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Cross/Adventure Bikes

2017 is the time to look at true versatility without compromising on performance. Richmond is uniquely favoured with a mix of terrain, and these bikes will take you from tarmac, to gravel, to towpath, to Richmond Park, to Wimbledon Common, to the Surrey Hills, the South Downs and way beyond. If you only own one bike, make it one of these.

Trek Crossrip

Trek’s Crossrip range are a supremely practical collection of bikes. Fast, versatile commuters, a tough winter road bike, a gravel-eating explorer or a cyclo-cross racer, the Crossrip really is capable of all of these, and they begin under £1,000. We have demos, too.

Genesis Croix de Fer

The Genesis Croix de Fer could be listed in virtually every category in the shop. It’s a super-strong roadie, it’s a go-anywhere adventure bike, it’s a tourer, it’s a cyclo-cross machine, it’s a versatile commuter… with steel frames and sensible specification, this is a range that never fails to appeal. Bikes go from £899 to £1499.

Genesis Tour de Fer

The eminently sensible boys and girls at Genesis realised that many people were buying their excellent Croix de Fer and transforming it into a full-on touring bike. They thought they’d get straight to the point and design exactly what the touring cyclist wants from the floor up. This wonderfully balanced steel tourer includes racks, a dynamo, touring bars and super stout wheels for hauling you and your kitchen sink round the world. £1,499.

Renner Zolder WC

Everybody likes something unique. Well, they don’t come more “one-off” than this, an exquisite sky blue carbon cross machine made as a single item for the Flandrian / Caledonian cyclo-cross maestros, Renner. It’s got Shimano’s Di2 shifting and hydraulic discs too, created to take on the Zolder World ‘Cross Champtionships but never ridden. Comes with a custom Renner Lazer helmet. £3,999, one only.

Orro Terra Drop Bar

When we first saw the Orro Terra, we knew that it had been designed by somebody who likes to ride. Perfect frame geometry, fast enough to make a great road bike, tough enough to take you off-piste, exemplary componentry and unbelievable value. Frankly, we thought it cost quite a bit more. British, and with the sort of finishing kit that will persuade your friends you specced it yourself. From just £999.

Orro Terra Flat Bar

All of the versatility of the drop bar Terra, this bike is for the rider that likes to keep it simple and ride in a more mountain-bike-flavoured position. Again, a huge bang for your buck at £999.