- Batavus Blockbuster Plus, 2015 model A rigid-framed load-carrying city bike with everything included. Big and beefy.
- Bickerton folding bike Vintage folding bike with plenty of kitsch value, but poor quality.
- Dahon Impulse folding bike, 2007 model SRAM dual drive 24-speed steel folder. Luxuriously comfortable but rather heavy.
- Dahon MU P8 folding bike, 2007 model Comfortable, responsive, cute-looking aluminium folder. Ailing after five years.
- Dawes Sportif Comp Reynolds steel bike suitable for long rides. Stable and comfortable, but over-geared.
- Gazelle Xanta College city bike An armchair on wheels.
- Moulton TSR A Rohloff-equipped TSR reviewed after 7,000 miles by owner Dave Butler.
- Raleigh M-Trax Team Titanium mountain bike Nicely specd vintage MTB. Let down by excessive frame flex.
- Raleigh Medale road bike Bike boom gas-pipe steel. Comfortable but flexy. Only any good when single speed.
- Surly Cross-Check Comfortable and with clearance for fat tyres. Suitable for day rides and commuting.
- A comparison of a Brompton S, a Mezzo and a Dahon folding bike How I learnt not to compare folding bikes with proper bikes (by riding some).
Bikes are reviewed using the following criteria:
- Practicality (including design features, ease of use for day to day transport cyclists)
- Comfort (including compliance, absence of road buzz)
- Efficiency (including responsiveness, lack of resistance)