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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  |  104  


Hans Rey – No Way? Yes Way! 30 years as a sponsored bike rider. Hans must be doing something right. We chat over burgers and beer.

Bike Test: Hardcore Hardtails – We test three examples of that very British of bike categories: the long forked hardtail, with bikes from Ritchey, Onza and Chromag.

Classic Calderdale – Sim ponders our need to name trails and places on a guided tour of Singletrack’s own home trails.

Trail helmets – 12 (count them!) trail helmets ridden and rated.

Early Rider – a profile of a company that’s making kids’ bikes cool again
Nepal – Spectacular views and bikepacking courtesy of Miranda Murphy, Todd Weselake and Steve Shannon.

Joe Barnes – A profile of enduro racer, former downhill racer and Dude of Hazzard Joe Barnes.

Shimano: behind the blue veil – Chipps goes to Japan (and Singapore) to see what makes this very private company tick.

Retro Bikes – Were the good old days better, or just different? Warning: may contain pictures of alarming outfits.
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 104.

FADING IN BEFORE WE FADE OUT CHIPPS LOOKS AT THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE CYCLING TAN. The rest of the magazine is not this disturbing, honest.PICTURE BY GLENDA TUDOR WARD There’s a very identifiable colour to a British cyclist in about...
BIKEPACKING NEPAL THE EARTHQUAKE HIT COUNTRY NEEDS MORE THAN AID IT NEEDS CYCLE TOURISTS LIKE US. PICTURES BY STEVE SHANNON & TODD WESALAKE The most striking part of travelling is the connection you can find with a...
DOING ZE WHEELIE CHIPPS PROFILES THIS POPULAR RIDER’S REINVENTION FROM COMPETITOR TO ADVENTURE RIDER TO PERSONALITY AND BRAND AMBASSADOR PICTURES BY CHIPPS AND CARMEN REY There are many versions of Hans Rey. There hav...
BORN TO BE CHILD BARNEY TRAVELS TO THE POSH SOUTH TO GET RAD WITH BIKES MADE FOR YOUNG FOLKS A THIRD HIS HEIGHT. EARLY RIDER Henley-on-Thames is a town best known for rowing. As such, it’s perhaps not the first pla...
JOE BARNES JOE BARNES IS A MAN OF CONTRADICTIONS: A SERIOUS RACER, AND A FRIVOLOUS LOON. A LOOSEY GOOSEY RIDER WHO KNOWS EXACTLY WHERE HE’S PLACING HIS TYRES; A POPULAR MOUNTAIN BIKE FILMMAKER WHO THEN RUINS ALL...
THE BIG BUSINESS OUTDOORS THINK YOU HAVE TRAIL ISSUES? DANN ALBRIGHT LOOKS AT THE DELICATE AND SOMETIMES BITTER BALANCE BETWEEN WALKERS AND BIKES IN THE USA. Here in the States, there’s a big dust-up between mountain bikers a...
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Singletrack   |   104   


Hans Rey – No Way? Yes Way! 30 years as a sponsored bike rider. Hans must be doing something right. We chat over burgers and beer.

Bike Test: Hardcore Hardtails – We test three examples of that very British of bike categories: the long forked hardtail, with bikes from Ritchey, Onza and Chromag.

Classic Calderdale – Sim ponders our need to name trails and places on a guided tour of Singletrack’s own home trails.

Trail helmets – 12 (count them!) trail helmets ridden and rated.

Early Rider – a profile of a company that’s making kids’ bikes cool again
Nepal – Spectacular views and bikepacking courtesy of Miranda Murphy, Todd Weselake and Steve Shannon.

Joe Barnes – A profile of enduro racer, former downhill racer and Dude of Hazzard Joe Barnes.

Shimano: behind the blue veil – Chipps goes to Japan (and Singapore) to see what makes this very private company tick.

Retro Bikes – Were the good old days better, or just different? Warning: may contain pictures of alarming outfits.
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  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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