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Luu Pico Pro 520 front light

A compact and all round good light with practical and varied beam settings, the Luu Pico Pro front light is a strong choice

Score 8

This Pedro’s ICM multi-tool is on the larger side in comparison to some slimline models available. The main reason for this is that it has nearly every tool you could…

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Exposure Blaze acts as a bright, compact and easy to use rear light which our tester liked.

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They may not be the sexiest piece of cycling kit, but a good chain cleaner is essential to keep your prize steed in good working order and, more importantly, looking…

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Hope do provide extra special pieces of kit that work thoroughly well, though is a rear light with an external battery a little overkill at £95?

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Exposure's Toro MK6 comes with some great updates including a OLED Status Display that gives you battery life on screen.

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Hope R4 LED front bike lights covers all your seeing needs at this time of year, whether that is on or off-road

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Lezyne Macro Duo bike light

Lezyne Marco Duo comes as a front and rear bike light in one well built unit. Can it live up to the unique idea?

Score 8

Birzman make ‘tools to keep you riding’. This ‘weather warrior’ case might just about squeeze under that umbrella, because although it isn’t a tool, I always have a mobile phone…

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The clever upside-down design of the Iris means that bottle access on smaller frames is much improved with the only drawback being that the bottle can need a bit of…


This is a soft shell bike case with 
a difference — its clever, dual-
purpose design means it can double 
as a workstand. The base, which holds the bike static in…

Score 7

If a bottle cage does its job well it becomes somewhat unremarkable and forgettable — in a good way, you understand. And that’s exactly the case with the SL-Speed. With…

Score 8

They call it the EDC kit. The acronym extrapolated to Every Day Carry. It’s an essential selection of tools for the average mans everyday needs. Okay, you might not need…

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There are so many different personal preferences when it comes to kit bags, so it is hard for any manufacturer to get it perfect. Length of straps, size of bag,…

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Beautifully crafted, the latest Garmin mount from K Edge is a class act. The twin bolt design is a doddle to fit to a 31.8mm bar and clamps down snugly.…

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We were so excited when the Rap 14 turned up, but sadly the romance came to a crashing end when we tried to use it on a SRAM Red groupset.…

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KCNC’s take on the Garmin mount is typical of the Tiawanese company — it’s beautifully machined and finished, while the design has had plenty of thought go into it. A…

Score 8

The high level of finish really sets the Super Charger apart from its rivals in this test. In fact, its classy looks are more akin to a high-end kitchen gadget…

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With a reputation for producing high quality tools, we had high expectations for the PFP-7. So to say we were disappointed would be an understatement. The action of the barrel…

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There’s quite a heavy, solid feel to the Air Tower 4. It’s reasonably well built but still feels a little plasticky compared to many of the other more luxurious pumps…

Score 7

Joint second when it came to accuracy and, as it turned out, our second favourite overall. We chose the Pro from Topeak’s extensive range of Joe Blow pumps as it’s…

Score 9

A huge gauge with a suitably massive marker bevel makes it easy to read but not very accurate. The small connector is stiff to fit and awkward to use —…

Score 7

If you’re after a straightforward, no frills piece of kit then this could be the pump for you. The connector doesn’t have an air bleed but it’s very easy to…

Score 8