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What better way to celebrate our Olympic cycling glory than to put four British contenders through their paces
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Charge Juicer Hi £999.99: One of four British bikes in our grouptest for under a grand
Ribble Evo Pro Carbon: One of four British bikes for under a grand
We present the verdict in our four-way test of British bikes that cost under a grand
Forme Longcliffe 1.0: One of four British bikes for under a grand in our grouptest
Raleigh Airlite 400: One of four British bikes for under a grand in our grouptest
They may have started out as a sideshow but 29in wheels are edging towards mountain biking’s centre stage. So what difference does an extra three inches make? The answer comes courtesy of Cannondale…
Dedacciai’s Italian-designed Nerissimo is also available in black, funnily enough
Mountain bike strength combined with road bike speed — classic German efficiency
Titanium is still the ultimate do-it-all frame material and now there’s a new home grown option
Looking for your first aluminium road bike and an eye-catching girly one at that? We put the rosy Whistle Win through its paces out in the lanes
So a hybrid is just a mountain bike with bigger wheels and slicker tyres on, right? Professor Lamy dons his lab coat and gets out his Bunsen burner to experiment
Derri Dunn reports on her long-term test bike, a Singular Peregrine super commuter
Now for something completely different — Cycling Active’s first ever test of a shaft-driven bicycle
CA tests the bike that combines stability and sprightliness, and, amazingly, manages to be a master of all trades
Hands up who wants an affordable electronic shifting system? Everyone, then. We take Cube’s latest Ultegra Di2-specced road bike for a spin (and don’t want to give it back)
Can Islabikes recreate the detail it puts into its children’s cycles on a full-size adult machine?
Does Boardman’s new Hybrid combine the speed of a road bike with the comfort of a mountain bike, or is it just an unhappy compromise?
How does this hybrid Scott Sportster fare with peaty trails and stony bridleways of the Peak District?
Why straddle the world when you can straddle this great value tourer from Ridgeback instead?
Pinnacle has taken an existing frame to create its Evaporite range, but in kitting it out, has it managed to make a rig that breaks the mould?
Spend £1,000 on the Moda Rubato and be prepared to be blown away by its fantastic ride thanks mainly to a brilliant frame and wicked wheels
A sunny stint in the saddle on a rather traditional-looking women’s road bike, with a few interesting twists
Marrying a traditional Reynolds touring frame with the latest Shimano Alfine 11-speed hub could have resulted in an ugly beast, but we think Dawes has brought out the best for the Nomad
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15th February 2011
Despite our tester’s best efforts, the Gunnar Crosshairs came out alive and showing how some solid, reliable technology can build a bike you’ll want to keep.