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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

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

Velopac Ridepac

VeloPac has just revamped its RidePac with this KOM design – there’s a QOM model too for the ladies. They’re part of a collection of five new designs by illustrator…

£32.00
Score 9

Buxum Bike Box

The Buxum Tourmalet is a bike box made from aircraft-grade aluminium that aims to play the airlines at their own game

£699.00
Score 7

Exposure TraceR

British brand Exposure provide well built, stylish and bright lights for both road and off-road riders. The Exposure TraceR has done a great job at keeping me seen from the…

£49.95
Score 9

Garmin edge 520

The Garmin Edge 520 follows on from the classic 500, but with a few extra features - we kept one on long term test to see how it performed

£279.99
Score 9

We've tested the new Elite Fly water bottle – it's a clever update on the standard bidon and is used by 12 WorldTour pro teams

£5.99
Score 9

We test the Fabric Sixteen multitool. How well does it work? And does it really have 16 tools?

£24.99
Score 9

Avaialble as a roll-on or in sachets, 2Toms Butt Shield takes a new approach to remedying the cyclist's secret problem

£15.00
Score 9

On the face of it, it's a pretty standard mini pump, but the Birzman Sheath Apogee has a couple of useful tricks up its sleeve.

£37.99
Score 8

Garmin brings its considerable expertise in cycling computer technology to illumination.

£279.99
Score 6

We've been testing Halo Proactive sports wash on our cycling kit – an effective laundry liquid that helps reduce odour build-up.

£5.99
Score 9

Cero is not the first brand to spring to mind when it comes to handlebar Garmin mounts, but it has done a good job here.

£14.99
Score 9

Topeak JoeBlow Booster track pump

The JoeBlow Booster stands 75cm tall and weighs 3.3kg, so it’s not something you’re likely to want to lug around with you. But if you’re serious about setting up tubeless…

£139.99
Score 9

Fabric's take on the trusty old multi-tool is an interesting one with a whole lot of potential, but how does it hold up in the real world?

£34.99
Score 7

Exposure Switch front light

British brand Exposure has been providing road riders and mountain bikers with quality light components for many years. How does the latest Exposure Switch deal with the commute?

£78.70
Score 9

Polaris's EVA Pod Plus bike case promises to get your bike to its destination undamaged – will it do the job for £325?

£325.00
Score 8

Cero is better known for its wheels, but it also makes accessories: bottles, pumps, rims, handlebars and what we're testing here, bottle cages.

£18.99
Score 10

2Toms Stink Free sports detergent is part of a range of cleaning products formulated specifically for smelly sports kit.

£16.50
Score 8

This is a nicely styled saddle bag from the USA. It's made for urban riders but can also it work in a sportier scenario?

£28.00
Score 7

At just 23g, the Elite Vico Carbon bottle cage is ideal for those wanting to pare a few grams off their bikes.

£24.99
Score 9