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A wide range of gears and AVID disc brakes are good additions to the Eastway frameset

Eastway FB4.0 hybrid

The Eastway FB4.0 hybrid is a bike well suited to city riding; we put it through its paces

£599.00
Score 7

Raleigh Strada 6

Raleigh Strada 6

The Raleigh Strada 6 is well-equiped with Shimano Sora components and hydraulic disc brakes, but don't push it too far beyond the daily commute

£650.00
Score 8

BMC1

BMC Alpenchallenge AC01 Sora

The BMC Alpenchallenge may be a hybrid by name, but with a Shimano Sora groupset, a racy frame shape, and internal cabling, definitely has road credentials

£1,000.00
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

Bianchi Camaleonte 3

Bianchi Camaleonte 3

Two hybrids from Bianchi and Wilier mix Italian flair with flat bars and relaxed gearing. So which one fired us up the most?

£950.00
Score 9

Wilier Bassano

Wilier Bassano

Wilier's Bassano sits atop the ‘Weekend' range. It's by far the best specced and best looking of the three bikes the brand offers, and personally I think it just edges…

£999.00
Score 9

Mountain bike versus hybrid

Mountain bike versus hybrid: Test lab

So a hybrid is just a mountain bike with bigger wheels and slicker tyres on, right? Professor Lamy dons his lab coat and gets out his Bunsen burner to experiment

Cannondale Quick 3

first ride: Cannondale Quick 3 £800

26th January 2011 Matt Levett thinks the Cannondale Quick 3 "certainly looks like an evolution for the hybrid." Let's see how it works out on the road.