The inaugural Bike and Triathlon Show will take place February 16-17 next year at Manchester Central
Vitus's brand new Escarpe 1 trail bike proves great value and even greater fun.
With 130mm of travel front and rear, the Kona Tanuki Deluxe is short on travel compared with many of its sub-£2k peers, but it still delivers plenty of smiles.
Altura's new baggy short, the Summit, joins the top of the pile.
If you're looking to build on your skills, your luck may be in — we've just seen a link offering a one hour lesson for just £16.
In April’s issue we ran a feature on funding your habit — how to afford your new bike. We spoke to the Bike Leasing Company’s Paul Mander-O'Beirne, who took us…
Bryton's new Rider 20 GPS computer is a trick piece of kit, and very affordable too
A trip to the Peak District beckons for JD, hiking with friends. But does he sneak his mtb in too and risk their wrath? Your help needed!
What did British rider and Olympic hopeful Annie Last think of the course at Hadleigh Farm? Find out in the June issue of mbr. Here’s a taster for now…
Racing your mates has never been easier, with the marriage of Garmin's budget GPS watch and a free app called Strava
The first round of the X-Fusion Enduro-1 All Mountain Race Series went down well at the Forest of Dean last weekend. And there's still time to enter for the next…
Part of the North Downs is under threat from oil drilling: can you help out?
Big wheels could dominate the cross country World Cup again this year, if the results from the first round at Pietermaritzburg in South Africa are anything to go by
We’ve got a full-on GPS watch test in this issue of mbr (May 2012), but if you’re skint there’s another way to record your rides by GPS...
Funny, quirky and pasty, it's the Dudes of Hazzard Movie — a summer's roadtrip of riding silliness around Europe
Watch this great little video featuring Kona rider Graham Agassiz taking on some seriously big mountains. Moody, dark and gnarly stuff.
What does mbr really think about 29ers? Simple — there are good bikes and bad bikes. Find out how the Trek Rumblefish shapes up...
It’s the slow creep of bike technology not the headline-grabbing boasts of ‘revolutionary products’ that leads to improvements
Mbr's mechanic Al Vines shows you how to convert your standard triple chainset to a double and bash with chain device, stopping chain slap in its tracks
Dafydd Davis takes us back to the first trail centre, Coed-y-Brenin, to discuss the future of mountain bike trails and the joys of riding with a baguette