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Singletrack magazine is the ultimate read for mountain bikers everywhere. Whether you’re tearing up the tracks at every opportunity or you’re more of a weekend rider, Singletrack magazine is sure to inspire you to mountain biking greatness.


Singletrack magazine was founded in 2001 and since then has built itself a reputation of providing high-quality features and articles, as well as industry respected reviews on the latest clothing, bikes and accessories.


If you’re passionate about mountain biking and looking for travel and route inspiration, gripping features, interviews and reviews then Singletrack magazine is your essential read!  


 

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Going to Extremes
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.

Tramping In Torridon
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.

Tour de France The Fun Way
While the roadies are pedalling up these classic TdF climbs, enduro rider Jerome Clementz is whooping his way back down them, taking the rocky switchbacks and forest trails.

Classic Ride: Helvellyn
Which way should you go up this Lakeland must-do? And which way should you come down? There’s much debate to be had about the best routes on Helvellyn, but everyone agrees you have to ride one of them at least once. James Vincent takes us on his pick of the options.

Staying Professional
Geoff Waugh talks to Scott Beaumont about getting – and keeping – sponsors. Behind the Insta-bangers and high fives, it’s more businesslike than you might think.

Bike Test: British 29ers
British manufacturing ain’t dead. We test out three full suspension 29ers from Orange, Robot Bike Co. and Swarf that showcase the range of modern manufacturing skills and processes currently happening in the UK.

Interview: Dan Stanton
Ian Bailey talks philosophy and company ethos and ‘a different kind of capitalism’ with the man behind Stanton bikes.

Malvern Magic
Chipps dons his tie-dye T-shirt and Oakley Mumbos and reminisces about the original Malvern Hills Classic ahead of the new version of it, returning to our fields this year.

The First Trail Centre
Chipps tells the story of the UK’s oldest trail centre: Coed Y Brenin, where the first trails still offer great riding, with the bonus of being away from the crowds.

Hutchinson Tyres
James Vincent goes on a whirlwind tour of the French home of Hutchinson tyres.

Singletrack magazine is packed full of interesting articles and features perfect for any keen mountain biker. Every issue brings you international adventures of all the best tracks and trails from around the globe. Singletrack magazine also features some of the best tracks that British soil has to offer.  


On top of this stunning array of inspirational travel articles, you can expect cool features such as the oldest biking stores located up in the mountains, interviews with iconic athletes and much more. Singletrack magazine also provides a selection of columns for you to consume with in-depth features on everything mountain biking.


Of course, any good biking magazine wouldn’t be complete without a host of well written and informative reviews. Every issue of Singletrack magazine contains in-depth reviews on a vast array of mountain biking gear - from starter bikes to carbon fibre trail racers, plus trendy clothing and accessories! 


 

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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Singletrack 119.

LOOK FORWARD AND GO BACK. WORDS CHIPPS EDITORIAL I took part in ‘the world’s toughest gravel race’ in Belgium the other week. The organisers, it seemed, had found every single off-road track, path, field edge and ri...
NEVER TRUST THE WEATHER This adventure in Utah’s White Rim was supposed to be simple. And dry… WORDS ŁUKASZ PIATEK PHOTOGRAPHY ADAM KLIMEK Sharp sunlight burns our motivation to pedal. We’re resting on the edge...
Jason Miles Jason Miles has some words of caution for all you do-gooders wanting to put something back into the sport. DON’T PUT THIS ON YOUR BUCKET LIST There was an article in Singletrack a few years back that ...
TRAMPING IN TORRIDON Three men and a dog traipse the Scottish west coast with just a teepee for protection and lobster sandwiches for lunch. WORDS JOE DELVES Not as high as the Grampians, the remote Torridon hills pro...
TOUR DE FRANCE, THE FUN WAY Jérôme Clementz takes on a crossing of the classic mountains of the Tour de France his way – off road. WORDS PAULINE DIEFFENTHALER PHOTOGRAPHY JÉRÉMIE REUILLER The Tour de France has man...
ULTIMATE HELVELLYN This is a Classic Ride you’ve got to work for, but it’ll be worth it. Really, there’s just a bit more up… WORDS JAMES VINCENT PHOTOGRAPHY JAMES VINCENT How do I love thee? Let me cou...
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Going to Extremes
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.

Tramping In Torridon
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.

Tour de France The Fun Way
While the roadies are pedalling up these classic TdF climbs, enduro rider Jerome Clementz is whooping his way back down them, taking the rocky switchbacks and forest trails.

Classic Ride: Helvellyn
Which way should you go up this Lakeland must-do? And which way should you come down? There’s much debate to be had about the best routes on Helvellyn, but everyone agrees you have to ride one of them at least once. James Vincent takes us on his pick of the options.

Staying Professional
Geoff Waugh talks to Scott Beaumont about getting – and keeping – sponsors. Behind the Insta-bangers and high fives, it’s more businesslike than you might think.

Bike Test: British 29ers
British manufacturing ain’t dead. We test out three full suspension 29ers from Orange, Robot Bike Co. and Swarf that showcase the range of modern manufacturing skills and processes currently happening in the UK.

Interview: Dan Stanton
Ian Bailey talks philosophy and company ethos and ‘a different kind of capitalism’ with the man behind Stanton bikes.

Malvern Magic
Chipps dons his tie-dye T-shirt and Oakley Mumbos and reminisces about the original Malvern Hills Classic ahead of the new version of it, returning to our fields this year.

The First Trail Centre
Chipps tells the story of the UK’s oldest trail centre: Coed Y Brenin, where the first trails still offer great riding, with the bonus of being away from the crowds.

Hutchinson Tyres
James Vincent goes on a whirlwind tour of the French home of Hutchinson tyres.
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