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The Topeak Mini 9 Pro packs a lot of essentials into a small package including two tyre levers.

£19.99
Score 8

The Lezyne Digital Alloy Drive lets you inflate higher volumes quickly and gives you an accurate pressure reading down to the nearest 1psi

£70.00
Score 7

The Lezyne Super GPS is a excellent-value-for money cycling computer, offering top-end functionality for a fraction of the expected price

£129.99
Score 8

The Pro Team Compressor provides a robust, easy-to-use solution to seating tubeless tyres, which works with your current track pump, is effective and won’t break the bank.

£49.99
Score 8

Tacx Vortex Smart

The Tacx Vortex is the Dutch brand’s original interactive smart trainer and is considerably cheaper and lighter than the range-topping direct-drive Tacx Neo Smart. At only 9kg compared to the…

£399.99
Score 9

The Osprey Pandion 28 is big enough for heavy packers and won't break your back thanks to its figure-hugging design

£110.00
Score 9

BellRoy Phone Wallet

The Phone Wallet is another logical and stylish product from travel brand Bellroy, but is its £65 justifiable?

£65.00
Score 7

Giant NeosTrack cycling computer

It’s fair to say that if we were playing a word association game and the term was “cycling computer”, Giant’s name wouldn’t be the first to spring to mind. The…

£149.99
Score 7

The latest model out of the Garmin factory is the chart topping Garmin 1030. Packed full of features does it still remain the best GPS options available on the market?

£499.99
Score 8

tacx neo

The Tacx Neo Smart direct-drive trainer is one of most sophisticated available, though it is one of the most expensive and has a very large footprint

£1,249.99
Score 8

Tacx GoPro Bike mount

Coming with both handlebar and saddle mounts, the Tacx GoPro Bike mount uses a camera quick release system to make capturing your cycling action as easy as possible.

£18.00
Score 9

Lezyne KTV Drive

The new format Lezyne KTV Drive light set has plenty of output for commutes or daytime running, in a compact format although it's tricky to recharge both at once

£37.99
Score 8

Karcher

The Karcher OC3 portable cleaner lets you pressure wash your bike after a ride, if you're not near a hose. But its 4 litre water reservoir soon runs out

£149.99
Score 8

The Xplova X5 Evo is a GPS from computer company Acer. It's got a lot of functionality, including a built in action camera

£379.99
Score 7

It's luxurious and certainly looks the business, but we found the TechnoGym MyCycling smart trainer neither as intuitive, or as powerful, as its competitors

£1,590.00
Score 8

It's an absolutely beast in terms of its body weight, but the CycleOps Hammer proves to have world beating ride feel

£1,000.00
Score 8

Knog Blinder Mini Niner light set

The Knog Blinder Mini light set comes in three different variants. All have a 20 lumen front and 11 lumen rear unit. We've tested the Niner.

£45.99
Score 9

Lezyne Laser Drive

The Lezyne Laser Drive rear light has a flashing mode with 250 lumen output and projects two guidelines onto the road surface for extra visibility

£57.99
Score 9

Lezyne Lite Drive bike light

The Lezyne Lite Drive 700 XL is the entry-level light to Lezyne’s performance range, designed to see with as well as to be seen

£56.99
Score 9

Bontrager Ion bike light

Compact, easy to use and with five different modes, the Bontrager Ion 350 R is a great front light for commuters

£44.99
Score 9

The Garmin Virb Ultra 30 is Garmin's top-of-the-range action camera. It takes 4k/30 video and is packed with lots of features, including voice control

£389.99
Score 8

We put the featherweight Café du Cycliste Madeleine gilet through its paces in the British autumn and winter and find it well up to the job

£92.00
Score 9

Sea Sucker Mini Bomber Bike Rack

Apparently the bikes on the car must always be worth more than the vehicle itself – but the existence of such a rule doesn’t mean there aren’t automobile conscious cyclists out…

£449.99
Score 9