Fun, attractive and pleasantly sporty. Let down slightly by a twitchy front end and uncomfortable grips
Capable on- and off-road steel milemuncher; well worth the extra money over its CdF stablemate
Very solid and likeable commuter that's built to last; the belt adds to the cost but I'm not sure it really pays its way.
The frameset is a great base to start building your perfect all round bike from
Well built top-end hybrid that's fun to ride, although its sub-£1000 sibling looks the value-for-money buy
Very well specced for the money, with a decent ride to boot; a good budget urban machine.
Frame and hub are both great individually, but not so great together
Fun cruiser for easy riding on good surfaces, but struggles with the hills
£300 is fine for an equipped hybrid but the Akita doesn’t altogether deliver on its town-and-country promise
Great value, great ride, great fun
Versatile bike genuinely capable of handling all but the most extreme terrains, and guaranteed to make you smile
Competent electric town bike in fully utility garb, but not cheap
Tough, low-maintenance town bike with weatherproof gears and brakes
Tough, freestyle fixed bike that makes a great solid and dependable town bike
Comfy 2-spd fixer, the Sturmey hub adds range and sets it apart from the crowd
So nearly the bike I've always wanted:a proper load carrier but more robust electrics would help to fully justify the spend.
Good quality genuine all-rounder that's easy to ride, pity it's not £100 cheaper...
Easy riding, well thought out, sturdy round town commuter
Good all rounder and excellent value for the money.
A very well equipped city bike with a few strokes of luxury