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Issue 84
In this issue:
Chipps provides you an unconventional tip for smooth trail riding: basically you miss most of it out. 
UK Adventure - Flat Planet.
Chipps picks up the gauntlet rather lovingly thrown down by a reader - challenging him to explore the "mountains of Lincolnshire...
Quite good is apparently the new "awesome" - we're not quite sure that puts "bloomin awful" though? Steve Worland provides an explanation. 
Meerkats new reality: Golf is not a sport and football is boring - couldn't have put it better ourselves.
Jewel of the Isle: The Cycle Hub.
Olly Townsend takes a trip oop north to Newcastle's very own cycle-friendly cafe.
What a tool! 
Singletrack's guide to the perfect toolkit - trail tools take president in this issue.
We Work Here: Life on the Front Line.
Do mountain bike guides live the dream? Or is it just a daily nightmare? Olly spills the beans.
International Travel: Bludgeoned by Awesomeness.
Joe Schwartz saddles up for Canada’s BC Bike Race. All 350km of its twisty, technical, mountain bike nirvana self.
International Travel: Aloha Oahu!
Volcanic beaches, tropical forests and hand-hewn, virgin singletrack. We join Steffi Marth on her Hawaiian quest for the most enviable mountain bike holiday snaps of all time.
The Big Feature: Over The Water.
Northern Ireland’s mountain bike scene might have escaped your attention until now, but that’s about to change. We made a flying visit to Belfast and beyond to see what’s going on…
Classic Rides: The Isle of Man.
So near, and yet so far. Jon Sparks takes a turn around one of Britain’s three Crown dependencies.
Through the Grinder.
Ten pages of products roasted, ground and brewed into fine reviews for your coffee break pleasure.
Speed Date: Pyga OneTen 29in.
We take Pyga’s full suspension 29in trail bike for a quick once-around-the-block.
Grouptest: Baggy Shorts.
Still inflicting your Spandex-sheathed pins on the world? Read on and cover up.
Bike Test: 2014 Objects of Desire.

Three bikes from the office ‘most wanted’ list: the Ibis Ripley, Kinesis Sync and Santa Cruz Solo. 

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