Cycling Plus November is out now!

In the latest issue five titanium bikes are put to the test, any of which could become your lifetime companion

Cycling Plus November

In the latest issue of Cycling Plus magazine the testing team hits the road to rate five titanium bikes that have been built to last you a lifetime, providing light weight and comfort in abundance. Will one of them be the best choice for you?


Riding away from carbon again there’s a first ride of Cannondale’s new aluminium CAAD13… and it’s one of the best bikes the magazine has ever tested. There are also new bikes from Focus, Vitus, Saffron, Boardman, Specialized and more.

Titanium bikes put to the test
Titanium bikes put to the test.

There’s also a test on some of the best kit to keep you riding this autumn, a look at the bad habits that are holding you back and how you can kick them, plus Nicola Smith asks the experts how women should train differently from men to maximise their gains.

How can physiology affect training and performance?
How can physiology affect training and performance?

Ned Boulting solves his lifelong bicycle bell dilemma by fitting a clown horn to his commuter, and Sam Dansie suffers for fun on the storied, tortuous slopes of Mont Ventoux.

The slopes of Mont Ventoux
The slopes of Mont Ventoux.

There’s an extra mag too in the shape of a Gravel Guide, with all the inspiration you need to take your riding into unchartered territory.