SuperOp is a great gadget that will help to boost you performance, informing you of your metabolic stress level and suggesting your ideal training load.
Before we go any further, I have been using the Garmin Edge 1000 for two years now. In that time it has had a number of firmware updates which have…
It may not be sexy but it's effective. We test Pedro's allen key set with pretty much every size you'll need between 1.5mm and 10mm.
The M-24 backpack is a rock solid backpack made with old lorries tarpalin. It is not 100 per cent ideal for cycling, but it can still be a good choice.
The Knog Blinder MOB V is a very smart rear light which you won't need cable charge as it features an integrated USB plug that can survive all conditions.
At £60 for the pair, the NiteRider Lumina Micro 450/Sabre 50 combo represent great value and will be more than bright enough unless you're going off-road.
If you're after a cycle computer that isn't a Garmin, the Wahoo Elemnt could be a good alternative, being dead easy to set up and with good functionality.
The Cateye Volt 800 is a good and solid front light, that does a good job lighting up the road ahead. However I found it a bit heavy, but the…
The Guee Sol 700 Plus is a very compact and well performing front light with a great ambient sensor that gives power according to the external light conditions
We've put the Light & Motion Urban 850 Trail front light through its paces, being impressed by its brightness, but side illumination could be better.
The NiteRider Sentinel 150 is a very good rear light with impressive brightness and a neat feature that projects a lazer bike lane onto the road behind you.
Good value, easy to use, and gathering all your vital stats, the Cateye Velo Wireless computer is a great choice for those just starting out in road cycling.
I remember the day I bought my Garmin Edge 500 as if it was yesterday. It was 11 July 2011 and Thor Hushovd, the World Champion riding for Garmin-Cervelo, had…
The Guee Aero-X rear light is a good rear light if you need something that will fit an aero seatpost, just be careful not to snap the rubberised bands.
The Cateye Volt 1200 front light is a more than bright enough to light up the darkest country lanes and also has excellent battery life and tool-free mount.
A monster waterproof seat pack, the Blackburn Outpost seat pack will carry up to 11 litres and 4.5kg without needing to add a rack. But only with an alloy seatpost.
The Fenwick’s Stealth Road Bike Kit includes all the basic products needed to give your grimy bike the TLC it deserves, but could do with a few brushes.
This Mafia Tour Bag backpack is made from old sails and is definitely cool and fits well while cycling even though that's not really what it's designed for.
Integrating a camera and a rear light into a single unit, the Cycliq Fly6 is a really innovative product that's great if you want to film commuting footage.
Perfectly proportioned, water-resistant, and reasonably priced, the Evoc saddle bag ticks all the boxes for a bag to hold your inner tubes and multi-tool.
We put the VeloVault bike box through its paces on a number of overseas trip to see if it will protect your pride and joy from the roughest baggage handlers.
The Topeak FastFuel Tribag is well sized and will fit road bikes and TT bikes, but can rub against the inside of your legs when climbing out of the saddle.
The Cube HPC bottle cage is a featherweight carbon-fibre cage weighing just 23g. However it doesn't offer the best grip, meaning bottle can be shaken loose.
The Park Tool MT-20 multi-tool is exceptionally well made, and very compact, but that quality is at a price that can't be justified with so few functions.
Engaging account of the journey of father and son through life, and through France on bikes