7th generation hardtail is a sweet riding, super versatile pinner
Trademark Santa Cruz trail excellence at a more attainable price
Useful utility bike with spec and shape issues
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
Efficient mile-eater that rips on the descents
Merida’s new mid-travel charger is a brilliant aggro trail bike
Does Specialized’s radically-sprung ride really work?
Are disc brakes worth having at a discount?
New frame puts the Rift Zone into the ‘fast but fun’ zone
Tough and tubeless friendly
Outstanding playful updated aggro hardtail
Sturdy and forgiving but labour-intensive
Do sharp looks mean sharp performance from Boardman?
Forget the price and just ride flat out!
Everything you need for UK ‘road’ riding?
Some neat features, but geometry and fork issues
Can new geo and gearing conjure up extra trail magic?
A stiff, no-nonsense bar with precise feedback
Fat and slack but definitely not lazy
Brand new frame for Scott’s affable all-rounder
Cotic’s aggro hardtail gets fully stretched for full-gas riding
Brand-new direct-sell UK all-roadster
The best road bike you can buy for £500
Is the dynamic Datum still competitive?
Stylish full Shimano, smart-axled all-rounder
We've gulped our way through six energy gels to see what sticks
The new Trigger is a double-barrelled trail blaster
‘Longer and lighter’ evolution improves UK all-dayer
New range includes an all-new race bike pairing and a revised rear end on its distinctively light weight trail bike
The Edict proves that sheer speed never goes out of style
Austrian speed machine that takes the techy approach to XC
A crazy expensive but truly blissful fat-tyre ride
Get your wheels squeaky clean
Reliable, relatively affordable dropper
Premium Canadian dropper that backs up an impressive range of fit options with excellent reliability
Smooth, lively ride with frame and kit frustrations
Excellent contemporary trail frame, if you tune it right
Is Whyte’s Wessex the ‘ultimate UK road bike’ it claims?
Will the Scout survive a post-apocalyptic beasting?
A benchmark brake
A reliable suspension investment
Fantastic grip and support if you take the time to tune it properly