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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  |  120  


Editorial: Chipps is in an upbeat mood and thinks that things have never been better.

UK Adventure: Land of the Midnight Sun: Pete Scullion heads to the northern tip of Scotland in search of midnight sunlight and spectacular trails.

Column: Don't Call It A Heatwave, Just Call It Summer: Fearing the weather will turn, Chipps is worn out from riding day after day after…

International Adventure: Uncharted British Columbia: e organisers of the BC Bike Race lay on this increasingly spicy taster menu of Canada’s finest trails.

Classic Ride: North York Moors: Where better place to start a ride than
Fryup? Olly Townsend takes us on a tour of technical trails that he can’t quite believe are legal.

Bike Test: Beyonduro: To infinity and beyond… well, maybe just 170mm. Dean Hersey tests out three huge travel bikes from Nukeproof, Santa Cruz and
Whyte that are not just for riding downhill.

Trail Hunter: Quantock Hills: James Vincent revisits old friends on new
trails in the Quantocks and remembers how much fun it is to ride without having to carry your bike.

International Adventure: Trans Angeles: Hans Rey, Missy Giove, and Timmy C.
from Rage Against e Machine go on an all-star ride across Los Angeles, from the
mountains to the ocean.

UK Adventure: Tyke Packing: Barney defeats the lightweight, solitary, point
of bikepacking by taking his young children with him. We’ll let you decide if this is a how-to guide, or a list of reasons not to.

UK Adventure: Back to the Future Sanny goes on a trip down memory lane, and
his body reminds him why modern bikes are
a good thing.

Last Word: The Same Sort of Different. Hannah thinks that the world can be a more interesting place if you ride a bike.

We Just Work Here: Who we are, what we do and who we would
trust to build us a bike from scratch.
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 120.

WHEN DID IT ALL GET SO GOOD? WORDS CHIPPS EDITORIAL I took a trip back in time recently, revisiting a place I used to ride when I was just starting out. Back then the mountain bike world was a rich, but obscure landscape. ...
LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN Pete Scullion takes a trip up north. And north again. WORDS & PHOTOGRAPHY PETE SCULLION UK ADVENTURE As Ali and Mark batter across the bedrock away from the summit cairn with the gold...
Chipps Chippendale Chipps has vowed to only ride if it’s sunny. Unfortunately, this means he’s not stopped since early May. DON’T CALL IT A H EATWAVE, JUST CALL IT SUMMER. COLUMN Everywhere you look at the m...
UNCHARTED BRITISH COLUMBIA A week of riding timeless, un-timed singletrack through unknown British Columbia with the BC Bike Race crew. WORDS DANIELLE BAKER PHOTOGRAPHY DAVE SILVER A few of us are sitting together at the edge o...
NORTH YORK MOORS Olly Townsend takes us on a tour of this epic northern landscape. WORDS & PHOTOGRAPHY OLLY TOWNSEND CLASSIC RIDE “That was where I nearly met my maker,” said Mike. I craned my neck to...
BEYONDURO Three big bikes that don’t fit under any label. So we made one up. WORDS DEAN HERSEY PHOTOGRAPHY CHIPPS Once upon a not very distant time ago, mountain bikes were easily recognisable and labell...
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Singletrack   |   120   


Editorial: Chipps is in an upbeat mood and thinks that things have never been better.

UK Adventure: Land of the Midnight Sun: Pete Scullion heads to the northern tip of Scotland in search of midnight sunlight and spectacular trails.

Column: Don't Call It A Heatwave, Just Call It Summer: Fearing the weather will turn, Chipps is worn out from riding day after day after…

International Adventure: Uncharted British Columbia: e organisers of the BC Bike Race lay on this increasingly spicy taster menu of Canada’s finest trails.

Classic Ride: North York Moors: Where better place to start a ride than
Fryup? Olly Townsend takes us on a tour of technical trails that he can’t quite believe are legal.

Bike Test: Beyonduro: To infinity and beyond… well, maybe just 170mm. Dean Hersey tests out three huge travel bikes from Nukeproof, Santa Cruz and
Whyte that are not just for riding downhill.

Trail Hunter: Quantock Hills: James Vincent revisits old friends on new
trails in the Quantocks and remembers how much fun it is to ride without having to carry your bike.

International Adventure: Trans Angeles: Hans Rey, Missy Giove, and Timmy C.
from Rage Against e Machine go on an all-star ride across Los Angeles, from the
mountains to the ocean.

UK Adventure: Tyke Packing: Barney defeats the lightweight, solitary, point
of bikepacking by taking his young children with him. We’ll let you decide if this is a how-to guide, or a list of reasons not to.

UK Adventure: Back to the Future Sanny goes on a trip down memory lane, and
his body reminds him why modern bikes are
a good thing.

Last Word: The Same Sort of Different. Hannah thinks that the world can be a more interesting place if you ride a bike.

We Just Work Here: Who we are, what we do and who we would
trust to build us a bike from scratch.
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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