Press release from the guys at Rutland Cycling about their May 19/20 demo days
If you've picked up our tenth anniversary issue, you'll have read our best and worst of the decade feature. Now we want to know what…
James Madelin, the guy who wrote the overseas feature in our April issue has been in touch with some video footage. Check it out!
BBC to show MTB news feature over easter weekend.
A day of Bike Trail Maintenance, Trail Building, Food and Social Shenannigans.
Part one of Danny's longtermer instalments is here, online.
Rock 'n' Roll adventures are now offering trips to the Pyrenees — read on for all the details...
If there's a blocked trail in your area, go to this new CTC site to get it sorted.
Forestry Commission Scotland is on the lookout for business people who would like to run an uplift service at Innerleithen.
Knolly have a new base and a new pricing structure in the UK, saving potential buyers a stack of cash. Read on for more
Intense have some sweet new rides for 2007, there's more pics in the March issue of MBR, on sale 07/02/2007
No Fuss is expanding its lineup of events with a new '10' series
Many thanks to the 340 MBR readers and IMBA members who filed returns. The results can be found at http://www.imba.org.uk/index.php?page=Score_Card_2006.…
For 2007 there's another big event for the diray — the TransScotland
Artists and arts practitioners are being offered the opportunity to bring art to mountain bike trails in the South of Scotland, as part of the…
Try before you buy with Specialized and Giant this Spring
Wiggle has teamed up with Kona to offer a money-can't-buy prize that's even got us slightly jealous.
MBR Photographer Geoff "Guff" Waugh has produced a limited run of books on the cycling mecca that was Eastway.
Cut Gate gets a makeover
Empire Cycles will be an entirely new venture, offering a unique downhilling machine