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Btwin Ultra 920 review

Enhanced by feedback from the French Btwin-sponsored development squad, the Ultra 920 is unashamedly pitched at the racer in all of us. Perhaps not what you’d expect from the in-house brand of sports superstore Decathlon. Beyond the bike’s racing credentials, it also sports a stunning paint job – we’re suckers for a flash of pink…   Frame […]

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Van Nicholas Skeiron Disc review

To look at the gleaming metal tubes and the ornate logo, it would be easy to assume that Dutch brand Van Nicholas has a long and rich history of frame building. In fact, it’s about a decade old and only really came to prominence in 2012 when it was bought by Koga bikes. The fact […]

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Litespeed Cherohala SE review

Litespeed has been making titanium race bikes for more than 30 years, and the family-run company can boast a client list that features some of cycling’s biggest names, including Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong (although in the latter’s case you may not have known it at the time, as the bikes were rebadged to avoid upsetting sponsors). […]

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Kuota Kiral Ultegra Di2 Elite review

While it might not be to everyone’s liking, we really dig the Kiral’s camo color scheme, it beats seeing yet another solid black bike and gives it a style all its own. Intriguingly, it also stands to highlight some of the key shapes and forms of the frame while masking others. When it comes to […]

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The new BMC Timemachine complete with integrated bottles and storage

The roads around the lake of Zurich, Switzerland, are packed with luxury cars, so it is easy to understand why Mart Oten, Road Product Manager at BMC, chose the car comparison to present the new TimeMachine. ‘A BMC RoadMachine could be seen as a Porsche 911, there are comfort and reliability… but our new TimeMachine […]

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Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc review

Disc brakes or no disc brakes? That is the question. For Specialized it’s a more important question than for most because it has committed totally to the move towards disc brakes, claiming that it might eventually phase out its rim brake bikes altogether. ‘The Tarmac has always been a pure-bred race bike,’ says Specialized’s Chris […]

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