What’s in MBUK 275? New issue out now!
OK, it was out yesterday to be precise… but it’s still full of great stuff.
MBUK 275 is in the shops now! But what’s inside it, we hear you cry?
Well, for a start, there’s a six-bike test of long-travel hardtails. Their geometry is ideal for the UK, but which should you buy if you’ve got up to £1,500 to spend? Find out in the test!
If techniques are what you’re after, then you won’t want to miss Ric’s Trail Bike Trials feature – with the help of Chris Smith he looks at how the often-overlooked discipline of trials can do wonders for your overall riding.
Plus Doddy teaches you Real Skills For Real Hills and how to overcome all the natural obstacles you’ll find when riding natural terrain.
We put old against new with two carbon fibre kings of the the past and present – the latest GT Fury goes head to head with a 1998 GT Lobo.
All this, and you get a free chainstay protector and four free pull-out route maps!
MBUK 275 is in the shops now – or why not subscribe and never miss an issue – head to www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk to find out more!
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