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Lightweight Urgestalt Road Bike

Famous for the wheels that it 
had the audacity to call Standard, Lightweight has grown over the years and now has a few wheel options, but this is the first…

Score 9

Ridgeback Dual Track X3

Pinnacle Lithium Four

Matt Lamy takes Pinnacle’s brand-new Lithium Four hybrid for a spin to see where its heart lies — the urban jungle, or the off-road trail

Cube Peloton Race

Cube Peloton Race

Cube offers a great all-round package with its Peloton Race, £999

Score 9

Boardman Road Comp

Boardman Road Comp

Boardman Bikes' Road Comp offers a lot for under £700

Score 9

Sensa Fermo

Sensa Fermo Cyclo cross bike

Sensa's Fermo cyclo-cross offering, with aluminium frame and Ultegra components for £1040

Score 7

Merida Ride 90

Merida Ride 90

Merida is one of the biggest bike manufacturers in the world and the established wisdom used to be that the company made bikes for countless other brands at its five…

Score 9

Dawes Clubman

Cinelli Gazzetta Della Strada

Cinelli’s steel-framed retro machine is undoubtedly nice to look at, but does the reality match the nostalgic reveries it conjures up?


Specialized Allez Elite review

Offering top performance at a commuter-friendly price, it’s easy to warm to Specialized mid-point Allez Elite model of its ever-popular range

Work Cycles Blue

Beg Bertie: First ride

He’s big and green, and he can carry about as much as the Incredible Hulk, but as Matt Lamy finds out, Beg Cycles’ Bertie is no monster

Time Fluidity L

Time Fluidity L

We test the mid-range model in Time's first women-specific bike line-up, the Fluidity L

Score 8

Tern Link Uno

Tern Link Uno folding bike: First ride

So it may have caused the Hon family to fall out big time, but at least the creation of Tern bikes has spawned some very nifty machines, such as this…

Orange RX9

Orange RX9: First ride

Off-road specialist Orange has produced its first multi-purpose machine for tarmac or tough terrain. Perfect if you like your riding smooth one day, and with gritty bits the next