to

Showing reviews 1–25 of 426

Photo: Rupert Radley

The Garmin Forerunner 935 is the brand's premium performance watch that can do it all, but it might overkill for some

£439.99
Score 9

Knog Blinder R70 rear light

The Knog Blinder R70 pushes out 70 lumens of illumination on its peak setting. It’s another long, thin unit which sits flush behind your seatpost. Knog packages the Blinder R70…

£54.99
Score 9

The Lezyne Micro GPS provides a full function GPS unit in a compact package, but the small screen makes readability an issue unless your eyesight is good

£120.00
Score 9

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