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Carrera Crossfire 2

If you’re after a solid all-round hybrid bike for commuting to and from work both on and off tarmac, then the Carrera Crossfire 2 is a great option. As you’d…

£429.99
Score 7

The AnyRoad CoMax is the top model in Giant’s growing range of gravel bikes. With its strange looks, fat tyres and more relaxed geometry, this machine and its type occupy…

£1,399.00
Score 8

Raleigh’s cyclocross bike range comprises three carbon and five aluminium framed models, including three women’s-specific bikes. The RX Team is the top of the range. It’s a unisex bike, although…

£3,500.00
Score 9

The Vitus Venon VR Disc packs a lot of bike into a competitively priced package. We travelled to Calpe with test the bike with cycling legend Sean Kelly.

£1,799.99
Score 9

Vitus is a brand with an illustrious history in the bike world, producing the steel tubing used to make race-winning bikes in the 1970s then switching via lugged aluminium to…

£2,599.99
Score 9

Cervelo S5 1

We put the Cervélo S5 through its paces

£7,299.00
Score 8

Look's latest bike is a departure from its previously higher priced, race-orientated offerings. Starting at £1799, we tested the top spec £2199 Ultegra equipped model

£2,199.00
Score 8

The Liv Envie Advanced Pro 1 is the new top-end model from the Taiwanese brand as ridden by Marianne Vos

£3,699.99
Score 10

GT's Grade is a bike designed for gravel or adventure road riding. We’ve tested the range topping Carbon Ultegra version

£2,599.99
Score 9

A bike that performs well and looks great, The Light Blue Robinson is a solid choice as a winter ride

£1,399.99
Score 8

When deciding 2016 Cycling Weekly Bike of the Year we wanted to choose, quite simply, the bike that has impressed us the most. And this is the bike that we…

£2,699.00
Score 10

The B’Twin Ultra 720 AF is part of a new wave of aluminium frames that are threatening to dethrone carbon as the frame material of choice, especially at this price-point…

£1,050.00
Score 10

Established in Taiwan in 1972, Giant has been supplying high quality bikes to professionals – such as WorldTour team Giant-Alpecin – and amateurs alike for over 40 years. Part of…

£2,299.00
Score 9

Launched just ahead of the Giro d’Italia, the ultra light Merida Scultura has already claimed Grand Tour wins. The previous model was released in 2012, and the new Scultura is…

£2,300.00
Score 9

In the past if you were after a bike that would be as good in the hills as it was on the flat, then anything with disc brakes was immediately…

£3,299.00
Score 10

raleigh criterium sport

New for 2016, the Raleigh Criterium Sport is a £750 aluminium framed bike which comes equipped with the latest incarnation of Shimano Tiagra

£750.00
Score 9

Of all the new bikes that are arriving in 2016, the Scott Foil has received one of the most radical makeovers, with a completely new aero frame which thankfully addresses…

£5,999.00
Score 9

The new Cannondale SuperSix EVO is without question one of the best lightweight bikes we have ever ridden. Outwardly it looks very similar to the previous model however the new…

£2,999.99
Score 9

Sensa is a Dutch cycle manufacturer that produces an extensive range of road and mountain bikes. Its bikes are sold in the UK by Merlin Cycles who import representatives of…

£2,000.00
Score 8

This Scott Speedster 50’s design and paint job belie its low price and make it look like a much higher-spec ride. The slick looks and slight aero profiling to the down…

£599.00
Score 7

The Ridley X-Bow 10 Disc is a well-specced alloy cyclocross bike with classic geometry and component choice. It's good for commuting and general mixed surface duties but a bit heavy…

£1,199.99