Genesis bikes need little introduction. Their cheerfully capable and incurably British designs are ubiquitous on UK city streets, and they have a presence in virtually every sector of the cycling landscape.

  • Highs: Versatility for all weathers and all types of riding; nice looks
  • Lows: Average ride quality and more corners cut on the spec than we’d like
  • Buy If: You want a bike for all seasons and you aren’t hung up on marginal gains

The Equilibrium first appeared as a budget steel machine which, with keen pricing and provision for mudguards, became a popular second string to the bow of riders seeking a steed for less clement weather. Since its release, innumerable variations have been added to the line-up to suit a range of budgets, with various tubesets and component specs on offer.

The Disc Ti on test here is the most expensive of the lot. As the name implies, this

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