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Ridgeback Advance 7.0: First ride review

Ridgeback Advance 7.0

Andy Lulham returns to his cycling youth on Ridgeback’s triple-chainset range-topper. On paper, it appears to balance the books, but is there some crafty accounting going on? Can it pay the bills as an everyday workhorse?

Ridgeback Voyage first ride £849.99

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Why straddle the world when you can straddle this great value tourer from Ridgeback instead?

group test: Take on the world with 4 top tourers

tourers group test take on the world

10th November 2010

Matt Lamy gets all misty eyed about touring in France with Dad. Time to see if touring bikes, and British touring bikes at that, are still as good as the memories.

group test: Ridgeback Panorama £1,249.99

tourers group test take on the world

10th November 2010

Ridgeback may be better known for hybrids and commuting bikes, but this fully-featured touring machine sits atop its range. Like the Dalesman it benefits from being a flagship model, and as such it features some extra bells and whistles.

group test: 4 top tourers verdict

tourers group test take on the world

10th November 2010

“The Panorama actually couldn’t be more different. There’s far less outright charm or character, but it makes up for that with pannier-loads of ability. It also benefits from being a thoroughly modern touring bike.”