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There are plenty of brands out there that try to bring a touch of style to their performance cycling kit, not all of them successfully, but Cadence seems to have…

£125.00
Score 8

Lezyne Super Drive 1200XXL front light

With an immense output of 1200 lumens the Lezyne Super Drive 1200XXL’s beam is very bright and it has a good spread, but it comes with a weight penalty- 237g on…

£99.99
Score 8

Electron F-650 front light

A bright light that delivers the good power for the price, but the Electron F-650 front light is rather large for handlebar mounting

£69.99
Score 7

The BBB Swat is very much a road/commuting focussed light. With its single constant mode, no flashing mode and 120 lumens output, it’s only really suitable for riding on lighted…

Score 6

Magicshine Eagle 600 bike light

The Magicshine Eagle 600 is a great light that offers a high level of visibility. The unit uses two separate LED lights to offer both a spot focus and a wider…

£59.99
Score 8

The Backpack epitomises everything we’ve come to expect from Rapha- aesthetically pleasing and astounding attention to detail, but with a fairly substantial price tag. The Backpack’s design, with its dark colours…

£150.00
Score 8

Cyclocross racers have been bodging their bikes since the beginning of racing, and a popular mod has always been converting a standard 2 or 3 ring front chainset down to…

£1,180.00
Score 9

If you’re after a light that will get you through some pretty serious nighttime riding, and are willing to overlook a pretty questionable name, then the MyTinySun Folkslight is an…

£129.95
Score 7

bontrager ion 700 rt front light

With a claimed maximum output of 700 lumens, the Bontrager Ion 700 RT front light sits at about the brightness you’d expect for a front light of this sort of…

£109.99
Score 8

For anyone tired of protecting their phone with a sealable sandwich bag, this offering from Bellroy is a great choice and a wise investment, even if it is a little…

£89.00
Score 8

Compared to many other front lights that cost less than £100, the Knog Blinder ARC 640 has a very sleek design. The mount is permanently attached to the bottom of…

£89.99
Score 6

People filming their rides is becoming more and more popular. The Hero4 Session is the smallest and lightest GoPro yet. It measures 35mm x 35mm making it substantially smaller than…

£249.99
Score 8

The Edge 20 is Garmin’s truly entry level cycling GPS device. It is fair to say it is aimed at riders that are new to using cycling computers or those…

£109.99
Score 9

When it comes to safety, having a good rear light is probably more important than having a good front light, so it’s worth shopping around to make sure you get…

£44.99
Score 10

We all know recovery is very important but we don’t always allocate enough time to do so efficiently. Therefore, the ease of putting on and taking off, as well as…

£34.99
Score 9

The Garmin Edge 25 is primarily aimed at cyclists who are new to using GPS devices. For example, riders who are mainly concerned with time, distance, speed, GPS position and…

£139.99
Score 9

Lazer Z1 helmet

As you’d expect for 200 quid, the Lazer Z1 helmet is a half-decent lid. However, although a very good all-rounder, I’m not sure it stands out in enough areas to…

£199.99
Score 7

It may look like Kylo Ren’s shuttle in Star Wars, but the Tacx Neo Smart is the most sophisticated Turbo currently on the market, with a price to match. The…

£1,200.00
Score 9

Moon ADJ-1300 Front Light: powerful light to keep you riding through the winter

If, like us, you’re having to plan your winter miles around the nine-to-five then it is nigh-on impossible to avoid the odd morning or evening pounding the lanes in the…

£179.99
Score 8

Topeak is a bike accessories powerhouse with everything from bags to computers and trailers. Even its track pump range is extensive with almost 20 models on offer. The Topeak’s JoeBlow…

£28.99
Score 8

Howies’ Little Haven pack has a capacity of 10 litres and a host of well thought out cycling friendly features. The pack has a single main pocket with a double…

£39.00
Score 10

Although the Oxford pump has a bit of a budget feel to it, it actually does the job quite well. There’s an alloy barrel, but the base and handle are…

£29.99
Score 7

Zefal is the oldest cycling accessory manufacturer in the world, having been founded in 1880. it is probably best known for its mudguards and pumps, but also makes accessories such…

£41.99
Score 8

You may remember when wearing nasal strips was all the craze, in the pro peloton and even football. The theory was that by increasing the opening of your nostrils you…

£9.99
Score 7

GT is better known for its bikes than its accessories, but this track pump is effective as well as being good value. It’s got a metal barrel, a pressure gauge…

£24.99
Score 9