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Campagnolo Chorus Ergopower H11 groupset

Disc brakes did not happen in a hurry for Campagnolo. First spotted in 2016, they didn’t arrive on the mass market for another year after that. During which time the…

Score 8

We’ve been impressed by Vittoria’s graphene-containing Corsa road tyres – so much so that the Corsa Speed found its way into our Editor’s Choice awards last year. Like the Corsa…

Score 9

Venn Rev 35 TCC

This 35mm carbon clincher from Taiwanese OEM brand Venn delivers excellent performance at a very competitive price

Score 9

Garmin Vector 3 pedals gifts for cyclists

Update June 6, 2018: Cycling Weekly is running a longer-term review of the Garmin Vector 3 pedals. Our initial assessment saw them gain a 10/10 score, having greatly impressed us.…


The Miche Syntium DX is a well-built disc brake wheelset with classic straight-pull spoking and shallow alloy rims. It adapts easily to all hub standards and provides a quality ride

Score 7

The Hunt 50 Carbon Wide Aero is the brand's competitively priced deep-section aero wheelset, which has a ride quality more expensive wheels should envy

Score 9

Borg 50 C

Hand made in the UK by Malcolm Borg is a relatively new wheel brand based in Suffolk and a good one at that too

Score 8

The Ksyrium Pro Disc wheels provide a quality ride that feels fast, responsive and comfortable, with Mavic throwing all its alloy wheel tech at them

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The Bax Carbon 50mm Pro wheels are cheaper than a lot of the competition, but does this cost them out on the road?

Score 7

fulcrum racing quattro carbon wheels

The Fulcrum Racing Quattro Carbon wheels are good carbon upgrade wheels, that excel on flat roads with their stiff 40mm rims and great braking.

Score 7

Token C45 R wheelset

Everyone knows that a pair of deep section carbon wheels will make any bike look at least 100 watts faster, but can a pair of sub-£800 carbon wheels offer your…

Score 8

Zipp 302

It’s rare to find a set of carbon Zipp wheels for under £2,000 but with the Zipp 302 the US firm is applying the principle of trickle-down to create what…

Score 10

Shimano Dura-Ace R9100-P power meter

The new Shimano Dura-Ace R9100-P power meter is a hot product right now, but has the Japanese giant got it right? Maybe not just yet

Score 8

Stages power LR

We’re now on the third generation of the much-used Stages power meter and after a fairly long time out in the cycling world, mainly under the feet of Team Sky,…

Score 7

Look Keo Blade

The Look Keo 2 Max Blade pedals are an improvement on the already well-received Keo pedals, although the cleat wear isn't great so don't go walking around in them too

Score 9

You can’t fix disc brake rotors which use Shimano’s centerlock standard to all wheelsets using an internally splined locknut, because often the axle is too wide for a standard cassette…

Score 10

The Tannus Aither 1.1 25mm tyre has impressive grip and obvious maintenance benefits. But it’s too hard to be comfortable on UK road surfaces if you’re planning to ride any…

Score 6

Ultegra pedals

Next to top of Shimano’s road pedal range, Shimano Ultegra pedals shares the same features with a carbon composite body and stainless steel spindle

Score 10

Miche Revox RC 38

The Miche Revox RC carbon wheels are an entry level affordable full carbon wheelset at just under £1000 which Miche indicate are suitable for both racing and endurance riding

Score 7

The Look X-Track pedal is a good alternative to Shimano SPDs. It has a quality look and feel, adjustable release tension and a positive engagement and hold on the cleat.

Score 9

ISM PN 3.0

The ISM PN 3.0 isn’t pretty. If the Cobb Plus is not – by its own marketing team’s admission – the cutest kid in the classroom, then the ISM PN 3.0…

Score 10

The Panaracer GravelKing Mud has an array of long, shallow knobs across its crown, which provide some extra grip without adding too much rolling resistance

Score 8

Specialized Roubaix Pro tyre

Taking its name from the Queen of Classics, the Specialized Roubaix Pro tyre is designed to take the rough with the smooth

Score 9

Shimano 105 pedals

The PD-5800 model of the Shimano 105 pedals share many of the features of the more expensive Dura-Ace and Ultegra versions.

Score 9