A mixed mode delamination test procedure was developed combining double cantilever beam (DCB) mode I loading and end-notch fixture (ENF) mode II loading on a split unidirectional laminate. By loading with a lever, a single applied load simultaneously produces mode I and mode II bending loads on the specimen. This mixed-mode bending (MMB) test was analyzed using both finite-element procedures and beam theory to calculate the mode I and mode II components of strain-energy release rate G(sub I) and G(sub II), respectively. A wide range of G(sub I)/G(sub II) ratios can be produced by varying the load position on the lever. As the delamination extended, the G(sub I)/G(sub II) ratios varied by less than 5%. Beam theory equations agreed closely with the finite-element results and provide a basis for selection of G(sub I)/G(sub II) test ratios and a basis for computing the mode I and mode II components of measured delamination toughness. The MMB test was demonstrated using AS4/PEEK (APC2) unidirectional laminates. The MMB test introduced in this paper is rather simple and is believed to offer several advantages over most current mixed-mode test.