Lifeline's water bottle cleaning brush is an effective way to clean your bottles thoroughly and keep then hygeinic
We've tested the Topeak Mini 10. It packs five allen keys, four torq heads and a Phillips screwdriver into a 92g package which is only 7cm long and comes in…
The Xplova X5 is a touchscreen cycling computer with a camera built it, but does it live up to its strong billing?
The Arundel Dual saddle bag is the Texan company’s middle brother in its saddle bag range, larger than the Uno but not quite as large as the Tubi. It has…
The Fizik I.C.S. Saddle Pak is part of Fizik’s I.C.S range of accessories designed to seamlessly attach to compatible Fizik saddles, providing you have one.
The Garmin Edge 200 may have been usurped by the Edge 20, but still offers decent value, and is compact and easy to use if you're new to cycling computers.
The Lezyne M-Caddy QR saddle bag features a raft of really neat features typical to Lezyne products. If you are not aware of Lezyne’s take on bags they tend to…
An insulated bottle makes swigging during a ride a bit more pleasant when it's hot or cold out. We've tested Elite's Nanogelite on our cold weather rides
The Rotor 2INpower power meter is a bottom bracket and crank arm based power meter that measures independent right/left leg power. Here is our review.
The Bellroy Elements Sleeve is a great way to carry your coins and cards without the usual bulk
We've tested Specialized's Stix Sport Combo lightset, a compact good value pair of lights to be seen with when out on the road. They're USB rechargeable and don't get in…
We've used Orange Seal's sealant to seal tubeless ready tyres and repair punctured tubulars and are impressed with its effectiveness
We put the Jobsworth Vortex track pump through its paces, with an aluminium barrel and wooden handle that look great and will get your tyres up to pressure.
Morvelo makes good quality technical cycling caps in a range of interesting designs to match its other kit.
The Tool Monster is an interesting-looking bit of kit, chunky and packs away pretty much any tool you might ever need when out and about. But it's heavy, expensive and…
We've tested Lumicycle's very powerful Apex light both on road and off. It's as powerful as a car headlamp and provides as much confidence when riding.
Elite sport sleep coach Nick Littlehales has supplied Bradley Wiggins et al with Elite R90 sleep kits, including the R90 mattress. We put it to the test
A fully equipped multitool, neatly designed and packaged with tools you never thought you would need
The Lezyne SV11 multi-tool belies its practicality by being one of the prettiest multitools out with its polished chrome and leather-esque sleeve
Bringing the workshop outdoors to the road/trails. The Park Tool IB-3 multi-tool has classic features that make it stand out from the crowd
Going for quality over quantity the Pedro's RxM multi-tool has a clever design that offers just a few properly useable functions all wrapped up in a comfortable plastic composite body
The Brooks MT10 multi-tool is a product that, just like their saddles, is designed to last a lifetime
Offering 15 functions in a classic style, the Birzman E-Version 15 multi-tool’s quality belies its status as joint cheapest in the test. With tools made of forged and CNC’d chrome…
The Crank Brothers M10 Special Edition multi-tool is a dependable tool with most of the features you will ever need wrapped up in a classic Crank Bros design
Wahoo’s Kickr direct drive turbo trainer has been widely praised for its realistic ride feel, but at nearly £1000 it’s a pricy item. The Snap is Wahoo’s lower priced offering,…