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Cannondale SuperSiz Evo 105 featured image

Frame This version of the Cannondale SuperSix Evo shares the same geometry as those ridden by Cannondale-Garmin, though it’s not overly racy, with the frame providing a comfortable position for…

Score 8

Specialized Tarmc Elite featured image

Frame While the upper echelons of the Specialized Tarmac range have been overhauled for 2015, lower-end models such as the Tarmac Elite retain the SL4 frame of previous years. And…

Score 7

Radial Revere 1

Less than six months old, Radial Cycles is hardly the most established bike brand in the UK, but already offers a huge range of 33 bikes across all disciplines, with…

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Cube Agree GTC Pro 1

Offering a lot of spec for not a lot of money, we tested Cube's 105-equipped bike

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BTwin Ultra 1

B'Twin Ultra 900: We put Decathlon's climbers' bike through its paces

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Giant TCR Advanced SLR 1

Tested by: Rob Hoyles | Miles ridden: 173 | Size tested: 46.5cm (S) | Weight 6.9kg (15lb)  With road bike ranges constantly evolving and expanding to meet the needs of…

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We have tested the Look 675 Light. Here's what we thought of Look's sportive-focussed endurance bike.

Score 8

Kinesis Racelight T2 1

The frame of the Kinesis Racelight T2 is made from 7005-series double-butted aluminium tubing, a standard type for bikes at this level. Perhaps not so standard is that the tube…

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It was this frame, the Lapierre Aircode, that carried Tibault Pinot to third overall in the general classification of the 2014 Tour de France. The 24 year old French Grand Tour…

Dolan Ares SL featured

Dolan Ares SL bike review: a racy ride with sensible geometry, we tested the latest offering from Dolan

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Trek Emonda

We take a look at what Trek calls “the lightest production road line ever”

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Fuji Roubaix 1.1

Sensible pruning of spec doesn’t have to be a compromise, as the Fuji Roubaix 1.1 shows

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Vitus Zenium SL PRO

Full Shimano Ultegra groupset makes this alloy-framed model from Vitus stand out

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Good-quality, stylish carbon-fibre frame makes for a great ride

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This £3,500 Merida Reacto DA LTD is the the most expensive non-pro version available. The bike World Tour team Lampre-Merida are currently using is known as the ‘Team-E’, and it…

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Parlee is known for its highly desirable custom carbon frames and it was prepared to build a completely custom build to highlight just what it could do with our geometry, our…

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BMC Teammachine SLR02 featured

BMC Teammachine SLR02: A high spec machine of unquestionable standard, and all for a competitive price


Trek frames are synonymous with quality and their faith in the product is backed up by life time warranty. The frame is Trek’s top drawer ‘Alpha aluminium’ whilst the fork…

Score 7

Tifosi Duro featured image

Classic looks and practical appeal from the Tifosi CK8 Duro Veloce

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Lapierre featured

What the Lapierre Pulsium does well can’t be read on a geometry sheet or measured on a set of scales. It’s a real rider’s bike, and for that reason we…

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This is Azione. A British brand based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, with more than a touch of Italian style. Azione is a group of keen racers, mechanics and designers, building bikes for…

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Bowman Palace

The Palace is the first road racing frame from new British bike manufacturer Bowman. Designed and developed in Kent and built in Taiwan, the Palace is part of Bowman’s current…

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Ridley Helium

The Belgian bike brand brings its retro graphics and colour schemes to the mass market with the Helium race bike: a machine that looks ready for the pro-peloton, but without…