What Mountain Bike - Print Edition

What Mountain Bike - Print Edition

What Mountain Bike is the magazine for all cross-country and trail riders.

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What Mountain Bike is the magazine for all cross-country and trail riders. Written by the most respected team in the business, What Mountain Bike shows readers what to ride, where to ride and how to ride. Packed with inspiring writing and photography, it's an essential ingredient in any mountain biker's diet.

From the Editor

What Mountain Bike Editor

"What Mountain Bike is bigger than ever before - with a brand new 23-page Buyer's Guide and 14-page location-focused Routes Guide added to the mix. If you're looking to buy any new kit, then this is the place to go; all our reviews are by experts who tell you the truth and nothing but… Guaranteed!

If you're not drooling over all the stunning bikes, add-ons and accessories in the magazine, then you'll be deep into some of the excellent features or technique how-tos we do so well. But if you're skills are already up to scratch, then you'll be wanting to get out there and ride - and we can help you do just that with the highest quality routes - including full OS mapping and free .gpx downloads every issue.

If you're anything like us, when you're not out riding you'll be tinkering - but you need to know what you're doing, so we lay in all out on workshop, Q & A and how-to pages.

What Mountain Bike really is the most complete monthly mountain bike magazine you can get your hands on. Enjoy! "

Matt Skinner Editor - What Mountain Bike



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