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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…

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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

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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,…

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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

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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…

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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…

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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

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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

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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.

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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…

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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

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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

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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.

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Campagnolo Zonda

Campagnolo Zonda wheels sit pretty far down on the tree of wheelsets it produces, though the sub £500 wheelset should offer a decent upgrade or a robust option for those…

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Zipp 454 NSW wheels

Taking design cues from nature, the Zipp 454 NSW Carbon Clincher wheel engineers claim they are the brand's fastest rim shape to date, regardless of prevailing winds. So we put…

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Garmin Vector 3 pedals gifts for cyclists

When power meter pedals arrived on the scene they seemed like the ultimate solution. The pros: easily transferrable between bikes, unlike cranks; suitable for all rides, events and all weathers,…

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Roval CLX 50

The Roval Rapide CLX 50 is Specialized’s mid depth high end carbon wheelset design. Following the current wheel trend of having wider rims, at 29.4 mm they are some of…

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We test Cole's carbon clincher C40 Lite wheels - can they justify the price tag?

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Mavic Ksyrium Elite

The Mavic Ksyrium Elite is one of the most popular upgrade wheelsets on the market and now with tubeless compatibility and a sub £550 price point it's even better

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Most of us are not going to buy specific wheels for climbing or sprint stages, so an all round do it all wheel is at this depth is ideal. I…

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Fizik Arione R1

The Fizik Arione R1 lives on all my bikes and is one of the first things I change when I get a bike in for testing. The saddle is renowned…

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Vittoria Corsa Control

Vittoria has really made huge leaps in performance in the last update of the Corsa tyre: utilising new compound techniques and introducing graphene into its rubber has now made it…

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