This month MBUK tells tales from the world's southernmost trails, the Dientes de Navarino in Patagonia, has a laugh with the 50to01 crew, and puts its collective experience and knowledge together, along with The Bicycle Academy, to create the ultimate UK hardtail.
Plus, four top-tier US trail bikes go head to head to see which gives the biggest bang for your buck, while 10 brakes from budget to bling get tested.
As well as all of that, MBUK checks out the riding from Long Mynd, one of the UK most picturesque trail spots, has some female-friendly bike tweaks, and the latest on SRAM's new Eagle AXS wireless groupset and dropper post.
MBUK's Great British hardtail
MBUK heads down to The Bicycle Academy to start its ambitious project to design and build the ultimate UK hardtail. Find out how Ed gets on as he turns the mag team's ideas in to reality.
Born in the USA
Four of America's top 29er trail bikes from Transition, Ibis, Pivot and Evil are put to the test to see if they can deliver the goods and provide maximum bike riding fun on this side of the pond.
Postcards from the edge
Dan Milner sets out to ride the world's southernmost trails in the unpredictable and untamed Navarino Island. Greeted by the island's only mountain biker and hostile weather, Dan finds out what riding lies south of tourism's reach.
Long Mynd, Shropshire
Find out how the natural trails of Long Mynd make for a great day out; rocky paths, tough climbs and sociable riding make the trails as good as the views.
We get the low down from Sam Richards of OneUp Components, as well as host of the Downtime Podcast Chris Hall and Hazzard Racing's head honcho Joe Barnes, to find out what's going on inside the industry.