What’s in the May-June-July issue of Mountain Biking Australia?

There’s no doubt we’ve suffered a rocky start to 2020 and so MBA has worked hard to bring you a magazine you can lose yourself in. 

The best way to enjoy the magazine is to subscribe. You’ll get all four issues delivered to your door as well as instant digital access. CLICK HERE to join one of the best MTB communities in the world! 

In the meantime, here’s what you can look forward to in our upcoming issue: 

  • Expert reviews of the Pivot Switchblade, Merida e-ONE Sixty and Intense Primer.

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  • Exclusive report on Talbingo MTB Club’s plans to build the biggest downhill descent in Australia. 

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  • Wollondilly-Macarthur MTB Club’s mammoth effort to rebuild their trails. 

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  • Michelin Wild Enduro and Panaracer XC tyres put to the test. 

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  • Obesity Crisis: Another side to the great e-MTB debate. 

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  • Plus much, much more! 

Be sure to check your letterbox or head down to your local newsagent soon to pick up a copy! 

Bicycling Australia

Headline features include a frame that is 130g lighter than the previous model, a 16% reduction. The new frame is 703g, and the new fork is 329g, bringing the frame to just over the 1kg mark.

The URS LT (Long Travel) offers adjustable front suspension, via a dial on the top of the stem, that controls the bike’s integrated coil-sprung fork.

Raced over the most arduous and thrilling World Championship course in years, and in front of hundreds of thousands of screaming fans, the atmosphere was absolutely electric.