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Mekk Poggio 2.6 2016 01

The Mekk Poggio 2.6 gives you an excellent frame and ride for the money and is much more than an endurance bike but is let down by the heavy Shimano

£1,400.00
Score 8

Can Specialized's latest aluminium Allez frameset give similarly-priced carbon-fibre bikes a run for their money?

£1,200.00
Score 9

planet x london road

The Planet X London Road is a very versatile commuting bike that gives a comfortable ride, a good groupset, and hydraulic disc brakes for less than a grand.

£999.99
Score 8

Cannondale's Synapse is its endurance bike, with a high front-end and built in comfort features. We've tested the lower spec of two 105-equipped versions.

£1,499.99
Score 9

The Dolomite’s aluminium frame has a traditional appearance, reinforced by its classy one-colour paint-job. However, this is a bike equipped with hydraulic discs, meaning that it is at the cutting-edge…

£1,000.00
Score 8

Carrera Crossfire 2

If you’re after a solid all-round hybrid bike for commuting to and from work both on and off tarmac, then the Carrera Crossfire 2 is a great option. Buy now:…

£429.99
Score 7

The AnyRoad CoMax is the top model in Giant’s growing range of gravel bikes. With its strange looks, fat tyres and more relaxed geometry, this machine and its type occupy…

£1,399.00
Score 8

Raleigh’s cyclocross bike range comprises three carbon and five aluminium framed models, including three women’s-specific bikes. The RX Team is the top of the range. It’s a unisex bike, although…

£3,500.00
Score 9

The Vitus Venon VR Disc packs a lot of bike into a competitively priced package. We travelled to Calpe with test the bike with cycling legend Sean Kelly.

£1,799.99
Score 9

Vitus is a brand with an illustrious history in the bike world, producing the steel tubing used to make race-winning bikes in the 1970s then switching via lugged aluminium to…

£2,599.99
Score 9

Look's latest bike is a departure from its previously higher priced, race-orientated offerings. Starting at £1799, we tested the top spec £2199 Ultegra equipped model

£2,199.00
Score 8

The Liv Envie Advanced Pro 1 is the new top-end model from the Taiwanese brand as ridden by Marianne Vos

£3,699.99
Score 10

GT's Grade is a bike designed for gravel or adventure road riding. We’ve tested the range topping Carbon Ultegra version

£2,599.99
Score 9

A bike that performs well and looks great, The Light Blue Robinson is a solid choice as a winter ride

£1,399.99
Score 8

When deciding 2016 Cycling Weekly Bike of the Year we wanted to choose, quite simply, the bike that has impressed us the most. And this is the bike that we…

£2,699.00
Score 10

The B’Twin Ultra 720 AF is part of a new wave of aluminium frames that are threatening to dethrone carbon as the frame material of choice, especially at this price-point…

£1,050.00
Score 10

Established in Taiwan in 1972, Giant has been supplying high quality bikes to professionals – such as WorldTour team Giant-Alpecin – and amateurs alike for over 40 years. Part of…

£2,299.00
Score 9

Launched just ahead of the Giro d’Italia, the ultra light Merida Scultura has already claimed Grand Tour wins. The previous model was released in 2012, and the new Scultura is…

£2,300.00
Score 9

In the past if you were after a bike that would be as good in the hills as it was on the flat, then anything with disc brakes was immediately…

£3,299.00
Score 10

raleigh criterium sport

New for 2016, the Raleigh Criterium Sport is a £750 aluminium framed bike which comes equipped with the latest incarnation of Shimano Tiagra

£750.00
Score 9

Of all the new bikes that are arriving in 2016, the Scott Foil has received one of the most radical makeovers, with a completely new aero frame which thankfully addresses…

£5,999.00
Score 9

The new Cannondale SuperSix EVO is without question one of the best lightweight bikes we have ever ridden. Outwardly it looks very similar to the previous model however the new…

£2,999.99
Score 9