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Moda takes pride in the fact its bikes are built in the UK and are tested locally, with each new prototype being put through its paces on the roads in…

£1,499.99
Score 9

Lightweight carbon fibre road bike with Shimano Ultegra discs and bolt-through axles

£6,599.00
Score 9

Forme started with five models in 2010 and now has over 50. The original range was made up of mid-range road bikes to fill a gap in the market that…

£1,399.99
Score 8

The 2.7 is the lowest-priced of the three Gran Fondos. All three are based on the same frame — a very modern-looking carbon monocoque with a UD finish — and…

£1,400.00
Score 8

Bringing yet another frame material into the equation, the Genesis Equilibrium range offers something for the traditionalist. With the exception of the titanium flagship, the Ti, the Equilbrium range of…

£1,299.99
Score 8

While both manufacturer and model name could conjure up images of a Tuscan assembly line full of Italian passione, the truth is that five-year-old firm Moda is born and bred…

£1,499.99
Score 9

Giant is the worlds largest bike manufacturer and supports all forms of cycling, Stu Clapp tests the Defy Composite 1 road bike

£1,599.00
Score 8

Canyon's Ultimate CF SL 9.0 road bike scores highly on our Shimano Ultegra group bike test, let's see how it gets on...

£1,899.00
Score 10

The effect of trickle-down technology has never been so marked as it is in the products of French firm B’Twin. Each time a new frame is introduced, the model at…

£1,699.99
Score 9

Specialized’s Roubaix SL4 Comp sees the company set a new standard for what it is offering, for just over two grand. What 
we have here is a slightly downgraded version…

£2,200.00
Score 9

With top-flight UK race team Madison flying the flag for Genesis, it might come as a surprise to see the brand making comfortable endurance road bikes. Now in its seventh…

£1,499.00
Score 9

Boardman’s latest off-road bike is loaded with CX appeal. It may be a UCI-certified beast, but it’ll also do you proud on the daily commute. Interested?

£899.99

When Wiggle introduced the Verenti range a few years ago, it quickly gained lots of good feedback. For 2014, the impressively good value-for-money £950 Insight 0.4 lies at the bottom…

£950.00
Score 8

Kuota introduces its first top-end sportive bike

£2,450.00
Score 8

Ridgeback Advance 7.0

Andy Lulham returns to his cycling youth on Ridgeback’s triple-chainset range-topper. On paper, it appears to balance the books, but is there some crafty accounting going on? Can it pay…

Handsome, British-built folder with a ride feel that matches many a hinge-free commuter

A well-priced aero offering from Giant, with Shimano 105 grouptest priced £1999

£1,999.99
Score 9

When you’re good-looking, you can get away with a lot. Not that I’m speaking from personal experience, but whether it’s rudeness on the road, surliness in the supermarket or whingeing…

£1,995.00
Score 7

Famous for the wheels that it 
had the audacity to call Standard, Lightweight has grown over the years and now has a few wheel options, but this is the first…

£3,899.00
Score 9

Matt Lamy takes Pinnacle’s brand-new Lithium Four hybrid for a spin to see where its heart lies — the urban jungle, or the off-road trail