Organisers of the Road Cycling Show this weekend in Sandown Park, Surrey (April 21-22) have collected together 25 of the latest and most desirable road bikes for you to look at.

The latest top-of-the-line models from BMC, Boardman, Cannondale, Cervelo, Giant, Pinarello, Specialized, Trek and many more will be lined up for your viewing pleasure. It will be the first time that several of these bikes have been on public view in the UK. The full list is below.

These bikes join an already bulging list of exhibitors at the show, which includes Argon 18, BH, Bianchi, De Rosa, Eddy Merckx, MCipollini, Tifosi and others.

The 2012 Road Cycling Show takes place on Saturday and Sunday (April 21-22) at Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey. Tickets cost £15 on the door or £12 in advance for adults. £10 for seniors and U16’s go free if accompanied by a paying adult. A ticket allows you to attend the show on both days. Tickets can be booked online>>

Cycling legend Mario Cipollini will open the show at 9.30am on Saturday. Also in attendance are Graeme Obree, Alex Dowsett, Christian Knees, Mathew Hayman and authors Ned Boulting and Daniel Friebe.

Over 800 riders have signed up for Sunday’s Sandown Cyclone Sportive hosted at the show, with limited places still available on-the-line.

Road Cycling Show 2012: 25 hot bikes!

BMC Impec

Boardman Air 9.8

Boardman SlR 9.8

Cannondale Supersix Evo Ultimate

Cannondale Caad 10

Cervelo S5 VWD

Cinelli Strato

Colnago C59

DeRosa King RS

Eddy Merckx EMX-7

Giant Defy Advanced SL

Giant TCR Advanced SL

Lapierre Xelius 900

Parlee Z5 Sli

Pinarello Dogma2

Pinarello Graal

Ribble Sportive Racing 2012

Specialized S-Works SL4

Specialized McLaren Venge

Trek SProject One Madone 6.9 SSL WSD

Trek Speed Concept 9.9

Trek Project One Madone 6.9 SSL H2 Fit

Trek Project One Domane

Vitus Sean Kelly Ltd Edition

Wilier Zero 7

Related links

Road Cycling Show: What’s on and when

Road Cycling Show 2012 website

  • Duncan

    I was there and there is no problem with authenticity. I love Trek so it was great to see the Domaine (I think you’d have to see it on the road/ride it to see if it works), but the Madone is still a thing of beauty.

    I liked the Specialized MacLaren Venge too. I was a bit disappointed that the Di system on the S-Works was not wired in for battery power. It would have been nice to see it in action.

    The line up made me want to empty my bank account!

  • Nigel Wynn


    Bianchi has a stand at the show – their full range will be on display at stand G30

  • Jason Jeandron

    With a list like that has duplicate manufacturers (and 4 Treks!) and to not include a Bianchi seems suspect and leads to one questioning the authenticity.