Welcome to BikeRadar
BikeRadar is the authority on bikes and cycling gear. We have experts testing all types of bikes, parts, clothing and accessories, from road and mountain to commuting and time trialing. With more than 15,000 product reviews available at your fingertips, plus loads of advice on maintenance and training, BikeRadar delivers the world’s best cycling advice.
Meet the BikeRadar team
The BikeRadar team is made up of some of the most experienced riders and testers in the business, charged with bringing you the best buying and riding advice. Whether you're a road cyclist, mountain biker, gravel rider, cycle commuter or anything in between, our experts have got you covered. Now, let's introduce the team.
George Scott — Editor-in-Chief
George has been writing about bikes for a decade and riding them for much longer. He's a road cyclist at heart and is happiest in the mountains, even if he can't climb them particularly quickly. Now he's venturing off-road, buying a gravel bike and dabbling in mountain biking.
Jack Luke — Deputy Editor
Jack Luke is the deputy editor at BikeRadar and has been fettling with bikes for his whole life. Always in search of the hippest new niche in cycling, Jack is a self-confessed gravel dork, fixie-botherer, tandem-evangelist and hill climb try hard. Jack thinks nothing of bikepacking after work to sleep in a ditch or taking on a daft challenge for the BikeRadar YouTube channel. He is also a regular contributor to the BikeRadar podcast.
Alex Evans – Senior Technical Editor
Alex used to live in Morzine where he developed a scary ability to make the steepest and gnarliest trails look like a walk in the park — occasionally resulting in bone crunching crashes at World Cup downhill races. Since hanging up his racing shoes Al can be found out on his trail bike.
Ashley Quinlan – Senior Technical Editor
Ashley Quinlan is a senior technical editor for BikeRadar, covering all things road and gravel. A trained journalist, he has been working in and around the bike industry for almost a decade, and riding for much longer. He’s written for road.cc, eBikeTips, RoadCyclingUK and Triathlon Plus magazine, covering the latest news and product launches, and writing in-depth reviews, group tests, buyer’s guides… and more.
Gary Walker – Sub-Editor
Gary Walker is BikeRadar’s sub-editor and enforcer of the hallowed style guide. He has worked in online, magazine and newspaper journalism for the past 21 years, writing and editing hundreds, possibly thousands of articles. Gary is also a keen runner and when he’s not out navigating the punishing hills around his home city of Bristol on his Ribble Hybrid AL Leisure.
Simon von Bromley – Senior Technical Writer
Simon is a writer and photographer who has been riding bikes for fun since he was a kid. He took a deep dive into road racing, crits and time trial culture in his twenties, but as a person of very little talent, he always looks to tech to compensate.
Jack Evans — Digital Writer
Jack Evans is a digital writer for BikeRadar.com Jack learnt to ride on rough Cotswold trails before switching to tarmac in his teens. Gravel riding and cyclocross racing (badly) has since taken him back to his roots. Jack is an NCTJ-trained journalist and a former press agency hack with bylines in The Times, Daily Telegraph and Daily Mirror.
Stanley Portus — Content Editor
Stan Portus is BikeRadar's content editor. Having worked as a freelance writer and journalist for over six years, Stan started working in the bike industry in 2018, writing content for some of the sports biggest brands, including Chris King, ENVE, Castelli and Sportful. Stan joined BikeRadar in 2021 and, having started as a digital writer, is now a content editor for the site.
Rob Weaver — Technical Editor-in-Chief
A riding encyclopedia of bikes and kit, Rob spends a lot of time travelling the world for the latest product launches and organising how and where all our gear gets tested. Super-stylish when it comes to riding, Rob has no fears when it comes to hitting the trails with the industry’s best.
Warren Rossiter — Senior Technical Editor
Approaching two decades of testing bikes, Warren can be found on a daily basis riding and exploring the road and off roads of Wiltshire’s Salisbury Plain in the UK. That’s when he’s not travelling the world to test the latest kit, components and bikes.
Tom Marvin — Senior Technical Editor
Tom has been mountain biking since the age of 13, with a love of fast and flowing trails, or steep, slow and tech. He spends most of his time riding trail and enduro bikes, but will happily dip his toes into the murky world of cross-country and gravel.
Felix Smith — Senior Video Manager
Having ridden mountain bikes through his teenage years, Felix found a new passion for riding on the road after a cycle tour through Japan. Since this eye-opening trip, Felix has been swept up in self-supported ultra-endurance cycling and is never far from his next big adventure.
Matthew Howes — Content Manager
Matt is the content manager of BikeRadar's YouTube channel, running the video schedule, crafting scripts and crunching the numbers behind the scenes. He previously worked as a video producer for road.cc. Matt is an ardent sportsman – cricket is his first love – but logs plenty of miles by bike on his commute from Bath to Bristol.
Robyn Furtado — Senior Videographer
Though she’s always been on a bike, Robyn really got into cycling after realising you could pedal across whole countries, and then entire continents. She discovered the joys of mountain biking while working in New Zealand and is always planning the next off-road adventure on her trusty hardtail.
Max Wilman — Videographer
Max has been riding bikes for as long as he can remember, and during his teenage years loved getting airborne, riding jumps and freeriding. He also built and rode trials in his local woods around the South Downs. After spending six months as a bike guide in Greece during the summer of 2018, he's now started riding enduro.
Diversity and inclusion
All of us who bring BikeRadar to life are committed to creating content that reflects and celebrates the diverse backgrounds and interests of our readers, and the cycling community as a whole. While we always strive to be inclusive, we need to do better and have begun work on a plan to drive meaningful change, but we know it’s a work in progress. We’d love to hear from you and are open to suggestions on how we can create positive change together. If you’ve got a story to share or would like to get involved, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org