Well-specced and solid-feeling workhorse bike that's fun to ride and built to last
Well-specced city bike that's enjoyable to ride and good value
Fun ride thanks to decent frame but heavy wheels and poor brakes take the edge off
Stable but fun ride with a surprising turn of speed
Splendid, practical & charming urban bike, despite a few niggles
Sturdy urban utility bike with practical hub gears & disc brakes, but the rack's not as useful as it looks
Wonderfully versatile all-rounder that can hit the trails, the streets or the long-haul open road; it might be the only bike you need, except for all the others
Well-specced fun, performance ride that also brings practicality and affordability to the mix
Quick like a road bike, comfy like a mountain bike, with disc brake confidence; a thoroughbred mongrel of an all-rounder
A hefty sit up and beg-to-differ urban utility tool, as endearingly primitive as a large adjustable spanner but with an altogether prettier aura.
Sprightly flat-bar road bike that'll turn its hand to just about anything
Well equipped and surprisingly quick flat-bar pothole-basher with lots of upgrade and adaptation potential
A quirky looking Dutch bike that is simple, robust and innovative. And slow and heavy. You will either love it or hate it, and sometimes both.
Strong and tough, easy on the eye and can take on most things in its path.
The casual ride character seduces almost instantly, but it takes a while to work out exactly what it's for
Competent and comfortable both on the road and off but with some compromises
Well put together, comfortable commu-tourer with solid spec and excellent brakes
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.