We are stocked to be stocking Shredder MTB zine in our Store.
Stu Leel, the man behind Shredder, is one hell of a legend. The zine is a side-project (he works a real job to help fund it) but it gets more love put into it than probably any other print product in mountain biking.
Shredder is an A5-size zine with hundreds of pages packed full of amazing photography, artwork, reporting and interviews. It’s a window into the core gravity scene and a handy way to top up your print collection.
About Shredder MTB Zine
Shredder is the absolute core of mountain biking. It is Scottish made by Stuart Leel, fuelled by passion and a total love of the sport. It’s more than just a window onto a local scene though: Shredder brings in features and characters from scenes all over the world, some you won’t have heard of before, some you’ll have never seen represented in this way.
‘Shredder MTB Zine is a new age MTB counter-culture publication. We take pride in focussing on the more creative side of mountain biking by featuring humble, creative and often underrated riders based all around the globe.’ — Stuart Leel, Shredder founder
Top-notch photography, distinctive design, varied writing. In short, it is bloody amazing.
Shredder is produced on a ‘when the time is right’ basis, ensuring every issue is just as good or better than the last one.
Get your copies of Shredder on our Store now.
FOUNDER-DIRECTOR: James McKnight
CO-DIRECTOR: Ben Winder
CO-DIRECTOR: Mike Rose
CO-DIRECTOR: Victor Lucas
CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Chris Jones
Morgane Charre: Research
Harriet Jones: Management
Sven Martin: Photography
Boris Beyer: Photography
Sebastian Schieck: Photography
John Parkin: Legendary
Ric McLaughlin, Paul Aston, Lauren Jenkins, Tom Caldwell, Jon Gregory, Chris Kilmurray, Kerstin Kauffmann, Chris Jackson, Pedro Ballin, Alan
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