Alan Muldoon

Alan Muldoon
whyte t-130

It's easy to quickly glance at the 2019 Whyte T-130 S and assume it’s the same as last year’s bike, albeit with fatter 2.6in tyres and a 140mm travel fork.…

trek remedy 8

Blink, and you could miss the latest round of revisions to the Trek Remedy 8. The biggest change to the frame is move away from Full Floater shock mount.

sonder evol

Regardless of the price point all Sonder Evol models share the same butted aluminium frame, with its four-bar suspension design delivering 140mm of travel.

kona hei hei

Kona is better known for its freeride bikes but it’s no stranger to XC racing either, the 100mm travel Kona Hei Hei being its weapon of choice.

cannondale scalpel

Cannondale Scalpel SE's extra travel front and rear, and components like 150mm dropper post, makes it a different animal to its race stablemates.

Scott Spark 940

The alloy Scott Spark 940 shares an almost identical frame design to the RC version but tweaks to the geometry and tubing really boost its trail confidence.

Kona Process 153 DL 29

The Process has evolved over the years and the latest Kona Process 153 DL 29 sports 153mm of rear travel and a 160mm fork, just like the 27.5in bike.

Cube Stereo 150

The 2019 Cube Stereo 150 29 is bang up-to-date with a stretched out, low-slung frame with neat features, great lines and added standover clearance.

Flowing singletrack has never been a calling card of the Lake District, which is perhaps why this little loop has become such a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.…

Mountain bike routes direct to your GPS - we've found a new way to let you download routes to GPS, through GPSies.com. Embedded below is a ride from Long Mynd…

A lot of people have been asking us for a GPS download of our route from Dorking Brighton from the January 2009 issue - well here it is.

This Epping Forest route is 95 per cent off-road and 90 per cent singletrack, so what it lacks in undulations, it makes up for with twisty, turny stuff.

For a taster of the mighty Lake District, without the macho climbs and nerve-shattering descents, try this gem just above Keswick.

December’s issue of mbr saw dep ed Denny Milman chasing around the Moors in search of singletrack and inner peace. If you liked reading about it, why not ride it?…