The Storck Fascenario.3 Platinum doesn't fall into Storck's aero category – it sits in the all-round series yet remains supremely aerodynamic and lightweight
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
Ribble CGR is a versatile and robust road bike that'll take on most of your riding needs, though it is a little heavy
NeilPryde has been in the bike game for seven years now – we've got hold of the lightweight Bura SL to test and it's a great bike
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
We've tested the Temple Adventure Road. It's a steel framed machine from the small Bristol-based bike maker. How does it shape up against the mainstream competition?
If you are looking for an all rounder, the Whyte Wessex is a great option. This is a bike you can ride and enjoy all year round. Its been designed…
The Trek 1.1 is Trek's bottom rung road bike, but that doesn't mean budget ride quality
Storck's Aerfast Pro is a premium carbon build that's lightening quick and so much fun to ride
Cervélo launched the Soloist back in 2002 – the world’s first aerodynamic road bike – and 15 years on is still at the cutting edge with the Cervélo S5
The new Bianchi Oltre XR3 Potenza aero bike benefits from Bianchi's road smoothing Countervail technology. We've tested the new celeste machine.
The Trek Madone Race Shop Ltd frame is the highest spec offered by Trek and is fabricated from 700 Series OCLV carbon – Something which Trek claims is the lightest…
Designed by the company who only make bikes for kids, the Frog Tadpole Plus balance bike promises high performance and low weight to get your child’s riding off to a…
Hallett Handbuilt Cycles are custom steel frames made in Britain by Richard Hallett, who began framebuilding in order to “put into practice some of the ideas and experience gained over more than two…
The Ribble SL is the lightest frame the company has ever built, and it well and truly shows when heading up hill
The Cervélo S3 Disc is the first aero disc-brake road bike the Canadian company has produced, and is claimed to be better in every way than the old model
The Izoard is a race-oriented carbon road bike with a full Shimano 105 groupset, which Stevens says is aimed at the beginning racer. We've put it through its paces.
Giant's disc-equipped TCR promises a classic race feel with the power of disc brakes – here's how we got on with it
Massachusetts-based Parlee has a reputation for high-end custom-made carbon-fibre frames, but in recent years the company has developed several Asian-built frames to reach a wider market. The Parlee Altum is…
Full test of a seriously fast machine
Launched back in 2013, the Giant Propel Advanced SL 0 has been around a while but it remains a top-spec aero bike and is used by the Giant Sunweb team.…
The good-looking, women's-specific Specialized Dolce is a great entry-level option for riders looking to embark on their love affair with road cycling
The sprinting weapon of both Marcel Kittel and Peter Sagan, the Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS Di2 is a bike that requires little introduction. Is this the fastest road bike in…
The Bianchi Oltre XR4 aims to be an all-rounder that performs well across the spectrum: aerodynamic, aggressive, and comfortable.
We test ride the Orbea Avant M20Team-D, which sits in the middle of the range of endurance machines from the Basque manufacturer