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Best winter road bikes 2024 — invest in a bike that is built to thrive in bad weather

The best winter bikes can stand up to all the bad weather this time of year throws at them

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The winter in the northern hemisphere can be grim for riding a bike outside, with grit on the roads and often wet or icy weather to contend with. All that rain, salt and mud can quickly turn your pride and joy into a creaking, crusty mess, which is something none of us want. This is why some cyclists switch to a dedicated winter bike when the wet and dark months roll around - to keep the most expensive parts lasting longer and ride something a little less bling and fancy through the grimmest time of the year. In this guide, we'll take a look at some of the best winter bikes that we've tested.

While 'winter bike' isn't necessarily a bike genre as such, there are key attributes that make a bike more suitable for riding on the road year-round. One of the most important ones is mudguard mounts - or if your bike is truly ready for winter off-the-peg, it might already come with mudguards fitted. 

Increasingly, though, you can find lightweight mudguards which don't require frame mounts to keep you dry, so even mudguard mounts aren't an absolute requisite for a winter road bike nowadays. 

In addition to mudguards, in the winter you might be after a little more comfort, as it's unlikely you'll be racing or training quite as hard outdoors as you might be indoors and during the summer. That's why endurance road bikes or gravel bikes are popular all-season bike choices.

These bike genres will usually offer a more stable ride feel, and often more tyre clearance. The extra clearance will allow you to fit plusher, wider road bike tyres for extra traction and comfort.

A relative newcomer to the bike market is the 'all-road bike', and anything described as such will often make a great winter bike because it will be equipped to deal with brief off-road forays, while being a bit more nimble than a dedicated gravel bike. 

> How to make the most of winter bike rides

Once you've got your winter bike sorted, you should of course equip it with the appropriate mudguards and good quality bike lights, so you can not only see in front of you, but also be seen. Then it's just a case of dressing right for the weather, and those winter miles are suddenly not all that bad! 

The best winter road bikes

Merida Scultura Endurance 4000

Merida Scultura Endurance 4000

Best value winter bike
Buy now for £1800 from Cyclestore
Comfortable ride quality
Easy-to-live-with handling
Good spec for the money
Dead-feeling tyres

The Merida Scultura Endurance 4000 is priced at £2,250 making it a really great value road bike. We found that it offers a comfortable ride, easy handling, and a good spec for the money. Overall, the Scultura is well-balanced for both comfort and performance, with its geometry combining road and off-road elements. It may not be the most thrilling bike, but it provides an enjoyable ride experience especially if you update the tyres. The CF3 frameset is responsive and climbs effectively, and the Shimano 105 hydraulic brakes offer confidence-inspiring stopping power.

With a comfortable and compliant character, good build kit and reasonable price, the Merida Scultura Endurance 4000 is an excellent option for riders looking for a versatile and budget-friendly winter road bike.

Mason SLR SRAM Force

Mason SLR SRAM Force

Best money-no-object winter bike
Buy now for £5200 from Mason Cycles
Stunning ride quality
Excellent attention to detail
Incredibly high-quality finish
Highly versatile bike for all kinds of riding

You noticed there are no cons for this bike? That is because, in our testing, it performed so well it actually claimed the Bike of the Year 2022/23 title. Why? Well, we found that the Mason SLR  is a superbly crafted steel road bike that offers an extraordinary combination of performance and ride quality.

It's designed for big rides, loaded or unloaded, but excels in both scenarios. The custom-shaped tubes and full carbon fork deliver ride comfort and responsiveness that's hard to match, and the geometry strikes a balance between endurance and liveliness. With versatile features like multiple mounting points and dynamo routing, it's ready to take on the elements and makes a rather perfect winter bike. Of course, our test model that came with the SRAM Force groupset is a little on the pricier side, but you could also opt for the Shimano GRX version which is slightly more affordable.

Giant Defy Advanced 1

Giant Defy Advanced 1

Best for speedy winter miles
Buy now for £3199 from Giant
Perfect handling for all-day riding
Versatile; unfazed by dirt roads and easier trails
12-speed Shimano 105 Di2 is excellent and massively tunable
Set up for tubeless, just add sealant
Heavy wheels
Even wider gear range would be nice

The Giant Defy Advanced 1 is a versatile endurance bike that excels on long-distance rides and can take on some dirt roads and trails, too, with its 35mm tyre clearance. The ride feel is stable and ideal for all-day rides. It comes with a 12-speed Shimano 105 Di2 groupset for precise electronic shifting and is set up for tubeless tyres. The high-performance carbon frame offers internal brake hose routing and mudguard mounts, which makes this an even better option for winter miles. 

Vitus Razor Disc Claris

Vitus Razor Disc Claris

Best budget winter road bike
Buy now for £489.99 from Chain Reaction Cycles
Great ride quality
Balanced geometry gives confidence
Full mudguard mounts
Mudguard stays will need tweaking to fit
Tyres are a bit 'dead' feeling

The Vitus Razor Disc Claris is a serious winter road bike that is not going to break your bank account. Retailing for just a penny under £700, the Razor still comes with an impressive frameset that offers a smooth and responsive ride and mudguard compatibility. This bike is a versatile choice for riders looking to get into road cycling or seasoned riders seeking a dependable training or winter bike, as replacing parts will not be expensive. However, if you want to ride this bike all year around, the frame is upgrade-ready (you might want to replace the tyres sooner rather than later, and the geometry strikes a good balance between comfort and agility.

Liv Avail Advanced Pro 2 2023

Liv Avail Advanced Pro 2

Best women's winter road bike
Buy now for £2655 from Bicyclechain
Comfortable, women-specific geometry
Relatively light
Great value
Handlebar on the wide side

The Liv Avail Advanced Pro 2 is a fantastic women-specific endurance bike priced at £3,999 - although you can grab it for a lot less because the bike has seen a slight update for 2024. We tested the outgoing 2023 model and found that it offers a very comfortable and stable ride suitable for a range of endurance riders, from beginners to the more experienced. The carbon frame is stiff enough for efforts yet comfortable where it needs to be, and has internal cable routing for a clean appearance. The bike's geometry is based on women-specific fit data, making it a great choice for female riders.

Our test model was equipped with Shimano 105 Di2 electronic groupset, which provides excellent shifting and braking performance, while the Giant SLR2 36 Disc WheelSystem and Giant Gavia Fondo 1 Tubeless tyres offer a stable and smooth ride and come set up tubeless straight from the box. The Liv Avail Advanced Pro 2 is a great value option for winter endurance riding and provides a comfortable and enjoyable experience for riders of all levels of experience.

Moda Stretto 2023

Moda Stretto

Best for quality winter bike frameset
Buy now for £3175 from Moda Bikes
Quality frameset in terms of build and ride
Spinergy wheels improve comfort
Good weight for 105 Di2 build
Tough competition on price

The Moda Stretto is a little pricier for a winter road bike, retailing for £4,460, but it really strikes a balance between speed and comfort. You get a great quality carbon frame, which offers a nippy and responsive ride, making the Stretto suitable for sprints and climbs alike. The groupset is electronic Shimano 105 Di2 which delivers excellent performance. The bike rolls on Spinergy wheels and Challenge Strada TLR tyres which both add to the comfort of the bike. 

There are a lot of modern road bikes in the same price category with the Stretto, but it's hard to beat the overall quality of it. 

Spa Cycles Audax Mono bike cycled by a man in shorts

Spa Cycles Audax Mono

Best single-speed winter bike
Buy now for £795 from Spa Cycles
Superbly comfortable
Excellent value
Built for big distances
Saddle won’t suit all
Welding could be neater

If you want the ultimate simplicity out of your winter bike, then single-speed (or fixie) is the way to go. We've not reviewed many of them, but the Spa Cycles Audax Mono we tested proved to be a great value companion for long-distance fixed-gear adventures. It's got a comfy ride quality thanks to the Reynolds 725 steel frame. It does have a few minor drawbacks, such as saddle comfort and challenges with rear-wheel removal, but the overall package makes it a fantastic choice for those seeking long-distance cycling adventures without the fear of your shifting jamming (or freezing) mid-ride. 

Fara Cycling F/AR

man riding Fara Cycling F/All-Road bike

Fara Cycling F/AR

Best do-it-all winter road bike
Buy now for £3559 from Fara
Plenty of mounts for carrying kit
Great ride quality

The Fara Cycling F/AR is a high-performance road bike designed to handle rough terrain as well as paved roads. Its versatility really stems from the frame's ability to take 38mm tyres, but despite the chunky rubber the bike remains lightweight (our test bike tipped the scales at 8.11kg).  The frame's carbon layup and geometry make it feel like a pure road bike on smooth surfaces, providing excellent handling and responsiveness. If you wanted to take it on bikepacking adventures the frame also features numerous mounting points for carrying equipment - making this bike a true do-it-all winter bike option. 

2022 Mason Definition Chorus

Mason Definition Chorus

Best aluminium winter bike
Buy now for £3665 from Mason Cycles
Excellent attention to detail
Ride quality is second to none
Fun to ride regardless of speed

The Mason Definition Chorus is an exceptional all-road road bike that excels in every aspect and all terrains, and is mudguard-compatible. It offers a remarkable ride quality, thanks to well-crafted aluminium tubing and thoughtful geometry. We found that this bike provides a comfortable yet dynamic riding experience, whether you're cruising or pushing the limits. The craftsmanship and attention to detail are top-notch, and the frame and fork feature high-quality Italian construction. This bike is also the only one in this guide coming with a Campagnolo Chorus groupset that offers precise shifting and is paired with powerful hydraulic disc brakes. Overall, the Mason Definition Chorus is a fantastic example of what an aluminium road bike can achieve, with a ride that feels like an extension of the rider.

Tifosi Rostra Disc Tiagra bike ridden by a man in cycling shorts

Tifosi Rostra Disc Tiagra

Best winter bike for carrying a lot of things
Buy now for £1299 from Tredz
Mounts for all the essentials
Good ride quality
Polished finish looks cool
Roadie gearing might be a little high for off-road riding
External hose routing on the fork looks a little old school

The Tifosi Rostra Disc Tiagra offers excellent ride quality, stability, and comfort - everything you might want from your winter road bike. With its increased, 35mm tyre clearance and road-inspired geometry, it's suitable for both on-road and light off-road adventures and if you put on mudguards, you can still fit in 32mm rubber. The bike's mounting options for essentials like mudguards, racks, and bottle cages make it a practical choice for commuting, too. The frame is durable and equipped with a reliable - but affordable - Shimano Tiagra groupset, and sturdy Vision Team 30 wheels. The overall value is impressive, and it's a great option for riders looking for a versatile and comfortable bike that won't break the bank. 

sideview of Marin Gestalt XR gravel bike on a gravel road with top tube bag

Marin Gestalt XR

Best off-road winter bike
Buy now for £1499 from Winstanleys Bikes
Versatile but confidence inspiring geometry
Solid built kit for the cash
Great rear end compliance
Front end is a little harsh
Gear ratio favours speed on flats rather than climbing ability
Low standover limits space for frame bags

The Marin Gestalt XR is a gravel bike with a radical, aggressive geometry that takes inspiration from mountain bike design. If you want your winter rides to be mostly off the beaten tarmac roads, this bike comes with great stability, especially on flats and descents, making it a versatile and confidence-inspiring choice. The rear end of the bike provides excellent compliance for added comfort during long rides, though the front end is somewhat stiff, which can lead to arm fatigue on rough trails.

The Gestalt XR comes with Shimano's gravel-specific GRX groupset and although the gearing is best suited for speed on flat terrain, it's a very smooth and reliable groupset. The bike's Vee tyre Co. tyres offer good grip and speed but best of all, there is a dropper post which enhances the bike's capability on the roughest roads.

The Marin Gestalt XR is an excellent option for riders who want a fast and approachable bike with the capability to handle different riding conditions - mainly off-road. While it has some limitations, it excels in offering stability, speed, and comfort, particularly on flat surfaces and descents. 

Windover Bikes Bostal

Windover Bikes Bostal

Best steel winter bike
Buy now for £2950 from Windover Bikes
Exciting and engaging ride
Understated looks
Only 4 sizes available
The price of the bike
Er, understated looks?

The Windover Bikes Bostal is a gravel bike with a lively "steel feel" and both great ride and build quality. It handles well on both on- and off-road terrain, and can take massive tyres: 700x 50mm or 27.5-inch x 2.25in, and up to 45mm with mudguards. The frame's compatibility with large tyres and tubeless-ready rims really makes this bike great for winter miles. Shifting is handled by Shimano's GRX groupset.

If you appreciate a very non-stated but classic-looking, reliable winter bike, this is one to seriously consider. 

Vitus Venon EVO-GR Rival AXS

Vitus Venon EVO-GR Rival AXS

Best winter gravel bike for fast rides
Buy now for £2670 from Wiggle
Light and nimble
Great spec for the money
Becomes a very capable road bike with a change of tyres
Toe overlap with standard tyres

The Vitus Venon EVO-GR Rival AXS is a speedy all-road and gravel bike designed for fast rides and efficiency. It is built on a lightweight SL UD carbon-fibre frame, and despite the speed-orientated desing, the frame still offers tyre clearance of 45mm, making it well-suited for a variety of terrains. The bike is running with a 1x Rival AXS groupset, a 40T chainring, and a 12-speed 10-44T cassette, offering a wide range of gears for both gravel and road riding. Our test bike build included a Primavera carbon seatpost, Prime Orra Carbon handlebar, and Primavera 44 Carbon Disc wheels with 40mm Michelin Power tyres, all at a very competitive price.

If you want to ride fast on the gravel roads through the winter - or on the roads with road tyres - this bike is really hard to beat in terms of its performance and value. 

Vitus Venon EVO-RS Force AXS All-Road

Vitus Venon EVO-RS Force AXS All-Road

Best all-road winter bike
Buy now for £3499 from Chain Reaction Cycles
Awesome performance
Well thought out geometry
Good spec for the money
Versatile but not compromised
Full mudguards will require fettling to fit

You might think... isn't this the same bike as above? Basically, yes. The above gravel-orientated sibling is just equipped with gravel tyres, and this Vitus Venon EVO-RS Force AXS All-Road is an all-road bike with skinnier tyres. It blends features from aero and lightweight all-rounder road bikes, resulting in a very responsive and efficient ride. The tyre clearance is wide (up to 45mm) which allows for gravel adventures without compromising any of the road performance. The Venon handles well, and the impressive build quality and competitive price make it a fantastic value for those seeking a versatile road bike. Overall, the Venon EVO-RS is a top recommendation for all-road enthusiasts who might want a fast winter bike with mudguard compatibility - and road tyres instead of gravel. 

Ribble Gravel 725

Ribble Gravel 725

Best budget steel winter bike
Buy now for £2149 from Ribble Cycles
Great ride comfort
Good tyre clearance
Geometry gives balanced and stable handling
Welded section at BB adds stiffness but not aesthetics

The Ribble Gravel 725 is a steel gravel bike that offers a comfy ride feel and plenty of mounts for longer adventures. The bike boasts excellent tyre clearance (up to 47mm) and offers multiple mounting points for bikepacking adventures. The steel frame is a little heavier, which can affect climbing, but the bike still remains nimble and responsive on the descents and the full carbon fork helps reduce weight. In terms of shifting, the Gravel 725 comes with SRAM Rival XPLR AXS groupset which gives precise electronic shifting without breaking the bank. 

If you are not shunned by the weight and basic look of the bike, Ribble's Gravel 725 is a great budget steel bike option for the winter miles. 

Cube Nuroad EX gravel bike riding on gravel road

Cube Nuroad EX

Best budget winter gravel bike
Buy now for £1159 from Pauls Cycles
Lively performance
Very good value
Excellent Shimano GRX components
Maximum system weight of 115kg

The Cube Nuroad EX is a value-packed gravel bike built with an aluminium frame. Despite the lower-quality frame, it delivers lively performance on various terrains, and is equipped with good-quality, gravel-specific 1x11 Shimano GRX drivetrain. The frame features mounts for mudguards and optional racks, and the geometry transitions well between gravel and road riding. The WTB Riddler tyres and Cube GR 2.3 wheelset provide solid performance. Overall, the Nuroad EX is a well-rounded, cost-effective gravel bike that is comfy even on long rides.

Orro Terra X GRX gravel bike sideview in studio

Orro Terra X GRX400

Best versatile but affordable winter bike
Buy now for £1439 from Merlin Cycles
Versatile frameset
Geometry gives balanced handling
Good spec list for the money
Not as much tyre clearance as some
A bit weighty on the climbs

The Orro Terra X GRX400 is another accessible gravel bike that offers a balanced ride quality at a low price tag. Despite being a bit heavy on climbs, its well-matched geometry provides a stable ride. The frame includes mounts for accessories, making it suitable for commuting and touring alike, and you can fit 42mm wide tyres on for extra plushness.

With its versatility, dependable performance, and competitive pricing, this is an excellent winter bike option for those venturing into gravel riding or multi-purpose cycling.

Spa Cycles Elan Ti Mk2 105 R7000 11-speed

Spa Cycles Elan Ti Mk2 105 R7000 11-speed

Best winter bike that comes with mudguards fitted
Buy now for £2495 from Spa Cycles
Great ride quality
Finished to a high level
Good value
Durable handbuilt wheels
External cable/hose routing not as clean looking as internal routing

Want a ready-to-go winter road bike? Then the Spa Cycles Elan Ti Mk2 is a great titanium option, and it comes with mudguards fitted. On top of that, it has a winter-suitable geometry (relaxed is what you want) as the tall head tube provides a more upright riding position. It also does well in urban traffic with its manoeuvrability and hydraulic disc brakes that ensure you will stop even if it's raining. The frame and fork are well-crafted, though they lack internal cable routing, and the bike's 105 R7000 groupset performs reliably in all conditions.

Winter road bikes: everything you need to know

Is it ok to ride a bike through the winter?

Cycling through the winter is absolutely ok, and a great way to keep fit. You might want to re-think your kit choices and opt for thermal bib tights, good quality gloves and even winter cycling shoes, but other than those it's just a matter of taking it a little easier on the roads. 

Winter can be unpredictable and the roads pose more dangers in the form of ice and snow. If you are not familiar with the roads you're riding, you should take extra caution riding them in the winter as you never know if the temperatures have dropped below zero overnight and the shaded descent can have a sheet of black ice on it. It's always better to be safe than sorry. 

> How to ride your bike through the ice and snow

If your winter cycling is mostly commuting and you often ride in the early hours of the morning, you might want to check out proper studded winter cycling tyres, so that you can stay safe if there is regularly ice on your route through the winter. 

Do you need a winter bike?

This is the most common question asked about winter bikes, and the simple answer is (contrary to the title of this buyer's guide)... nope! You absolutely don't need a winter road bike, but they do offer some benefits. Whether one is suited for you depends on your riding preferences and to some extent, budget. 

If your road bike is a very expensive one and - to give one example - equipped with rim brakes, you might want a second bike to spend less on replacing components over the harshest weather months. Disc brakes on your winter bike will generally stop you better, even if rim brakes are perfectly fine for most riding conditions. If you ride on the roads, the grit and road salt will not only dirty up your bike's components, but possibly even the frame. This could become more costly tp maintain than just getting an affordable winter bike, if you ride a lot. 

All that said, it's absolutely fine to have one bike for the whole year. It's ever more common for racier road bikes to have the capacity for slightly wider tyres and mudguards, which means you can simply winter-proof them when the time comes. You could also just swap your pricier carbon wheels to alloy hoops, or a high-end cassette to a little more affordable one for the winter months and save money on the premium parts that way. 

What kind of bike is best for winter cycling?

We say the best winter bike is one that makes you want to go out riding in the winter months, of course! Usually, this means it should keep you comfortable and yet not be so sluggish that you feel it's an elephant compared to your summer steed. 

Endurance or all-road road bikes are great options, as are gravel bikes. They offer a little more relaxed geometry and more tyre clearance, and often compromise little on speed compared to a narrow-tyred race bikes on rough roads. 

Can I use carbon wheels on my winter road bike?

While cyclists used to be horrified at the idea of using fancy carbon rims in winter, the advent of disc brakes and the improvement in carbon fibre manufacturing means that in reality, there's no reason why carbon composite wheels will be any less suitable than alloy ones for winter riding when it comes to strength and braking performance.

The pads on rim brakes - that stop you by biting on the rim of the wheel - will degrade faster if used heavily over winter, so even ignoring the weaker braking performance, you'll spend more replacing pads by using carbon rim brake wheels over winter. If you run rim brakes on your winter bike, we'd strongly recommend switching to a set of alloy wheels for the winter to lengthen the lifespan of your carbon wheels and brake pads. 

If your bike has hydraulic disc brakes, there's much less reason to be concerned about wear because there's no direct contact between the brake pad and wheel. You or your mechanic will need to bleed your disc brakes occasionally and the brake pads will eventually need replacing, but these jobs don't need to be performed frequently. 

Even if you have a disc brake bike, you might still want to switch to a set of alloy wheels for the off-season. Gritty, dirty roads could cause some cosmetic damage to any wheel, and you'd probably rather it wasn't one that cost you a considerable amount. Also, if your carbon wheels have some depth for aerodynamic gains, this won't be preferable in winter where cold winds could push you around. A set of shallower wheels will be much more suitable for nasty winter weather, whether they're carbon or alloy. 

If we had unlimited budget, we'd love to ride carbon wheels all through winter - but the lower cost of modern all-season alloy rims, plus features like the shallower depth and suitability for wider tyres - means we'd probably go for the more affordable option if we could budget for a dedicated set of winter wheels. 

What about carbon frames? Is aluminium, carbon or steel better for a winter road bike?

Similarly to the conundrum of whether you should use carbon or alloy wheels in winter, modern manufacturing of the vast majority of bike frames made from carbon, aluminium, steel or titanium makes any of them perfectly suitable for year-round use, and which one you choose will come down to budget and preference. 

While manufacturers can do amazing things with aluminium tubes nowadays and there are some really high-end aluminium bikes, generally the most affordable road bike frames are made out of this material. If you can budget for a dedicated winter bike, you might choose aluminium just because it costs less, and you might not feel so bad about riding it in rubbish weather and getting it dirty. There is an old trope that aluminium frames are harsher than their carbon or steel equivalents, but they've improved no end in recent years and most riders will struggle to tell the difference. 

If you can only budget for one bike and that bike has a carbon frame, it's perfectly fine and should last you may years with regular cleaning and servicing. As we've covered numerous times in this guide, you might want to think about budgeting for some winter-specific kit and accessories to preserve the bike's lifespan - like winter wheels and tyres plus some quality mudguards - but really, the vast majority of modern road bikes will serve you perfectly well at any time of year. Just save the slick skinny tyres and deep wheels for summer!

Suvi joined F-At in 2022, first writing for She's since joined the tech hub, and contributes to all of the sites covering tech news, features, reviews and women's cycling content. Lover of long-distance cycling, Suvi is easily convinced to join any rides and events that cover over 100km, and ideally, plenty of cake and coffee stops. 

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Simon E | 8 months ago

A clubmate has just bought a Cannondale Topstone (alloy, with full length mudguards) as his "Winter / adventure bike". It looks nice, I'll be interested to see what he thinks of it.

The Fara all-road model had a pretty good review from Simon Willis here on youtube. If I had a big pot of cash to spend I'd definitely consider a Mason and Fairlight Strael. If spending a bit less then I'd want to try a Ribble Endurance or CGR 725 simply because I'm a sucker for skinny tubes and, well, steel is real. smiley

Adam Sutton | 8 months ago

I've had the alloy version of the Ribble CGR for four years. Bought with mudgaurds that never come off and an added pannier rack for commuting, it has faired pretty well in all weathers and conditions and proven quite robust as it is often gets taken off the beaten track at weekends.

Rapha Nadal | 8 months ago

Articles such as this should show the bikes with full mudguards fitted to demostrate that they can actually take proper ones & not crappy clip ons.  It's just another list of bikes otherwise.

Sredlums | 8 months ago

None of these, except for the Spa Cycles Elan, is suitable as a winter bike in a wet place like the UK (I'm from The Netherlands, I can relate).

Mudguards are simply a requirement. The article shoul be titled 'Best bikes that can be turned in to winter road bikes'.

Rapha Nadal replied to Sredlums | 8 months ago

Both Mason's are?  I have the Definition as my winter bike with full PDW's on it and it serves me well.

OnYerBike replied to Sredlums | 8 months ago

Whilst I would agree that mudguards are a requirement for winter riding, that is well detailed in this Guide, and indeed there is even a link to a dedicated separate guide for bikes that are available supplied with mudguards. I would also add that mudguards can be bought and supplied pre-fitted for other bikes on the list, including the Mason and the Fara. 

levestane replied to Sredlums | 8 months ago

The Elan has reasonable mudguards (but could be better), the others pictured are pretty ineffective.

Dogless | 8 months ago

Is it sensible to recommend Vitus at the moment given any warranty or guarantee is likely going to be utterly pointless in a few months?

cyclisto replied to Dogless | 8 months ago
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Vitus Razor costs less than half the price of the cheapest geared option, so it is still very attractive as an option, good to include it.

Surreyrider replied to Dogless | 8 months ago

True. They're also promoting a Giant bike that has been replaced by a new model that is widely available. So there you go, not exactly a watertight list.