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‘Wales. Made For Bikes’ – but maybe not all mountain bikes?

Welsh Cycling has revealed its rebrand to ‘Beicio Cymru‘ and a new ‘Wales. Made for bikes’ strategy. The strategy document reads like a bit of a mix of tourism/participation promotion...

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Eurobike 2024 – Chipps went so you didn’t have to

Chipps gives the Singletrackworld members his personal takeaways from the massive 2024 Eurobike Show, held recently in Frankfurt. I reckon it’s coming up on 30 years since my first Eurobike...

It’s Time To Subscribe To Get Your August Edition of Singletrack!

Whether you’re planning lazy days by the pool, sheltering under damp canvas in a field, or endless party laps in the mountains, we hope you’ll find at least some down...

Red Bull Crankworx Whistler crowds

Crankworx – What is it and why it should be on your bucket list

The next round of the Crankworx World Tour takes place on the 19th – 28th July in Whistler, Canada. Here’s our short Singletrack guide to Crankworx. Crankworx is no ordinary...

Crankbrothers BC18 SOS Bottle Cage Tool Kit review

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Bike Check: Dawley Bikes T16

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Julbo Forest MIPS helmet review

Helmets

Fresh Goods Friday 713 – The Lasting Gasping Winning Edition

Fresh Goods

NBD: Flow eBMX, Trek Top Fuel, YT Decoy SN, Kona Process 153 & 134…

News

Madison Saracen Factory Race Team to cease racing at the end of 2024

In surprise news that would have been pretty unthinkable a few years back, but is now almost no surprise at all, Madison Saracen Factory Race Team has announced it will...

Starling Cycles Mega Murmur review

The Starling Mega Murmur, as you may be able to guess by the name, is the bigger travel Murmur. 165mm of rear travel paired with 170mm travel forks up front....


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Crankbrothers BC18 SOS Bottle Cage Tool Kit review

Crankbrothers BC18 SOS Bottle Cage Tool Kit is undeniably expensive for a bottle cage and multitool combo but I would say the long-term value and peace of mind are worth...

Julbo Forest MIPS helmet review

This Julbo Forest MIPS helmet is a bit more towards the gnar-oriented side of open-face helmets yet still feels nice and light to wear. Is this the perfect all rounder...

Starling Cycles Mega Murmur review

The Starling Mega Murmur, as you may be able to guess by the name, is the bigger travel Murmur. 165mm of rear travel paired with 170mm travel forks up front....

Madison Code Breaker Sunglasses review

If you want a three lens eyewear option, the value for money is clearly present on these Madison Code Breaker Sunglasses 3 Pack. The first pair of riding glasses I...


Product Highlights

Product Highlight – invisiFRAME

We can’t turn back the clock, but it’s never too late to fit an invisiFRAME kit. Suitable for new and used bikes, their bespoke kits precisely fit a huge array…

Bike Highlight: Cotic Solaris

Solaris is THE trail hardtail. Over 20 years of hardtail heritage, development and character has distilled the Solaris into your downcountry tool of choice

Highlight: Niner Jet 9 RDO

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT: For this 14-year span, the JET has always maintained a place in the Niner range. The latest iteration affirms the JET 9 RDO as one of the best…

Calibre Bossnut fans at Leeds Urban Bike Park.

Calibre T3: You are their factory rider

Mountain biking is expensive, isn't it? The folks at Calibre don't think it needs to be.


Members' Content

Eurobike 2024 – Chipps went so you didn’t have to

Chipps gives the Singletrackworld members his personal takeaways from the massive 2024 Eurobike Show, held recently in Frankfurt. I reckon it’s coming up on 30 years since my first Eurobike...

Red Bull Crankworx Whistler crowds

Crankworx – What is it and why it should be on your bucket list

The next round of the Crankworx World Tour takes place on the 19th – 28th July in Whistler, Canada. Here’s our short Singletrack guide to Crankworx. Crankworx is no ordinary...

Bike Check: 18 Bikes Full Suspension Prototypes

Peak District based 18 Bikes had two prototypes on display at Bespoked Manchester. Matt talked us through them. These two bikes are the first prototypes on what is already quite...

Readers’ Rides: Rick’s Custom Marino

Whether you’ve got a special new bike or just a bike that’s special to you, this is where you get to tell us about it! You send us your submissions, and...


Classic Ride

Issue 153 Classic Ride: Surrey Thrills

Despite Hurtwood being one of the UK’s busiest riding spots, its trail network relies heavily on the continued goodwill of landowners and volunteers. Adele takes a ride to find out...

Issue 152 Classic Ride: Riding the Dyfi

The Climachx trail in the Dyfi Valley offers a day out for those looking for an alternative to the Athertons’ neighbouring descents. There's more to this story BUT IT'S A…

Singletrack Issue 151 Classic Ride: Pendle Pootle

The STW team ride in the shadow of Lancashire’s Pendle Hill, site of many a 17th century witch trial. However, they didn’t find any witches; just mellow trails and tasty...

Singletrack World Classic Ride 150: Ben Mac Do It

Each year my friends and I take a trip to Scotland for a week during May bank holiday to enjoy the freedom of wild camping, the right to roam and...


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Living with an e-bike – Part Two

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New Shimano EP5 and E5100 motors revealed

Two new entry level type ebike motors from Shimano: the EP5 and E5100. The EP5 may well see some offroad action whereas the E5100 is heavily commuter-centric. The basic specs...

Focus Jam 2 SL 9.9 review

Mid-power eMTBs currently offer the best all-round mountain bike experience and the Focus Jam2 SL is the best mid-power experience I’ve had so far. Pros Cons There is a lot...

Cannondale Moterra SL: Deep Dive into Lightweight, Full Power eMTB

Cannondale describes this bike as “the lightest full power mountain bike ever”. But what does that mean? What is “full power” exactly? It’s a mountain bike first and foremost Before...

Triple Black Diamond ‘Helfare Highway’ comes to Caersws Bike Park

McLaren launches 161Nm torque eMTB range 

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Whyte ELyte 150 Works review

Bikes

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Interview: Medusa Cycles – Made In Manchester for Northern Grit

Two beautiful gravel bikes caught my eye – or were they looking at me? – at Bespoked, Manchester. Their builder, Pete, talked me through them – and his many talents...

Interview

GRX RX825 Di2 Wireless Groupset Launches today!

In one of the least surprising announcements of the gravel year, Shimano today has announced an electric version of its popular GRX groupset. If the big news of August 2023’s...

Shimano GRX RX820 Mechanical Gravel Groupset review

Chipps, perhaps perversely, specified his test on Shimano GRX RX820 to cope with gravel riding that was more mountainous than groomed, how did he get on? Pros Cons When ‘new’...

Trek Velocis MIPS helmet review

The Trek Velocis MIPS is the brand’s lightest road* helmet. Improved ventilation and channelling. The MIPS Air system is designed to improve comfort and protection. The single-lace BOA fit system....

Scott Addict Gravel 10 Review

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Redshift Sports ShockStop PRO Suspension Seatpost RT Review

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Redshift Sports ShockStop PRO Stem review

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