The economics of trail building

While it is entirely possible to build a trail with no budget – by building some afternoons, weekends and relying on volunteers, most big projects completed today are done as contracts and with budgets writes AmaRider’s Meurant Botha. How much will it cost? This is certainly not an easy question […]

Ready, Steady, Go!

Have you had your eye on a stage race for a long time? Or have you lost a bet and are feeling awfully hung over, wondering how are you possibly going to get through this race? Either way, you need to get going with some good preparation to ensure a […]

Most Important Riding Tip

There is one tip for riding your mountain bike that every rider needs to do and it is one of the most abused mistakes in riding. If every mountain biker on the trail would take this one tip to heart, their riding would improve drastically writes the MTB Guru James […]

How to be Epic

For this edition, Rochez O’Grady has decided to hand it to you on a platter: how to be epic at the Cape Epic. This means what to do before, during and after an event – particularly for a long distance ride, so that you can perform at your peak. You […]

What an Epic month!

12 issues ago we started Full Sus. A little newspaper that had (has) big aspirations and was given very little chance at survival, but like the blokes that sleep in tents and are doing the Epic, we have gutsed it out. Realistically we are probably only on day two of […]