It went a lot further than expected
A deep dive review with buying advice.
Looks like a …..
750Wh, Mullet or 29er ….
The same, but so much more
The 8th generation Tarmac is here.
Impressive is an understatement
An appealing blend of aero, lightweight and race DNA – but how does the base model perform?
Our best picks from the 2023 XC lineup.
The DT Swiss Ltd Edition model
What a year!
Getting to grips with Commencal’s all trail eMTB.
The Genius gets that distinctive integrated shock and a top-up of ‘sendy’ DNA for badass trail riders.
A smooth reliable ride.
High-tech meets uber-bling.
Global exclusive – we ride the all-new PYGA Tig.
It’s a completely new package.
Budget hardtail that performs far above its paygrade.
Take a closer look at this new mid-power eMTB
Long term review of the new Trek Slash
Take a closer look at the features inside Trek’s first lightweight eXC whip
Cash in your crypto!
We’ve lined up 8 of the best All-Road bikes you should check out.
Check out our Top 8 XC whips of the current season.
8 hot trail bikes to get you shredding.
We’ve lined up 8 of the hottest eMTB’s you should check out.
8 incredible performance road bikes to consider when shopping.
With Andrew Neethling riding shotgun we ran a single-charge range test on the brawny Trek Rail eMTB.
Get the lowdown from Giant on the new Anthem XC race whip
Take a look at the new Rail
Get the lowdown from Trek on their new Top Fuel.
Take a closer look at the new all-purpose eMTB from Specialized
See Cannondale’s podium driven gravel machine
A decent all-rounder from a reputable brand that is guaranteed to deliver.
Sweet handling and a mildly aero frameset make the new Trek Émonda an easy-to-ride performance machine that is ready for any race.
Take a closer look at the tech, geometry, models and local availability of the new Jekyll.
It’s an entirely new cross-country package with revised kinematics, geometry, and a design that focuses on integration.
This is no nip and tuck. It’s an all-new platform.
Specialized’s new Kenevo SL has all the bells and whistles of the Levo, with more travel and big wheels. So how does it ride and should you consider it?
Hop on board this Vlog style video and let’s find out.
29-inch front and rear. Revamped geometry with adjustability. 170mm travel. 240 watts, 35Nm of peak torque and a 320Wh battery.
Specialized gives its big-selling Levo the longer, lower, slacker treatment but is it just a facelift?
Armed with a standard Trek Supercaliber 9.8 and Trek Top Fuel 9.8, Alisha and I attacked the trail to see which bike is faster.
9-year-old Luke Futter shares his opinion on what makes this bike so exciting and why he would recommend it.
It’s a question many riders have been asking..
Do these alloy Cyphers retain the race pedigree of their carbon siblings?
The Habit Neo impresses on the trail, but it’s more than just a one-trick pony.
Gary Perkin takes to the sneaks, the rough gravel and tar roads on the Switch Pro.