Handbuilt wheels from the south coast are well considered and a good upgrade
How did the first Warroad ridden on UK soil handle?
Small lights that pack a punch. The Oxford Products Ultratorch Slimline are a good addition for dark commutes.
So what is an £8000 like to race, exactly? Rich finds out...
Do you have a budding 'cross racer or gravel rider in the family? Perhaps the Meadowmill will get them on drops sooner than you thought.
A few hours in the saddle makes a lasting impression with the Lauf True Grit.
Tested: Fearless Vulture From: Fearless Bikes Price: £499 (frame and forks) Same but definitely different Sticking to a bit of a “steel is real” theme that we’ve been digging for...
Tested: Scott Addict Gravel 30 From: Scott Price: £3,099.00 Tested for: 3 months Gravel comes in many flavours How else do you explain the diversity of the machines that the...
It may have classic styling, but the Ritchey is anything but old fashioned.
Top end, top performance wheels
Leaf sprung, funky looking, but how did it ride? Tom finds out.
Would the hot pink 'cross whippet live up to expectations on and off the course?
We look past the distinctive styling and spend some quality time in the saddle of Canyon's race bike. The results are seriously impressive.
Have these well priced carbon hoops withstood the rigours of six months of testing?
Scott's Addict Gravel balances a high performance frame with good value components. Will it tick the boxes?
Do these top of the range shoes cut the mustard for racing and general riding?
We reckon the Major Jake will make for a cracking "my first 'cross race bike". Check out our first look here.
A different take on the windproof and baselayer. Why take two layers when one might do?
We've received Canyon's distinctive new 'cross race bike. Here's the lowdown
The original Tripster ATR was a do-it-all gravel bike before the name existed. Has the v2 kept pace with change?
We are seeing an increasing number of 650b wheeled gravel bikes. What tyres should you use for smaller wheels though? Are the Vee Tires Rail the answer?
The POC Octal isn't a cheap helmet, and at sub-200g you are paying more for less. Is it worth it?