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Lightweight bike that’s nimble off-road and speedy on tarmac but will cost you more

The Felt is a ‘breed’ apart here, using lightweight aluminium instead of heavier but more compliant steel. It results in a bike that’s nearly a kilo-and-a-half lighter than the Vitus and Ragley, and two-and-a-half kilos less than the all-steel BiviBIKE.

While it is significantly more expensive it’d be hard to find a bike for this kind of money equipped with a full carbon fork, carbon seatpost, titanium-railed saddle, carbon cranks,

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