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Singletrack Magazine Singletrack - Issue 82 June 2013

  • Editorial: Chipps muses on big wheels, little wheels, and the ones in the middle.
  • UK Riding: The Croissant of Pain. Chipps and accomplices ride (almost) all of the Welsh reds in a weekend’s worth of hours, with the aid of some tartan PJs.
  • Big Column: Giant Bourbons and Onesies. Steve Worland considers why we look like what we look like.
  • Jewel of the Isle: Pete’s Eats. Benji Haworth gets intimate with Wales’ favourite sticky tabletops.
  • Stat of the Art: Bike Travel. How many of our forum pollsters have ridden out of the UK, then?
  • Column: Fashion Crimes. Old Man Ronson continues his satirical assault on your style choices.
  • Column: Airport Conventions. Flying somewhere with your bike this summer? You might not want to read this yet.
  • International Travel: Going Great in Garda. Dave and Sim rock out on the cliff edges of Italy’s stunning Lake Garda.
  • The Big Feature: Licensing the Alps. Dom Perry takes an in-depth look at the French guiding fiasco.
  • We Work Here: Fox Racing Shox. A look at the people designing your future shockers. Chipps does the chat and snap.
  • Subscribe to Singletrack: How to get our magazine in your hands or on your tablet.
  • Classic Ride: Lickey Hills, AKA: the North Worcestershire Alps. Benji goes back to simply playing in the woods.
  • Grinder: Another skip-full of shiny components dragged over rocks and roots.
  • Grouptest: All Round Rubber. One tyre to rule them all? Greg May and Benji Haworth take on the naysayers.
  • Bike Test: Bikes for Mountains. Will Lake gets his mitts on three all-rounders from Banshee, Orange and Trek.
  • Singletrack Premier Club: Proud owner of a Premier Members’ card? This is what it gets you…
  • We Just Work Here: Who does what, how to get in touch, what helped this issue on its way and who we’d like to thank.