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Editor – Danny Milner
Bike test editor – Alan Muldoon
Front section editor – Jamie Darlow
Our online editorial team
Richard Windsor, digital editor
Richard began working with sister site Cycling Weekly in 2013 alongside the then web editor, Nigel Wynn. Taking over as digital editor or Cycling Weekly and mbr in 2014, Richard coordinates site content and strategy with the team.
Benji Haworth, deputy digital editor
Benji joined the mbr in 2013, coming from Singletrack magazine. Benji is the leading news writer for the website, curates our comprehensive buyer’s guides and posts many of the reviews written by other members of the team.
Michelle Arthurs-Brennan, SEO
Michelle is MBR’s SEO wizard.
Danny Milner, editor
Danny heads the MBR editorial team both online and in print as well writing content and and appearing in video content on the website and on the MBR Youtube channel. Danny has been at MBR since 2002 and passionate about bikes all his life.
Alan Muldoon, bike test editor
Alan joined MBR in 2001 and has spent the last 18 years testing bikes and products. Extremely well respected in the industry, he has an in-depth knowledge of the market and an exceptional ability to assess a bike’s handling and performance.
Jamie Darlow, front section editor
Jamie is in charge of the front section of the magazine, but also regularly travels on new bike launches, tests bikes and products and stars in video content on our Youtube channel.
Another stalwart of the team, PB has been involved with MBR since the late nineties. He has been mountain biking from the very start, and now splits his time between freelance work for MBR and his coaching and trail building company, Trail Academy.
‘Crusher’ Kirkman raced DH and 4X during the early ’00s at an elite level, but despite retiring, he still can’t resist going flat out down the gnarliest tracks around. He’s a regular contributor to MBR bike tests and product tests and has built an extensive knowledge and experience of bikes and products over the years.
James Bracey, tech writer
Although now working full-time for Cycling Weekly, James is a mountain biker at heart, and still dabbles in the odd review when he has the time.
Videographers: Andrew Daley, Edward Westrop
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