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Project Inbred nears completion

Nearly there… Some weeks ago we embarked on Project Inbred. The aim was to take one of On-One‘s Inbred frames and build it into a UK...

Project Inbred nears completion
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You're never alone with a root vegetable

A sequel to an article we haven’t yet published. Crazy, huh? I’m not going to fall over… “A little cheeky one won’t hurt”. “Stop mincing about and...

You're never alone with a root vegetable
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North Downs to North Shore

Claire Kendrick and friends Pete D and Pete L travelled to British Columbia to check out the legendary trails and find out how the North...

North Downs to North Shore
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BIKEmagic’s Magic weekend

If our grasp of the seasons is anything like correct, 21/22 September was the last weekend of the summer. We wondered what BIKEmagic members were...

BIKEmagic’s Magic weekend
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Letter from Frischi

Thomas Frischknecht scored a bronze in last weekend’s World Championship XC race, and in doing so amassed a record-number of World Champ medals for himself....

Letter from Frischi
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Cwmcarn fly with me

The first climb’s blooming tough It’s hard to imagine, as I spin up the first climb of the Twrch trail in Cwmcarn, that just over two...

Cwmcarn fly with me
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Cwmcarn fly with me: Part two

Desolation and a whole lotta danger After a brief spell of forest road ascending, you peak at the highest point of the trail. From here the...

Cwmcarn fly with me: Part two
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Geoff Kabush: A racing journal

Kaboom in action Photo: © Kona Team Kona rider, Geoff Kabush, made his mark on the international cross-country scene by taking ninth in the 2000 Olympics....

Geoff Kabush: A racing journal
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Dead Bike: the killing fields, part III

Sunday – Riding Frankenstein’s monster and Doc falls in love Dead Bike hangs resplendent, decorated in a tradtional sash Even riding to the start, the shortcomings of...

Dead Bike: the killing fields, part III
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Dead Bike: the killing fields, part II

Saturday – Pinecone dynamics and the realisation of a dream Saturday arrived like a bus: randomly late. None of us were ready, but clearly it wasn’t...

Dead Bike: the killing fields, part II
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Dead Bike: the killing fields

Friday – Meeting, drinking and the pants of wrath The ‘Dead Bike’ idea had come about some six months earlier on a dull February Friday. To...

Dead Bike: the killing fields
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Geoff Kabush: A racing journal

Kaboom in action Photo: © Kona Team Kona rider, Geoff Kabush, made his mark on the international cross-country scene by taking ninth in the 2000 Olympics....

Geoff Kabush: A racing journal
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Newkitmagic.com?

Why do we do it? Why are we such suckers? Why am I asking all these questions? Let me explain. A few weeks ago we had a...

Newkitmagic.com?
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Tal-Y-Bont Brecon Loop

7am on a Sunday is never a civilized time to haul one’s weary arse out of a warm comfortable bed. Even with the early spring...

Tal-Y-Bont Brecon Loop
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Hard to believe it’s in Britain

Why bother going abroad?   After the huge success of the trails at Coed Y Brenin, the Foresty Commission, Welsh National Assembly, Welsh Tourist Board and others...

Hard to believe it’s in Britain
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What did you do last weekend?

Yesterday you asked for – “If anyone finds any real news, notices something vaguely amusing on their way into work or perhaps even had something...

What did you do last weekend?
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What's the best bit then? Why do you ride?

My wife and I have an agreement. She doesn’t lament my continuing absence from all things child rearing and I don’t wince, at least publicly,...

What's the best bit then? Why do you ride?
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Scoop’s Scooter - the 300 mile MOT

300 miles and still rockin’ It’s been a while since we did an update on the scooter – our project ‘custom’ bike – so I thought...

Scoop’s Scooter - the 300 mile MOT
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Stoke-on-Trent to Singapore, by bike

A small group of cyclists has completed a mammoth ride from Stoke-on-Trent to Singapore, covering 22,000 miles of very varied terrain and cultures, largin’ it...

Stoke-on-Trent to Singapore, by bike