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Storck Fascenario.3 Platinum

The Storck Fascenario.3 Platinum doesn't fall into Storck's aero category – it sits in the all-round series yet remains supremely aerodynamic and lightweight

£10,714.00
Score 9

GORE Element Digi Heart jersey

The GORE Element Digi Heart jersey promises to bring the brand's technical expertise to the casual rider

£59.00
Score 9

Cero AR30 Evo

If you want quality, performance-led wheels with wallet-friendly pricing then Cero is the first place to look and the Cero AR30 Evos fit the bill perfectly

£499.00
Score 10

The Giro Savix are excellent mid-level shoes that look good and are comfortable. The Boa dial offers great adjustment and the cleat compatibility is useful

£99.99
Score 8

Fizik has simplified the design of its top Fizik M3B MTB shoe, which now uses just a single Boa closure, but has this affected fit?

£229.99
Score 9

Santini Tono bibshorts

The Santini Tono bib shorts are pitched at hot summer rides. We’ve tested them in more temperate British conditions

£134.99
Score 8

Here is our long-term review of the PowerTap P1 Pedals and P1S single-sided version. It may be one of the most versatile and easy-to-install power meters on the market, but…

£999.00
Score 9

The Canyon Endurace AL 7.0 Disc tops the company's alloy Endurace range, and it's a fun-maximiser and performance-pusher in its own right

£1,499.00
Score 10

Designed for off-the-beaten-track adventures, we test the the Sportful Giara W shorts to see if they deliver form and function

£65.00
Score 7

Haynes Road Cycling Manual

We’ve had a read through the new Haynes Road Cycling Manual and like the breadth and depth of its coverage

£22.99
Score 9

GORE Power Lady Windstopper jersey

Can the GORE Power Lady Windstopper jersey become the go-to kit option for dealing with the realities of a British summer?

£139.99
Score 8

Sportful Giara glove

It's designed for the gravel bike movement, but can the Sportful Giara glove offer refinement as well as a bit of rough?

£32.00
Score 8

Tern Verge X11 folding bike

Does a new wheel size and top-end spec justify a spend of £2,400 on a folding bike? Oswin Grady tested this speed-injected folder to find out

£2,400.00
Score 9

Dhb Aeron SuperLight

If you’re planning some hot rides, the dhb Aeron SuperLight jersey might make them that bit more comfortable

£55.00
Score 9

The MAAP Team bibs are a well-built pair of comfortable shorts that'll go the distance

£163.00
Score 9

Wahoo Elemnt Bolt best cycling computer

The Wahoo Elemnt Bolt computer integrates the design of the bike computer and its mount to reduce drag by over 50 per cent relative to competitors’ products

£199.00
Score 9

The Pro Stealth saddle is designed for comfort in aggressive positions on the drops or aerobars

£129.99
Score 8

We put Tony Martin's time trialling wheels, the Zipp 808 NSW, to the test

£1,432.00
Score 9

We've been riding the new Kinesis Tripster AT, the UK brand's latest gravel bike. Here's what we think of the new all terrain machine

£1,699.98
Score 8

The Giro Monaco II mitts are loaded with features to make long summer rides more comfortable including Pittards sheep leather palms

£44.99
Score 8

Sportful Primavera jersey

With its breathable mesh upper and slim fit, the £55 women's-specific Sportful Primavera jersey offers high-end attributes for those on a budget

£55.00
Score 10

Gatorskin

The UK’s favourite training tyre, we’ve been out and about testing the Continental Gatorskin tyres on the UK’s back roads

£34.95
Score 8

Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels

Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels have been replaced at the top of the Fulcrum aluminium tree but the new refinements keep them bang up to date with all cycling trends

£849.99
Score 9