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We hit the DH World Champ’s local trails a few issues back (138) to find out what powers her on her rides (mostly muffins and Christmas cake, it seems) and her goals for the future following her DH success.
In the new issue of What Mountain Bike (on sale July 31), we give you the lowdown on what you can look forward to when the cream of the XC mountain biking crop descend on Essex to tackle the purpose-built Olympics mountain bike course.
On August 17-19, the heart of Welsh mountain biking – Llanwrtyd Wells – will play host to cross-country enduro event, The Ritchey Trail Masters powered by Mercedes-Benz Vito Sport.
The three-day event will see solo or team of three riders test themselves over three demanding days packed with classic cross-country trails and challenging timed sections. If you can’t commit to the three-day challenge, test yourself on the day ride on the Saturday.
When you’re not in the saddle, there are plenty of activities for your friends, family and support crew to enjoy including fun rides, test courses, films and kids’ activities. After the riding draws to a close for the evening there will be live music, on-site bar and loads more. Even better, the activities are included in the price of your entry fee.
For more information, advice and features check out the guidebook and book that all-important place, see www.trailmasters.cc
The skills area on the 7Stanes trails at Glentress has undergone a makeover, with new features to help make it more attractive to families, kids and beginners.
Take a look and see what the March issue of What Mountain Bike has in store for you…
Justin Loretz accompanies the winner of our SRAM competition and proves that you’ve got to be in it to win it
Some more tenuous and harder to scan than others, but feel free to sing along and find out what’s in January’s issue of What Mountain Bike!
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!
If you were involved in any form of cycle accident last year in the UK, you weren’t alone. Around 134,000 were reported in 2010 – 2660 of those serious – which is a 2% rise from 2009.