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First Look: The 2018 Fatback Corvus FLT

RELATED: Snow-Sport Company Rossignol Expands With Its Upcoming Mountain Bike Line The geometry is based on the original Corvus, with a front wheel that's closer to the rider than on an enduro bike. This allows you to put enough weight on the wheel to keep it secure in all conditions and

Your complete guide to Giant’s 2018 road bikes

Taiwanese brand Giant is the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world with a huge range of road bikes designed with various different types of riding in mind. The vast number of models might seem daunting at first but the range is structured very logically so it’s actually pretty easy to work

Van Nicholas Skeiron

Named after the Greek god of the northwest wind, the Skeiron is the brand new road bike from titanium specialist Van Nicholas and it absolutely flies; riding it feels like you're being pushed along by that same wind. If you want a high performance, disc brake-equipped road bike with a

Dolan Preffisio 105 £750.00

Dolan Preffisio 105£750.00

The Dolan Preffisio and the UK winter go together like bacon and brown sauce Bikes like the Dolan Preffisio are the bread and butter of the UK winter cycling scene. Under the Dolan name or others, you’ll be familiar with the formula: a stout alloy frame with long and

Canyon Endurace AL 7.0 £1,049.00

Canyon Endurace AL 7.0£1,049.00

Beyond the Canyon Endurace AL 7.0's rather dull looks lies another sterling effort from the German firm At times Canyon bikes can be a headache for reviewers, because the builds it offers seem to be almost unreasonably affordable.Still, more kit for less money is always a good thing, right?

Peter Sagan’s Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS

Peter Sagan's Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS

The custom-painted Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS of world champion Peter Sagan Tinkoff's world champion Peter Sagan will continue to bring the bling in 2016, thanks in part to the unique paint work done by Ron Jones on his new Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS.With the elongated tube shapes of the

DMR Trailstar £2,600.00

DMR Trailstar£2,600.00

DMR's new Trailstar is bang up-to-date in terms of a really long top tube, slack steering angle and plus-size tyre compatibility DMR’s legendarily indestructible steel hardtail has been reborn as a bang-up-to-date, plus-size possible playbike that proves you don’t need a rear shock to have a load of fun

Images and review: LIKEaBIKE Mountain Classic

When the time came to buy my eldest son his first bike - at the grand age of two - it wasn't a decision I could take lightly. Well, his entire future as an Olympic track rider/Triathlete/or Tour de France legend could hinge on this very fundamental choice. I needed to

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