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Get ready for winter with MBUK 271 – on sale today!

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 16/11/2011 09:00am

The days might be getting colder, and the nights might be getting dark earlier, but there’s still one thing to look forward to – MBUK 271 is in the shops tomorrow!

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MBUK vs. the Pyramid of Pain!

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 23/03/2011 08:25am

Mega Training gets (even more) serious…

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Jamer and Ric hit the Lakes…

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 09/02/2011 17:34pm

We send the boys to Cumbria to ride some rocks.

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Trendy Bars

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 31/01/2011 12:30pm

Why I can’t get on with flat DH bars by Ric McLaughlin (age 26 1/2)

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BADOING!

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 26/01/2011 15:52pm

Insert your own ‘spring’ gag here…

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Soggy trails and damp pants

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 12/01/2011 15:52pm

You know it’s wet when you get that ‘squishy’ feeling…

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(What’s the story) Ric’s Giant Glory?

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 13/12/2010 12:31pm

The end of… Well, a year.

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T – is for tree, explains Justin Loretz

| Blog, What Mountain Bike | no responses | 23/11/2010 17:20pm

Have a think about your favourite ride, now have think about your favourite corner on your favourite ride. Chances are on the inside of that corner is a tree. Trees make up more than fifty per cent of the reasons for corners. See, trees are popular in the countryside cropping up, or should I say copsing up all over the place? you can’t just plot a straight line and gas it – not in the woods. These leafy bark covered beauties define the terrain we ride. That is, until they’re not there anymore.

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In the fat burning zone

| Blog, What Mountain Bike | no responses | 18/11/2010 12:07pm

I’m writing this half way through November, which means my winter commuting is already well under way. Last week was 5 days of torrential rain and flooded towpaths to pedal through and this week it’s been severe frosts and ice. Which means streaming eyes and a river of snot to contend with. Where does all that liquid come from?

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Keeping it subtle.

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | no responses | 08/11/2010 08:30am

Ric gets some subtle new daps.

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