In the December issue we counted down our favourite trails of 2011. Here are the downloadable GPS files so you can enjoy them too
MBR gets smitten by the trails of north-west Scotland
Download the free GPS route for this all-weather classic near Ambleside
Download the GPS route from our Exe Factor feature in the August 2010 issue.
Ride the Ambleside route from the March issue of mbr magazine
A tough climb followed by an equally gnarly descent makes this one of the Lakes' most rewarding challenges.
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.
This Brighton route, including Stanmer Park,hides a labyrinth of excellent, tight singletrack. Download two routes to follow around Brighton.
Download the Surrey Hills route GPS file from our November issue’s South London City Limits feature
Quiet country lanes and bridleways... and then the new Surface to Air downhill trail at Aston Hill
Ride Britain's Best Singletrack around Peaslake and the Surrey Hills: download our free GPS route and head for the hills
Download the route from the March 2015 issue
We test 16 mountain bike multi-tools. Light enough to put in your pack and carry all day, useful enough to fix a multitude of sins if your bike breaks.
Short-stem evangelists Pacenti now available direct to consumers (and dealers for that matter) in the UK and Europe.
Download the Torridon route and enjoy arguably the best section of descent in the UK. You might even find yourself laughing at the ridiculous grip on tap.
It might come as a surprise but Deity has never made a 35mm diameter handlebar and stem. All its bars have been 31.8mm. Until now.
Slippery singletrack, rocky horror shows, huge sea views and some delightful wooded combes; this Lynmouth route has the lot.
You don't need to head to the Highlands for your kicks when there's killer natural single track in sleepy Somerset