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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Feature rich with amazing, award winning design, Singletrack mountain bike magazine is filled with quality content designed to inspire you to ride, whether that be a full suspension DH bike to a steel singlespeed. Privateer to weekend warrior, Singletrack covers all bases. Established in 2001, Singletrack magazine has earned a reputation for quality, lengthy features and industry respected reviews.

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Singletrack  |  114  


This issue has adventures from every corner of Britain, plus features from far flung corners of the globe. Whether you’re stay-cationing or joining the jet-setters, this summer issue is sure to have you occupied for those hours by the pool or sheltering from the rain outside your tent.

(Hand) Made In China – We get unprecedented behind the scenes access to some of the bike factories in China and Taiwan. Is it a sorry sight of oppressed workers in shabby conditions? Or skilled bike builders in state of the art facilities?

Classic Ride: Northern Ireland – Ian Bailey finds us a rare legal loop around the trails of Northern Ireland.

Trail Hunter: Snowdon – Just because something is popular doesn’t mean it can’t be a classic. Tom Fenton opts for the dawn raid on the highest peak in Wales.

Bike Test: Killer Hardtails (in Innsbruck) – Three tough trail hardtails from Kona, Nukeproof and Trillion make the trip to Innsbruck to see just how capable a modern hardtail can be.

Group Test: Hi-Tech Tyres – James Vincent checks out the current generation of burly rubber. Is there such a thing as a tyre for all seasons? Or even a tyre for a whole Lake District ride? He’s been getting the punctures so you don’t have to.

Interview: Keith Bontrager – Keith has been designing bikes and components since the eighties. He invented the mantra ‘Cheap, light, strong – pick two’ and has been behind Trek’s component line for over two decades. Chipps tries to get a little more than the usual stock answers to the stock questions.

Column – Jason Miles discusses the merits of riding the wrong bike.

Room 101 – Charlie the Bikemonger decides which bike world items and issues shall be thrown to the bears, or whatever it is that lives beyond the door of Room 101, and what shall be allowed to continue to roam our earth.

ST Recommended – We’ve picked three products so good that you need to go out and buy them now. All of them.

Oddball: Fuel – Coffee…
Feature rich and voted Best Bike Mag of the year 2009 & 2010, Singletrack magazine is filled with quality content designed to inspire you to ride, whether that be a full suspension DH bike to a steel singlespeed. Established in 2001, Singletrack magazine has earned a reputation for quality, lengthy features and industry respected reviews.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Singletrack 114.

COMING CLEANER WORDS CHIPPS EDITORIAL There ’s a change in the air. It’s not about news and readers any more. Or authors and editors. The already grey lines between us and them, and you and us (or us and ...
(Hand) Made In China Chipps follows the path of an Asian-made bike from concept sketch to mountainside testing. WORDS & PHOTOGRAPHY CHIPPS BEHIND THE SCENES I’ve always wanted to follow the developmen...
YOUR SELF-HANDICAP, EXPOSED. Jason Miles is partial to the odd niche or two: fat bikes and singlespeeds being among them. He’s tolerant of everyone else’s too, provided they don’t keep going on about them. JASON MILES PHOTOGRAPHY...
SNOWDON: THE PRINCE OF WALES Tom Fenton explores one of the ultimate must-do locations in British mountain biking. That highest, pointiest bit of Wales – Mount Snowdon. WORDS TOM FENTON PHOTOGRAPHY ANDY HEADING Trail Hunter ...
RECOMMENDED HERE AT SINGLETRACK TOWERS, WE PUT A LOT OF PRODUCTS THROUGH THE GRINDER. SINGLETRACK RECOMMENDED IS THE ABSOLUTE CREAM OF THE CROP OF THE GEAR WE’VE BEEN TESTING. IT’S THE KIT THAT WE USE LONG AFTER ...
ROOM 101 WORDS CHARLIE THE BIKEMONGER Every issue we highlight some of those niggly aspects of being a mountain biker. Our resident judge considers the evidence for and against each case. Often, a part of...
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Singletrack   |   114   


This issue has adventures from every corner of Britain, plus features from far flung corners of the globe. Whether you’re stay-cationing or joining the jet-setters, this summer issue is sure to have you occupied for those hours by the pool or sheltering from the rain outside your tent.

(Hand) Made In China – We get unprecedented behind the scenes access to some of the bike factories in China and Taiwan. Is it a sorry sight of oppressed workers in shabby conditions? Or skilled bike builders in state of the art facilities?

Classic Ride: Northern Ireland – Ian Bailey finds us a rare legal loop around the trails of Northern Ireland.

Trail Hunter: Snowdon – Just because something is popular doesn’t mean it can’t be a classic. Tom Fenton opts for the dawn raid on the highest peak in Wales.

Bike Test: Killer Hardtails (in Innsbruck) – Three tough trail hardtails from Kona, Nukeproof and Trillion make the trip to Innsbruck to see just how capable a modern hardtail can be.

Group Test: Hi-Tech Tyres – James Vincent checks out the current generation of burly rubber. Is there such a thing as a tyre for all seasons? Or even a tyre for a whole Lake District ride? He’s been getting the punctures so you don’t have to.

Interview: Keith Bontrager – Keith has been designing bikes and components since the eighties. He invented the mantra ‘Cheap, light, strong – pick two’ and has been behind Trek’s component line for over two decades. Chipps tries to get a little more than the usual stock answers to the stock questions.

Column – Jason Miles discusses the merits of riding the wrong bike.

Room 101 – Charlie the Bikemonger decides which bike world items and issues shall be thrown to the bears, or whatever it is that lives beyond the door of Room 101, and what shall be allowed to continue to roam our earth.

ST Recommended – We’ve picked three products so good that you need to go out and buy them now. All of them.

Oddball: Fuel – Coffee…
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Singletrack magazine print subscription.
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