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MBUK 288 on sale today!

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | 08/03/2013 08:47am

Our latest issue is in the shops now – here’s what’s in it

There’s a ton of good stuff in MBUK 288. Here are just a few of our highlights…

Hardcore hardtail biketest – four of the best for under £800. Harder hitting for double the fun!

First rides on the Santa Cruz Chameleon, Trek Remedy 9 and DMR Bolt [Long]

How to keep your flow – skills and drills to help you maintain momentum so you glide along every trail.

New rides! Big Ride route that takes some Coed-y-Brenin trail centre classics and gives them a new twist, plus a Wrecking Crew ride around Peaslake in Surrey – stomping ground of Brendan Fairclough.

The Olympic XC track at Hadleigh farm

We find the hardest trail we’ve ever ridden… in Essex. Yep, the Olympic XC course is a real beast!

Hong Kong is one of the busiest places in the world, but we find a singletrack haven just a stone’s throw from the chaos.

Best holiday ever? Cal Jelley takes the ultimate tour of Northern California to ride the birthplaces of mountain biking! This month he stops off in Tahoe

Retro Super Bike – a beautifully restored Yeti Arc AS/Lt that’s truly one of a kind

Sam Reynolds reveals all about the massive crash that broke his back at, his road to recovery and his competition comeback at White Style.

Mini adventure: Jake rides the first ever Mini Enduro at Haldon Forest and finds a fun, accessible entry to racing!

Six of the best baselayers rounded up and rated.

Cool CCTV shots of Bristol night-time street riding.

15 suspension forks tested – which one would make the best upgrade for your bike?

Plus you get a free Alpine Ride guide and pull-out route maps!

MBUK 288 is in the shops now – or why not subscribe so you never miss an issue?

Hong Kong might not seem the ideal mountain biking location, but we find a singletrack oasis away from the chaos

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