Suunto have been making tools for explorers for some time now, and the guys have things pretty dialled in when it comes to making great products. The Ambit2 series of watches is their flagship range offering the most advanced technology that they have at their disposal. There are three models in the range, the Ambit2 Black, Silver and this special…
We head to the far north of Scotland, to a land of ancient mountains, secluded lochs and amazing trails to see why this area attracts the adventurous mountain biker back time and time again.
Steve Shannon heads to Vancouver Island to discover the lesser known areas of Cumberland and Hornby Island. Beautiful scenery, fantastic trails and super laid back locals all make up a fantastic area for mountain biking.
Sandra Sabitzer travels to the Azores Islands in the Atlantic and finds out what the riding has to offer. With beautiful coastlines, great trails and hot springs, it's a destination that could soon be on everyone's holiday tick list.
Will Simmons head to the tiny Principality of Andorra, nestled in the mountains between Spain and France and home of Commencal bikes. Andorra may be small, but the riding is huge!
A few different styles of bike in this issue from Commencal, Cube, Nukeproof, Ragley, Scott and Trek. Plus we have some new enduro lids on test!
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