Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: A Glamorous Job

Jason Miles tells us a few home truths about the indignities of 24 hour racing. The physical battle doesn’t end at the finish line. On reflection, rounding off a cycling…

Singletrack `magazine Issue 118: Surrounding Swinley

Words & Photography Geoff Waugh Fully paid-up southern mod, Geoff Waugh, takes on a tour of this riding gem within a short distance of London. The fact that it goes...

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Staying Ahead, Being Last

Rachel Sokal spends a day with the British cross-country queen to talk all things Olympics, baggies, cake, and why if you’re not riding cross-country, you’re missing out on the fun. …

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Last Word

Train, Train Go Away Barney faces up to the inevitable: he’s not magically going to get fitter by doing nothing. It sits against one wall of the cellar, locked in…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Finding Perspective In Lesotho

Can you really experience the culture of a country while racing through it? Kristi Stump finds herself pondering such things, when perhaps she should be concentrating on not crashing.  Words…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Soviet Singletrack

A trail bike adventure between volcanoes and waves in the former Russian military zone of Kamchatka.  Words Philipp ‘El Flamingo’ Becker Photography Constantin Fiene We’re in the last hour of…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Editorial

Make The Moment Last Words Chipps I’ve never heard of Ben Hogan. I’d assumed that he was the lesser famous brother of Hulk, but apparently he was big in the…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: West Is Best

Pete Scullion ventures out to the western fringe of Scotland, ready to sleep under the stars on a remote beach. But he didn’t count on life-threatening weather. Will he tough…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Trail Hunter – Peaky Blinder

This is a story about an underdog. A sidekick, a minor character, passed over in favour of its more famous sibling, ignored by many but loved by those who know…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Seduced By The TV Remote

Steve Longdon is about to despair at the laziness of the world, but he’s not had time. He’s been too busy riding his bike. We all watch what other people…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: No Mercy In The Mountains

Backcountry Tour of the Pyrenees?  You can’t handle the backcountry tour of the Pyrenees! Words & Photography CHIPPS It took less than a hundred metres of gravity-assisted descending for my…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Internal Struggle

Tom Johnstone rides across Iceland’s interior and learns that making your dreams come true isn’t always easy. Words & Photography Tom Johnstone This was an adventure I’d dreamed about for…

Singletrack Magazine Issue 118 : Last Word

barney marsh Train, Train Go Away Barney faces up to the inevitable: he’s not magically going to get fitter by doing nothing. It sits against one wall of the cellar,…