The Giant Defy Advanced combines a smooth ride and comfortable riding position with immediate power transfer. The Defy Advanced is built to take on the likes of the Paris-Roubaix classic road race, with its rough cobbled sections, so makes a fine bike for uneven and difficult roads.
Read Review | 4th November 2019
Offering the speed and handling you would expect from a World Tour road race machine, the Merida Scultura is a bike for those who like to ride fast as they rack up the miles.
Read Review | 3rd Jan 2019
The Giant TCR Advanced is a thoroughly modern, yet classic road race bike that combines raw speed with impeccable handling characteristics. Each model in the range features a carbon composite frame that offers impressive levels of lateral stiffness.
Read Review | 8th November 2019
The Contend is Giant’s entry-level road bike that combines great performance with incredible value for money. Designed for all-round riding, the Giant Contend we review here combines the comfortable riding position of an endurance bike with the nimble handling of a road racer.
Read Review | 25th October 2019
The Cannondale CAAD Optimo reviewed here takes many benefits seen on the higher tier CAAD 13 and carries them into this entry-level race bike.
Cannondale has a long history of crafting high-quality aluminium race bikes. The Optimo offers a budget-friendly route into this world of race bikes.
Read Review | 17th Sept 2019
Named after the gruelling Paris-Roubaix road race the Specialized Roubaix is designed to offer a smooth, fast and efficient ride over any road surface, including the very roughest.
Read Review | 24th April 2019
Taking their alloy frame building prowess to the next level the CAAD13 is Cannondales most advanced aluminium bike. True race machines these bikes have the same geometry as the Super Six EVO with a ride quality to rival carbon.
Read Review | 29th August 2019
The new Tarmac frame is lighter weight and more aerodynamic than previous models while still retaining the classic Tarmac ride feel.
Read Review | 7th July 2018
Cannondale's SuperSix has long been part of the American brand's stable of fast road race bikes. This newest version of the venerable race bike gives a nod to aerodynamic tubing, claiming to be faster than ever.
Read Review | 9th August 2019
The SystemSix is Cannondale’s brand-new aero road bike that is built for speed in real world cycling conditions.
Read Review | 2nd April 2019
Faster, lighter and comfier, the Merida Reacto range of bikes that we review here has been completely redesigned for 2018.
Read Review | 3rd January 2019
Refined over the years, Giant’s Propel range of aero road bikes stands as some of the best and fastest bikes around. Used by professional road racers and even triathlon competitors, the Giant Propel is a versatile and capable bike that craves speed.
Read Review | 2nd Jan 2019
A true endurance racer in spirit and ability. We review the Cannondale Synapse Alloy range, comfortable and efficient road bikes to help you clock up the miles.
Read Review | 24th December 2018
Cannondale’s latest carbon endurance road bike, the Synapse Carbon, features a whole new frame for 2018. The Synapse has a sportive focus, with a taller handlebar height and more relaxed geometry.
Read Review | 17th December 2018
With its race geometry and disc brake options the CAAD12 is ideal for winter training, as well as racing and rapid weekend cycling. The most advanced aluminium bike Cannondale has ever made.
Read Review | 17th December 2018
Showcasing the capabilities of alloy framed road bikes the Allez range includes capable all-rounders and ultra-stiff race rockets. The Specialized Allez is the go to road race bike for new and experienced riders
Read Review | 30th November 2018
Combining comfort and efficiency with a racing spirit, the Cube Attain is ideal for all sorts of road riding; from long distance adventures and Sportives, to the daily commute and after-work blasts with your buddies.
Read Review | 26th November 2018