes, you’ve got a Guest Editor for this edition. Chipps has been away in Moab, so Hannah has taken over. Will you notice any difference?Tom Fenton thinks that riding all the bridleways in one go is a good idea. Surprisingly he finds some friends that are prepared to join him. Will they ever join him again? Ryan Stuart takes photographer friend Ryan Creary on a tour of the small islands off the coast of the better known mountain bike destination. And more…

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 121

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The trails have finally returned to their usual state. Mudguards are essential once more, waterproofs no longer a ‘just in case’ item. If we’re lucky enough to finish work early we might get out to catch the last of the evening light before hoping we’ve got enough charge in our lights to make it home.

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 120

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Hans Rey, Missy Giove, and Timmy C. from Rage Against The Machine go on an all-star ride across Los Angeles, from the mountains to the ocean. The organisers of the BC Bike Race lay on this increasingly spicy taster menu of Canada’s finest trails. Pete Scullion heads to the northern tip of Scotland in search of midnight sunlight and spectacular trails. And more..

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Singletrack Magazine Issue 119

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It’s always hot and dry in Utah, right? Except when you’re caught in a flash-flood summer thunderstorm. Washed away, baked dry, and sweating, Adam Klimek and pals take on the White Rim trail. Joe Delves packs friends, bikes, camping gear and a dog and seeks a low cost getaway in Torridon, where the trails are good enough to be worth the effort getting there. And more..

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