Finely made race-ready alloy steed
A new performance sportive bike named after one of The Cannibal's most famous victories
New mid-level carbon racer, available with rim or disc brakes
Enhanced disc braked road bike
Top-flight version of Colnago's go-to race frame
The new king of acceleration
Italian brand's lightest ever frame
Does it all with ease
Rekindling an old flame
The Gran Fondo has a few tricks up its aluminium sleeve
Flax fibers fabricate fab Flanders frame
Comfort & UCI-ignoring light weight for serious sportive riders
Colnago EPS Frame & Fork
Colnago CX1 Frame & Fork (09)
Colnago C50 Frame & Fork
Litespeed Archon 2008 Frame Set
Colnago C50 (09)
The best road bike for mountain bikers? Probably
A class act that's lightning fast and fully deserves it superbike status
Toughness of titanium with a great ride
The Team Professional model returns to the Raleigh range after almost 20 years way - Raleigh's other carbon road bike is the Shimano Tiagra-equipped Airlite model costing a quid shy of a grand.
The MaxLight XC Pro 2 is the 2006 version of the frankly excellent 05 model. It was (and still is) one of the most comfortable and efficient cross-country race hardtails we've ever ridden.
Pearson Cycles are based in Sutton, Surrey and this is their latest carbon frame. It leans towards the type of rider who regularly rides time trials but also wants the bike for general cycling duties such as sportive and training.
Scott Nicol, MD of Ibis, is notable for his expertise in producing some of the finest titanium frames since the founding of the business in 1981. Strangely, he was extolling the virtues of using carbon fibre as a frame material as far back as 1995, so why then has it taken such a strong advocate of 'black magic' so long to bring the Silk Carbon to the Ibis range?
Kinesis’ first carbon frame is designed for sportives, so Paul Vincent rode the 120-mile Stage 1 of this year’s Tour de France on it, with Tour legend Sean Yates setting the pace…