What Cycle? bike buyer's guide on sale now!

What Cycle? is the complete buyer’s guide for 2014, including 50 bike tests, products reviews and comprehensive bike listings

What Cycle? Spring 2014

What Cycle? is the complete buyer’s guide for new bike hunters in 2014. The debut issue is packed with 50 full bicycle reviews — comprising roads bikes from £380 to £5,299; mountain bikes from £495 to £5,499; utility bikes from £550 to £1,500; and e-bikes.

Highlights include a sub-£2,000 carbon sports bike megatest — with bikes from Scott, Pinarello, Lapierre, BMC and Eastways going head-to-head — and there’s an in-depth look at five very different mid-range mountain bikes.

What Cycle? also rounds up some of the best hybrids on the market and group tests helmets, shoes, saddles, base layers, bib-shorts and upgrade wheels.

Then there is the UK’s most comprehensive new road and mountain bike listings, with each model catalogued alongside its most important data. Finally, What Cycle? features essential bike buying and fitting advice to ensure you make the perfect purchase.

So whatever your bike buying intentions, What Cycle? will help you choose your next bike with confidence.

  • 50 bikes — road, mountain, commuting and e-bikes — ridden and reviewed
  • Carbon sports bike megatest. Five superb road machines available for less than £2,000 from Scott, Pinarello, Lapierre, BMC and Eastway
  • Grouptests: helmets, commuting shoes, saddles, wheelsets, base layers and bib-shorts
  • 2,779 road and mountain bikes in the UK’s most comprehensive new bike listings
  • Our top-20 hybrids
  • Essential buying and fitting advice
  • E-bikes explained and tested

What Cycle? – The Complete Bike Buyer’s Guide Spring issue on sale now priced £6.99 at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents.

What Cycle? Spring 2014

What Cycle? Spring 2014
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