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The latest issue of MBR is out now, packed full of inspiring ideas and route maps to help you find new places to get out and ride.

What about the magazine itself? Here’s a taste of what you’ll find inside…

Do-it-all Trail Bikes: Do-it-all are the words on everyone’s lips at the moment. Is it possible to find that Holy Grail of all-round performance for the £2,000 mark? We test three bikes that might just live up to the claim.

The Wight Stuff: The mainlanders just don’t know what they’re missing… Just a short ferry trip across the Solent lies a land of natural trails, gorgeous coastal views and a trail centre run from a shipping container by a schoolboy.

The Art of Flight II: Now you’ve mastered hops and drops it’s time for your air-time educator Olly Wilkins to show you how to put those skills to use. This month it’s tabletops and their more intimidating cousins – doubles.

Trail Centre Focus – Llandegla: Can the trail centre renowned for delivering a family-friendly, old-school cross country experience deliver enough thrills for an enduro convert?

Baggy Shorts: Make the most of the rest of summer with these stylish and practical shorts

Tested: Cane Creek DBinline Shock, ShredXS Kids jersey and shorts, Selle San Marco Dirty Native Pro saddle, Dianese Hybrid knee guard, Answer Protaper Carbon SL bar, Wolf Tooth Components Drop-Stop chainring, Alpkit bike packing kit, Amplifi Orion 12 backpack, Wolf Tooth Components expander cog, Madison Alpine gloves.


Are the latest breed of 140mm trail bikes versatile enough for our testers?


The Isle of Wight is hiding some great riding a short swim from the mainland


Jump around! Olly Wilkins will have you tackling doubles with confidence


Llandegla is a stalwart of the trail centre scene, what can it offer in the modern day?


Keep cool and look cool with our baggy shirt test