Long term test: Genesis Caribou - n+1?

By Bryan Singleton We have all come across the ‘how many bikes do you need’ formula (n+1). And often I have heard it used in the same sentence as fat bikes along with comments such as ‘they are only for those who have everything’ or ‘we do not get enough snow in the UK’ etc. In 2015 Genesis Bikes sponsored our Kielder 101 event and a Caribou fat bike ..

Laura Bingham's South American Journey

Natural born adventurer, Laura Bingham (22) is taking on a South American adventure of epic proportions aboard her trusty Croix de Fer. As a social experiment, Laura and adventure partner Cho are traveling some 7500km across the continent without a penny between them to see first-hand the kindness of strangers. The journey will take them from Manta in Ecuador to Buenos Aires in Argentina and sh..

Datum - Latest Reviews

October 22nd, 2015

There’s always a little trepidation when launching a new model but when the Datum started to come together, we knew we were on to a winner. With samples heading out to be reviewed, we waited in anticipation and have been thoroughly rewarded so far. Check out below just a few of the reviews we've been sent so far! "The Datum's smooth ride quality is exactly what you&#..
Someone's lucky they're sample frame size! After a recent mishap, Han-S..., erm, Mr. Ford was in need of a replacement frame for his much-loved Croix de Fer and we were only too happy to oblige. Thanks to Jay @ Helen's Cycles for the snap and for getting him back on the road. Too late to re-name the colour C-3PO gold?!  
Genesis is proud to announce the release of the new carbon Zero frame which was debuted by the Madison Genesis (UCI Continental) road team at the first stage of the Tour of Britain in Wales yesterday, Sunday 6 September. After a ground-breaking 2014, Genesis has launched its new frame in a range that consists of three complete bikes and two framesets. Of the complete sets, the range is mad..
Copenhagen based - Ian gives us the story of his custom Croix just recently painted by John Burke from Cromaworks. Photo credit: Ian Miles     I have ridden mountain bikes for many years but really only using them for urban and country track use. Whilst back in the UK I purchased a cheapish Pinarello road bike and used to ride alot in Windsor Great Park and somet..