For Cyclists, by cyclists - Cycling Active is a must have publication for road cycling enthusiasts. Launched in 2009 (and brought to you by the hugely experienced teams behind Cycling Weekly, Cycle Sport and Mountain Bike Rider), Cycling Active caters for todays' information hungry cyclists, providing a balanced mix of fitness advice, route guides, 'how to' guides and inspirational features, plus expert - and highly independent - bike and product reviews. It is essential reading for all levels of interest, from the occasional weekend rider, to more serious 'challenge' or sportive riders.
Mountain Bike Rider is the UK's leading magazine for trail riding, mountain bike enthusiasts. mbr aims to inspire readers to just get out and ride, by providing the very best advice about where, what and how to ride. Every edition delivers the ultimate mix of inspirational riding features, extensive bike and product reviews and superb advice - plus free UK route guides.
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What Mountain Bike is the magazine for all cross-country and trail riders. Written by the most respected team in the business, What Mountain Bike shows readers what to ride, where to ride and how to ride. Packed with inspiring writing and photography, it's an essential ingredient in any mountain biker's diet. If you're not drooling over all the stunning bikes, add-ons and accessories in the magazine, then you'll be deep into some of the excellent features or technique how-tos we do so well. But if you're skills are already up to scratch, then you'll be wanting to get out there and ride - and we can help you do just that with the highest quality routes.
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