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First ride: Genesis Equilibrium 10 £1,149.99

Genesis Equilibrium 10

Dan Baines spends some quality time with the stunning steel Genesis Equilibrium to find out whether it lives up to its name and offers the perfect balance of tradition and technology

group test: Cross Purposes


12th November 2010

Cross bikes have become the natural choice for many as a winter commuter or training bike; their appeal is in their versatility. Derri Dunn tests three cross bikes from Kona, Specialized & Genesis.

group test: Genesis Croix de Fer £1,099


12th November 2010

There’s a classy pun hidden in the bike’s name — ‘Croix de Fer’ translates as ‘iron cross’ — and this Reynolds steel beauty is certainly a classy looking bike.

group test: Cross Purposes verdict


12th November 2010

“The design brief seems mostly to be about producing one bike which can do it all, for those of us who can only afford to own a single steed, but don’t want to be stuck with just one type of cycling.”

Vin Cox & Genesis ride into the record books

Vin Cox Genesis

16th October 2010

Unlike previous record attempts that have tended to use purpose-built touring machines, the steel-framed Genesis Croix de Fer is a standard-spec cyclo-cross bike.

Genesis bikes get in early for 2011

Genesis Day One Cross 2011

15th August 2010

The uncluttered look of Genesis Bikes’ Day One appealed to commuters so they’ve added an Alfine 8-speed version. There’s also a fettle of the successful Equilibrium.