June & July 2015
Welcome to the June & July 2015 issue of Mountain Bike Tales where our editors have finally found the formula to balancing time spent in the saddle with time spent clacking away on their keyboards. They are now sun-burnt with carpal tunnel.

This month we delve deep into the fitness watch scene with reviews of the Misfit Shine and Soleus Rise. We've got your guide to going tubeless in 5 easy steps, the secret to dialing in your fork's rebound, what a Meat Chip tastes like, just how illuminating the Fenix BT30R biking light really is and even deliver a review on an Australian-inspired safari hat that blocks the sun's harmful rays in the process.

Of course, we also return with all of our usual rants and goodies. Check it out, and as always, we welcome your feedback. editor@mountainbiketales.com

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