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Sister mag MBUK has undergone a redesign, so head out to the shops now to get your hands on the first of the new-look issues!
The date has been set (20-22 May, 2011) for the UK round of the UCI Cross-country Mountain Bike World Cup in Dalby Forest, Yorkshire
Steve Worland takes a look at the new generation all-rounders with MTB-influenced geometry set to take the Whyte brand into new territories.
Southern California-based Fox clothing is about to launch a new spring 2011 range of clothing that is more focused towards cross-country and all-mountain riding than ever before.
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…
Specialized UK’s Jody Crawforth powered to the elite win in the What Mountain Bike Dirt Crit Champs powered by Rose Bikes yesterday, capitalising after two of the race’s early leaders punctured.
By James Costley-White
We’d only just recovered from last year’s Bike of the Year (BOTY) test when the behemoth that is the 2010 test shoved into view.