Which bike should I go for?

Which bike should
I go for?

Road bikes

Road Bikes

Good for: Long-distance commuting. Fitness riding. Sportives. Racing.

Hybrid

Hybrid

Good for: Versatility. Anyone who just wants ‘a bike’. Hills, due to a wide gear range.

Folding bikes

Folding Bikes

Good for: The last leg of train commutes. Easy storage at home/work. Short journeys.

Mountain bikes

Mountain Bikes

Good for: All kinds of off-road terrain. Sturdiness – they’re built to take abuse. Hills.

Roadster/Dutch Bikes

Roadster/Dutch Bikes

Good for: Versatility. Anyone who just wants ‘a bike’. Hills, due to a wide gear range.

Electric bikes

Electric Bikes

Good for: Flattening hills and shrinking distances. Heavy loads. Less fit cyclists.

Touring bikes

Touring Bikes

Good for: Carrying panniers. Comfort. Tackling hills, due to wide gear range. Cycling holidays.

Trikes

Trikes

Good for: Anyone looking to enjoy cycling with the security that only three wheels can provide.

Cyclo-cross/Gravel Bikes

Cyclo-cross/Gravel Bikes

Good for: Versatility. Comfortable and capable on bad roads and good tracks.

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