From the publisher
The latest edition of [R]evolution is absolutely brimming with epic content and it all kicks off with a very special front cover by Aussie artist Nick Hills, AKA ‘Hills Hoist!’ Nick is also an amazing rider but you’ll discover that for yourself when you check out his multipage interview inside. Headlining our feature articles is a piece called ‘Raising Champions’ where we sit down with the A’Hern family to learn about their remarkable journey of raising Kye and Sian. In our ‘Pro Bike Checks from Yesteryear’ feature we catch up with a handful of iconic downhillers for a chat about some of the famous machines they used to race. We know you love the latest tech so get ready to read our in-depth trail notes about how SRAM’s new GX AXS performs. And prepare to have your mind blown when you check out the insane custom painted Giant Reign Advanced Pro that we’ve featured. Hey, have you noticed that bike shops have been a little empty recently and wondering what’s going on there? In this issue of the mag we’ll explain the current supply chain issues that are effecting bikes and parts. We’re also featuring the first edition of Baxter Maiwald’s new regular column ‘Diaries Of A Professional Trail Builder’. Then one of the most stylish riders on the face of the planet, Dan Booker, will teach you how to throw the perfect whip. We’ll then take you to the races with trackside coverage from the recent AusCycling National Champs down at Maydena. We’ve spent the past few months testing 4 sets of the most popular trail brakes on the market and we’ll outline the strengths and weaknesses of each set. Of course you’ll also find all of your favourite regular [R] content inside the new mag including the latest news, bike reviews, rider columns, galleries, and a whole lot more!
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