What Mountain Bike Reviews
Description:Quarterly magazine on mountain bikes.
Newest Review: ... to buy a good magazine to guide my purchase. I bought two, MBUK and this 'What Mountain Bike' magazine. This one was a lot ... more
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Customer What Mountain Bike Reviews (5)
by - written on 18/10/00, updated on 18/10/00 (Very useful, 2486 readings)
What mountain bike is another of the Mountain Bike magazines that are available on the newsagents shelves. This one comes out only once a quarter, so its £3.75 price tag is reasonable, especially considering it is mostly content, rather than adverts. The late summer (2000) issue covered a wide variety of topics, ranging from Bike reviews to in-depth articles on women and mountain biking (anatomy, bike fit etc). As with most mags, this contains its fair share of reviews of highly (in the thousands of pounds) expensive mountain bikes, which as far as Im concerned are usually owned by either a professional or a poser who can usually be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/08 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Having always been interested in mountain biking, I had not been on a bike for around four years. My son is not biking, so I wanted to get a new bike to accompany him. Things have changed so quickly, with lots of new technology, so I wanted to buy a good magazine to guide my purchase. I bought two, MBUK and this 'What Mountain Bike' magazine. This one was a lot better purchase for those needing guidance. The whole magazine is set out pretty similar to MBUK. Lots of articles about the writers rides, individual product reviews and the latest bikes are tested. What sets this magazine apart from the rest is the section toward the back. The 'Buyer's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/01, updated on 27/09/01 (Useful, 803 readings)
Other than MBR, What MountainBike?, is one of my favorites. This mag comes out quarterly, but if you want it make sure you're there when it enters the shops, as, even though its just a mag, it sells out in no time. Its similar to MBR by the fact that its not just downhill/jumping orientated, like many others such as MBuk are. As it comes out 4 times a year, its always packed full of reviews and bike tests. The best part of the mag for me is the way they do the testing. Other mags will do a variety of different products, but only one model from each type. On the other hand What Mountain Bike?, tests, for example, every single brake ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/02, updated on 01/04/02 (Useful, 797 readings)
Like most folk I don't have £2000 pounds to spend on a bike, or £100 to spend on a set of handle bars, so it was a refreshing change to come across a magazine that seems to be a bit more in tune with your average (i.e. skint) mountain biker. Published every couple of months, What Mountain Bike manages to fit much more of interest between it's covers than either MBR or MBUK. Core to this success are the product tests. The tests are comprehensive and cover a good range of examples of the subject. But more importantly they check out the sort of regular stuff you find down your local bike shop and not just the specialist hardcore and expensive bits that often ... Read the complete review
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