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The Syrinx, from 
Czech manufacturer Rubena, is pitched 
as a training tyre so we’ve been pleasantly surprised by its 
wet and dry performance and excellent rolling resistance. The tyres have…

£24.95

It might seem a tricky task to complete a ‘100 miles later’ test on a velodrome, but with local track leagues kicking off recently, it’s been the ideal time to…

£58.99
Score 9

When it comes to technical info, Enve definitely goes for a ‘more is more’ approach. And when you’re asking £2,500 for a set of wheels that’s a good job too.…

£2,500.00
Score 9

Stratus Pros are the top aluminium-rimmed road wheels on offer from Reynolds. At a claimed 1,445g, they are light and extremely stiff, meaning they spin up to speed quickly and…

£649.99
Score 7

On paper, 3T’s Accelero wheelset looks perfect for those wishing to use their ‘best’ wheels throughout the summer months and not just for events. Bucking the trend for full carbon…

£1,299.00
Score 6

Already an established name in the highest echelons of motorcycle racing, Dymag’s first foray into the world of cycling came with a suitably high level of expectation. However, first impressions…

£1,599.96
Score 3

Hope Technology has a strong mtb background, so we were confident in its ability to make a strong set of disc wheels for the road. Hope’s Pro Evo hubs have…

£380.00
Score 9

Handbuilt in Oregon USA, Rolf claims the Vigor Alpha is the fastest alloy wheelset on the market. The 33mm-deep Delta aero rim has a chunky width of 22mm, which is…

£799.00
Score 9

Updated for 2014, the 202 is the same 32mm shallow-section carbon clincher rim that we’ve had great experiences with in the past. What’s been altered is the rear hub, and…

£2,300.00
Score 8

“Designed to take on rough roads or the heavier rider,” so goes the sales blurb. Well, with much of my riding taking place on the battered Surrey lanes and the…

£403.94
Score 9

When we first spotted these wheels, they had been reduced to £142.99. Now, at the time of writing, they’re down to £120, some 45 per cent off the already very…

£220.00
Score 10

Typically pitched as Ultegra-level, the RS81 is a ‘non-series’ wheel, meaning it’s of a similar quality but doesn’t carry the name. The RS81 uses a carbon laminate rim, so, in…

£599.99
Score 8

On looks alone, it is easy to see why these 90mm deep-section carbon wheels are the mainstay of European six-day races.

£1,240.00
Score 10

This silicone bar tape from ESI provides excellent grip and cushioning without being overly bulky yet can be voluminous if you desire. While the grip in dry conditions is good,…

£34.99
Score 6

It was with much trepidation that I threw a leg over the Storck fitted with SLS Monolink saddle at the start of CW’s Surrey Hills Cyclone sportive. Despite preferring the…

£69.99
Score 8

Quarq's Riken power meter crank is the most wallet friendly in their range at £1,249, this is how it goes on after 100 miles later...

£1,249.00
Score 9

A few hundred miles in, and the Rotor power cranks haven’t put a foot wrong.

£1,450.00
Score 9

The technology of the current Dura-Ace track chainset and BB is over 10 years old now, so British company USE has taken matters into its own hands. USE’s cunning plan…

£109.99
Score 7

Our time with the Stages Shimano Dura Ace power meter has been somewhat up and down but thanks to good customer service and the inherent simplicity of the design 
we’d still recommend…

£799.00
Score 9

Can the latest Lightweight wheels live up to the firm’s reputation and justify the £2,999 price tag?

£2,999.99
Score 10