Winner of best superbike in our annual Bike of the Year awards is the latest evolution of Trek’s flagship aero bike
Our best road bike under £1,000 in our annual Bike of the Year awards is a sharp-riding internet-only purchase
Pleasant, practical and multi-purpose
Classic looks (and brakes) combined with a competitive edge
A full-carbon frame that mixes value and versatility
A sleek machine with weather protection
Marin wants to get you beyond the road
A smooth operator with a taste for power
Endurance-flavoured carbon Canyon with Campagnolo kit and hydraulic brakes
Skinny steel and big tyres ensure go-anywhere versatility
Aero road bike that cuts a sharp and distinctive swathe
Value road bike sorcery
Enjoy a taste of Peter Sagan’s bike for less
Cannondale debuts its carbon aero road machine
The endurance legend enjoys its latest evolution
Aero race machine born in New Zealand
Lightweight cyclocross bike whose ride matches its looks
British brand’s all-round race rig
Can Condor’s Italian-made aluminium beauty compete with carbon?
From Switzerland, with love... and disc brakes
Cinelli and Campagnolo — two classic Italian marques come together
Pro race-inspired aero road bike from storied Milanese brand
Chorus-equipped, wind tunnel-developed online-only flyer
Lightweight aero road bike with Chorus kit and aero carbon wheels
Potenza-equipped endurance bike from Italy’s well-established Wilier
Can flamboyance compete with practicality?
Can the FastRoad live up to its name?
Can the budget price alloy Metrix cut it?
How does the latest from Specialized compete?
Can the ride justify the Trek’s high price tag?
Entry-level road racer
One of our favourite aero bikes with Shimano Di2 shifting
Minneapolis-born All-City Cycles’ race machine
Fixed gear-inspired road racer
Disc-equipped titanium sportive special
Steel rack and mudguard-ready endurance ride
Classic British road bike with a touch of the Cambridge blues
American classic steel steed
The innovation-laden Gallium Pro as ridden by Astana
Happy on or off the tarmac
Manners, looks and power — does this bike have it all?
A weighty ride that takes on the trail
The second coming from Specialized
A fine all-rounder with special touches
Scott’s aero race bike now optimised for discs
The Canadian innovator’s latest Grand Tour machine
The legendary lightweight from Connecticut returns with disc brakes
One of the lightest disc framesets ever made
A radically new approach to aerodynamics
Handcrafted Italian carbon race machine
Pro-level, disc-equipped Tour racer
Unique design handmade in Italy
Lightweight road bike from Taiwan
Modern British outfit’s racier-than-most aluminium flyer
Most of the bling of Canyon’s top of the line TT machines without expense
A redesign sees big benefits for beginners
Stand out from the crowd with this steel-framed, disc-braked adventurer
Long-distance cruiser with novel features and wide tyres
Italian heritage, Paris-Roubaix history and classic looks
BikeRadar gets world’s first test of Trek’s revamped steel tourer
A handbuilt forever-ever bike
Value and performance from Giant's endurance all-rounder
Does Specialized’s red disc racer do the business?
Can metal really compete with carbon fibre?
Is this classy Italian as fast as it looks?
Do Merida’s aggressive shapes mean an aggro ride?
A true speed-queen that's built for hard riding
An alloy all-rounder worth online browsing for?
Is Boardman’s enduro racer still competitive?
Is it rim brakes for the win with Dolan?
Aero claims aside, this is the world's most comfortable — and now adjustable — aero bike
BMC's fastest aero bike yet
Ultra 920 AF relocates rear brake and gets Ultegra R8000
Feels more like a standard (high-end) race bike than an aero bike
Is Scott’s softer, fatter Foil still fast?
Aero, eagerly efficient and decently comfortable — at a great price
Do a steel frame, small wheels and big tyres equal big fun?
Is Vitus’s all-new frame a winner?
Is the all-new Razor still as sharp?
Can the UK household name still hold its own?
Great value from Evans Cycles Pinnacle range
Merida’s drop-bar 29er multi-surface special
Focus revamps its road all-rounder with a power-assisted version
Racy geometry, a stiff aluminium frame and German engineering
Aluminium all-rounder with TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes
French company completes its road bike line-up with new super-light climber
Triple-butted aluminium road bike with Shimano 105 and Mavic Aksium at an incredible bargain price
Does Specialized’s radically-sprung ride really work?
Are disc brakes worth having at a discount?
An almost all-Italian affair
Canyon’s racy endurance bike
Capable, racy climber held down by its wheels and price tag
An enigmatic Ridley
Designed for endurance