For the off-road bicycle enthusiast, from the trail-rider to the ATB competitor, with bike tests, tech tips, racing coverage.

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Customer Reviews

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    Absolutely the best!

    I subscribed to Mountain Bike Action and then decided I would try Mountain Biking for a while. BIG MISTAKE! MBA is a far better magazine! The bike reviews are more thorough and the articles by Richard Cunningham are very informative. I have been involved in Mountain Biking for over twenty years and since its inception, this magazine has been the standard! ("Dirt Rag" is good, too!)

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    Best Mountain Biking Magazine Out There

    I have been mountain biking for over 7 years. (I don't count the first time around before suspensions.) I have been a reader of mountain biking magazines for almost 7 years. The only two magazines worth subscribing to are Bike and Mountain Bike Action. Mountain Bike Action is the magazine to read when you are looking for product reviews, web retailers, and technical advice. Read Bike for the pictures (and the stories). Bike is pure mountain biking porn and will make you yearn for warm days and moist singletrack. I read both of the above magazines cover to cover and keep recent copies in my "porcelain throne room". Old copies get saved for future reference....

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    MBA the only Mnt. Bike Mag you'll Need

    It took a couple of months to finally get my first mag which i couldn't find anywhere in this town. But it was worth the wait. MBA is a mag you'll literally read cover to cover because even the advertisements are good and some i'll be doing business with soon due to good pricing. Anyway, the mag gives you good tips and ideas along with reviews of products. Some of the verbage is over my head, but i'll catch on along the way. I thinks it's a good mag for beginner to Pro. I found myself even taking notes on some websites they refer to as good to go to to find trails to ride on. Keep up the good work MBA! Jim K. Casper Wyoming

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