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Boardman AiR 9.0

Chris Boardman knows better than anyone the value of aerodynamically efficient bicycles, and with his AiR range of bikes he’s put that knowledge to good use

£1,999.99
Score 9

DAWES-SPEC

Dawes is a mainstream British brand, specialist subject being steel-framed bikes — so that’s what we’ve got here topped off with Shimano Claris groupset

£849.99
Score 8

LAP-COMUTE

A modern road bike for an era when many people are opting for a drop-bar road machine as a daily commuter. If your trip to and from work is relatively…

£679.99
Score 8

Vitus Venon VR

A carbon frame with Shimano 105: if ever there was a ‘typical’ modern sportive bike, it’s the Vitus Venon VR

£879.99
Score 8

Specialized Roubaix SL4

The Specialized Roubaix is widely regarded as a superb sportive bike, but is this entry-level version as impressive as its better-specced brothers?

£1,300.00
Score 9

Merida Race 90

A cost-conscious road bike that's surprisingly strong on the climbs

£599.99
Score 8

Bell-Star-Pro-helmet

Does your head get hot in the summer and cold in the winter? Bell's Star Pro helmet allows you to control the amount of ventilation

£169.99
Score 8

BH-cx075_1z

The BH RX Team Ultegra is the all-out racer of the three bikes on test, a full-on full-carbon machine built for speed on mud, gravel and tarmac, and weighing just…

£2,799.99
Score 9

Cube-cx138z

German super-brand Cube has spent the last two decades creating bikes 
that are well specced, competitive and good-looking. 
For years, they’ve been popular with mountain bikers, but more recently you’re…

£999.00
Score 8

Raleigh-cx248z

As something of a self-professed expert in the recent history of Raleigh bikes, I have to say I like the way things are going. Last month, I was impressed with…

£1,200.00
Score 8

Scott-Solace-30-compact

With the Addict and Foil at the top end of Scott’s carbon race bike tree, and the CR1 very capably manning the fort in the sportive battle-zone, it might not…

£1,999.00
Score 9

Cannondale-Supersix-evo-red

The Cannondale SuperSix Evo is the lightest mass-produced bike frame in the world, coming in at less than 700g. This pricey option comes fitted with SRAM Red 22, but for…

£3,799.00
Score 9

Continental-GP4000-S

Running these on our commute to and from work saw the Continentals cope with a multitude of weather and road conditions with ease. Conti’s ‘Black Chili’ compound has been around…

£49.99
Score 9

Challenge-Elite

We struggled getting this classic-styled, gum-walled tyre onto the rim, but once on we found the herringbone tread really aided grip in all conditions. When combined with a lightweight latex…

£35.00
Score 8

Michelin-Pro4-service-course

Now in its fourth generation, Michelin’s Pro Service Course seems to have really nailed the balance of rolling resistance, grip and durability. Despite being relatively light, the Pro4s were surprisingly…

£39.99
Score 9

Vittoria-Open-Corsa-SC

If you want that classic gum-walled look with modern technology then Vittoria’s Open Corsa could be the tyre for you. Like a few of the other tyres on test, the…

£43.99
Score 8

Rubena-Phoenix-racing-pro

Our expectations weren’t too high for these relatively low-budget tyres, but after our sister magazine CW raved over Rubena’s heavier, all-purpose Syrinx tyre we wanted to test their more race-focused…

£26.99
Score 9

Hutchingson-Atom-Comp

After initially struggling to get the Atom Comp onto the rim, we found the grip to be pretty decent. In the dry we were confident railing it round corners but…

£46.99
Score 7

Schwalbe-Durano

After more than 500 miles, these tyres are showing almost no sign of wear and tear with only a few minor cuts on the rear and (thankfully) no punctures. The…

£34.99
Score 8

Trek-Madone-2.1

Trek Madone 2.1 at £1,000 is a solid dependable road bike for commuting and sportives

£1,000.00
Score 8