Cross Fell Killer FOUND!

Shelley Barlow, from Cumbria, found the last killer in the series. Congratulations and here's her story:

Cross Fell Killer Coordinates

The headline’s a little misleading I’m afraid as there are no coordinates for the ultimate Killer Loop – a mishap with the GPS unit meant it crashed and lost all…

Hope factory tour

Which came first, the hub or the brake? Hope has just released a video detailing the history of the company, which answers this mighty question, and includes a factory tour.

Scottish election results

Last summer’s World Cup at Fort William was the best UCI downhill event of the season, according to UCI riders, winners and journalists. The Scottish mountain bike mecca polled the…

Richie Schley Chronicles on

Freeride legend Richie Schley has starred in more films than he’s had broken bones and torn ligaments. A lot. Now he’s turned his attentions to the other end of the…

Spot the Ball

Here’s a little taster of Chris Ball’s new Dirt School's MTB instructional DVD. We’re hoping to get hold of the full DVD for the next issue, so we’ll let you…

North Downs night ride

The Evans Cycles Ride It! series visits the Surrey Hills this week with a couple of night rides, all mapped out with reflective arrows to make navigation a doddle.

MPs demand 20mph speedlimit

The Transport Select Committee has called on the Government to introduce more 20mph speed limits in urban areas, something the CTC said would encourage more people to ride their bikes.

Dalby to host XC race series in 2009

The British Mountain Bike Series has some changes to its XC races for 2009, chief among them the inclusion of a new course and venue at Dalby Forest – a…

Pont Scethin winner

The penultimate killer treasure has been found after a solo night raid by Steve Large from Warwick. Here’s his story.

VAT cats

Cycling clubs across the UK could be in line for thousands of pounds of VAT repayments, following a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ). The ECJ ruled…

Strathpuffer 24

Body: The world’s only winter 24 hour mtb race is seriously tough. It runs for 17 hours of total darkness through the Highlands, for heavens sake — your breath will…

Work begins at Nevis range

Work is well underway at the new red-graded downhill track at Nevis Range, with three sections of the trail so far completed after just a month’s trail building.

Work begins at Glentress

Work has begun on a new multi-million pound visitor centre at Glentress’s Tweed Valley Forest Park.

Something for the weekend

The day before the weekend, most events are crammed to capacity, but we’ve managed to find you three that may sate your lust for riding.