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    Which Mountain Bike Magazine is focused on cross country/singletrack

    Which US focused magazine covers singletrack riding, not downhill and flooding you with glamerous 90 feet in the air pictures?

    Thanks for replies.

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    Wondering also....?
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    Dirt Rag doesn't usually have a lot of DH or freeride material, plus their writing is always really good. Mountainflyer is also a REALLY good magazine that focuses mostly on colorado but a great magazine whether you live in colorado or not.

    http://www.mountainflyermagazine.com/

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    Mags

    I've got copies of both so thanks and I'll go ahead and subscribe then. I'd seen the Singletracks publication of UK and wondered if I was missing something similar here.

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    Order yourself Mountain Flyer Magazine. by far the best magazine ive purchased for riding. Although its centered around Rocky mountain riding, the writing and caliber of advertisers make a magazine anyone can enjoy

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    Lycra Monthly...
    their issues are sometimes spotty...
    Every once and a while there's alot of flow
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    +1 Mountain flyer. I have noticed that most mountain bike mags dont cover the east coast riding very much so to read a mag that covers mostly the Rockies isnt really that big of a deal to me!!
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    I used to subscribe to Mountain Flyer but I didn't renew after my subscription lapsed. It's not as good as it used to be. Dirt Rag has improved a lot so I get that now.

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