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Sizes XS-XXL – Colours: black, blue, yellow, red The Pocket Rocket packs down to a very small size, the lack of bulk making it, perhaps predictably, just the right size…

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 Lightweight, waterproof, translucent, and very waterproof, the Endura Pro Adrenaline Race Cape is pretty close to the perfect rain cape. The nylon fabric does a great job of keeping you…

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Two days before the 2014 Tour of Britain started in Liverpool, Charly Wegelius, directeur sportif of Garmin-Sharp, confidently predicted that Dylan van Baarle and his Cervelo S3 would win. On the…

Sensa Umbria Sora Special MIP_08122

The Umbria Sora Special sits near the bottom of Sensa’s expansive road line-up, but don’t let that put you off — this is still very much a proper drop-bar sports…

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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

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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

Score 8


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…

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Vitus Venon VR

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

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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?

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Merida Race 90

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

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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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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