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Specialized Sequoia Expert

The Specialized Sequoia Expert belongs to a range of bikes designed to offer the rider optimum enjoyment on all roads

£2,500.00
Score 9

The lower tier sibling to Alberto Contador's GC bike, we put the Trek Émonda SL 6 through its paces and find it to be a comfortable, fast frame

£2,250.00
Score 8

Ribble R872

Ribble's best-selling carbon road bike could well be the one to beat in the £1K category

£999.00
Score 10

The Canyon Endurace AL 7.0 Disc tops the company's alloy Endurace range, and it's a fun-maximiser and performance-pusher in its own right

£1,499.00
Score 10

The Ribble Gran Fondo Disc is the company's workhorse, designed to eat up the miles on rough roads

£1,501.00
Score 7

The Ridley Helium X shares the frame geometry of Lotto-Soudal's Helium SLX, but is made of lower modulus carbon fibre for a lower price tag

£2,899.99
Score 9

Boardman ATT 9.2 Time Trial Bike

The law of integration states that the fastest time trial bikes are pretty much always the hardest to tinker with. There’s a sub-law that determines a similar relationship between the…

£2,299.99
Score 9

Specialized Allez Elite

The Specialized Allez has been around for a number of years now. It set about making a performance comeback for aluminium material with the Sprint - but updates to the…

£999.00
Score 9

Boardman Team Carbon

Boardman Team Carbon is bang on the money for a £1000, it's a great carbon frame, though Boardman has had to scrimp on the components

£1,000.00
Score 9

Condor Leggero

British brand Condor is steeped in cycling history, having made bikes for the Tour de France and for the likes of Bradley Wiggins and Tom Simpson

£2,999.99
Score 9

Scott Foil RC

The Scott Foil is the Swiss brand’s aero machine and in the last couple of years has been ridden to victories in Paris-Roubaix, the Tour de France and the Giro…

£5,799.00
Score 9

Our Giant Defy Advanced 2 review, in which we put Giant's mid-ranged endurance offering through its paces

£1,775.00
Score 9

Pinarello Dogma F10

Developed with Team Sky, the latest Pinarello Dogma really is a stunning all-rounder

£7,750.00
Score 10

bianchi specialissima

The original Bianchi Specialissima was made famous in the 1950s by multiple Grand Tour winner Fausto Coppi. The latest incarnation is the Italian company’s flagship climbing bike and is the…

£8,300.00
Score 9

The Bianchi Via Nirone 7, which has a frame once raced at Paris-Roubaix, is Bianchi's entry-level bike – we put it through its paces

£829.00
Score 8

Mason Bokeh

We test the Mason Bokeh “AdventureSport” bike in both its double chainring Ultegra Hydro 700c and its single ring SRAm Rival 1 650b variant

£3,100.00
Score 9

scott addict

At just 6.63kg the Scott Addict RC should be a climber’s dream bike – we’ve found some hills to ride it up

£7,599.00
Score 9

Colnago C60

The C60 is the top-of-the-line road bike from one of the most famous names in cycling – we've tested Colnago's latest superbike

£4,099.95
Score 8

Vitus Razor

The Vitus Razor is the entry-level road bike from the in-house brand of Chain Reaction Cycles and Wiggle. It's a machine with a lot to offer the novice rider

£449.99
Score 9

Focus Paralane Ultegra

The Focus Paralane Ultegra sits one down from the top of the company’s new endurance range and it is a bike with all-round appeal

£2,999.00
Score 8

Condor Potenza

Condor Potenza is the more wallet friendly option from the London based brand but offer the same great riding ability

£1,299.00
Score 8

Boardman Road Sport

At the entry point to the drop-handlebar market the Boardman Road Sport is a brilliant wallet-friendly or first-time bike

£500.00
Score 10

The Cipollini NK1K is an Italian-made premium aero road bike from the brand of the flamboyant sprinter Mario Cipollini

Score 8

Ridgeback Dimension Runner

The Ridgeback Dimension Runner promises the be a lightweight premium bike to help little ones get off to the right cycling start in life, so we give one a whirl…

£149.99
Score 8