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The Lezyne Strip Drive Pro is the company’s highest output rear light. In its brightest daytime flashing mode, it’s good for 300 lumens

Liv Langma Advance Pro Disc

As cyclists we can't help but pigeon hole. From catagorising stages at Grand Tours to defining our own riding prowess, we generally fit anything cycling related in to neat boxes…

Cube says that the innovative aerodynamics of its new Aerium TT C:68 time trial bike, launched today, deliver maximum aero performance along with outstanding handling. With the abandonment by the…

The Cateye Rapid X3 is Cateye’s top-of-the-range rear light, pushing out 150 lumens on its top power setting. It achieves this using twin arrays of chip on board (COB) LEDs.…

These Albion bib shorts are a comfortable and have a premium feel without an excessively premium price tag

Prendas Bordeaux-Paris race jersey

Forming part of its Forgotten Races range is the Prendas Bordeaux-Paris race jersey. The design celebrates the gruelling Derny-paced race which covered 500km and was famously won by Tom Simpson…

Provisional list of teams/riders taking part in the 2018 Tour de France, where Chris Froome will face the likes of Nairo Quintana and Richie Porte.