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If you want evidence that the cycling market is continually moving forward you don’t have to look much further than the Giant Propel Advanced 2. In a couple of years it’s…

£1,399.00
Score 9

Frame The BMC Teammachine SLR02 105 is the little brother of the flagship SLR01, as used by the BMC pro team. BMC has used its own lightweight premium carbon for…

£1,900.00
Score 9

Frame Manufacturers often use a variety of frames within a model range but the Focus Cayo 4.0 frame is the same as the top of the range Cayo 1.0; it…

£2,099.00
Score 9

The Scott Addict 30 has a great lightweight frame with faultless power transfer, although is let down by the incomplete 105 groupset

£1,999.00
Score 7

There’s no escaping the fact that disc brake road bikes are here to stay. Prior to this year, the race-orientated Cento1SR Disc was Wilier’s only disc option, so we were…

£2,299.00
Score 9

If you watched any road cycling coverage last year, there is a good chance you saw the Merida Reacto Team E in a very prolific advert featuring a comedically dubbed Rui…

£7,000.00
Score 8

A top bike from the British brand, but is the Genesis Equilibrium Disc Ltd a little bit pricy?

£1,849.99
Score 9

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…

£1,500.00
Score 8

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…

£1,800.00
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…

£499.99
Score 8

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

£1,199.00
Score 7

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

£1,600.00
Score 9

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…

£4,249.00
Score 9

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

£3,499.00
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…

£999.99
Score 7

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…

£3,099.00

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

£2,849.99
Score 8

Trek Emonda

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

£1,900.00
Score 10

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

£1,100.00
Score 9

There may be cyclocross bikes out there with sexier names than the Merlin X2.0, but given the great ride on offer, you could certainly make worse choices if you’re after…

£1,299.00
Score 8

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

£1,299.99
Score 10

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

£1,299.99
Score 9

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…

£3,500.00
Score 7

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…

£6,999.00
Score 10