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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

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

Bellroy wallets have always tested well with us here at Cycling Weekly. They offer practical solutions to carrying your essentials in a sleek and attractive package.

£59.99
Score 9

The Fabric CO2/lever kit pulls together your puncture repair needs into a single bundle. We've tested it out on the road.

£19.99
Score 8

The Topeak Omni RideCase enables you to mount almost any size of smartphone to a bike so it can be used as a computer or GPS unit.

£29.99
Score 9

Rock "N" Roll Gold lube is the brand's top bike lubricant. We've been testing it through the winter to see how it copes with harsh conditions.

£8.95
Score 9

An ideal energy bar for the stone age cyclist this paleo friendly energy bar is made exclusively of natural ingredients

£27.00
Score 6

We've tested the Mio Cyclo 505 HC cycling computer, Mio's rival to the Garmin Edge 1000. How did it face off against the competition?

£399.99
Score 8

The '00' designation is reserved for Fizik's best products that are aimed at performance riders. Here is our review of the Fizik 00 seatpack.

£34.99
Score 7

If you need extra welly to get your tyre off your rim, a pair of Lezyne Power Lever XL may be the answer. They're longer and more robust than most.

£4.99
Score 9

The Garmin Index Smart Scale, as the price suggests, is more than just a bathroom scale, measuring a whole host of body metrics and syncing with your phone.

£149.99
Score 4

If you want to keep your pride and joy in tip top condition, then a wash and clean should be part of your post-ride ritual, particularly with damper, saltier conditions…

£4.99
Score 9

Stages has improved on its first generation of power meters but has it improved enough. I've been testing for a while now and think it still has some work to…

£649.99
Score 6

garmin edge 820 mapping

We take a first look at the new Garmin Edge 820, including all the essential features that you need to know about, its battery life, price and availability.

£329.99
Score 6

Wahoo kickr has received a decent update from its predecessor working on the same direct-drive principle that that the Kickr is known for. Updates such as weight, firmware upgrades and…

£999.00
Score 8