The London Bike Show will return to the ExCeL Centre over 12-15 January 2012 bigger and better than ever – and we’ve arranged an exclusive discount for What Mountain Bike readers (read on for more info). Not only that, but we’ve got 10 pairs of tickets for WMB readers to win, too!
After a year of talking about it, preparing for it and getting excited about it, the TransRockies X is finally here. Mark Almond and Gordon Dickson aka Team What Mountain Bike/Red Cloud are getting ready to go, as Mark explains
Just because the economy’s depressed, you don’t have to be. Follow our budget tips and we’ll show you how to get the best out of your bike for less.
Dave Buchanan went out for a ride and came back as the first man to ride the length of Wales and back again non-stop – all 59 hours, 448 miles (721km) and 73,162ft (22,300m) of climbing of it.
In issue 118 we opened our competition to find one rider to pair with Mark Almond of Red Cloud MBC to take on the mighty TransRockies X race in Canada.
We’ve rounded up 10 inspiring rides to be found in the UK for you to get out and enjoy
Steve Worland takes a look at the new generation all-rounders with MTB-influenced geometry set to take the Whyte brand into new territories.
They say a week in politics is a long time, and it might well be, but I can guarantee it’s not as long as a week at the world’s biggest cycling show held annually in Southern Germany…
“If you put your mind to it…” Keith Bontrager on widgets, English mud and tomatoes.
Words and photos Dan Milner
“I’m Mr Product.”
Tom Ritchey on life’s knocks, the birth of dirt and racing wooden bikes in Africa.
Words and photos by Dan Milner