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Giro Aeon

The Giro Aeon is a popular lightweight helmet that has been around for a few years now, is it still keeping up with the competition?

£169.99
Score 7

Giro’s mid-range helmet comes with a MIPS liner and a reasonable price and weight

£104.99
Score 8

Giro Air Attack Shield helmet

The Giro Air Attack Shield is an aero road helmet designed to offer plenty of ventilation in a lightweight package - does it succeed?

£209.99
Score 7

The Giro Savix are excellent mid-level shoes that look good and are comfortable. The Boa dial offers great adjustment and the cleat compatibility is useful

£99.99
Score 8

The Giro Monaco II mitts are loaded with features to make long summer rides more comfortable including Pittards sheep leather palms

£44.99
Score 8

Giro's Chrono Expert jersey forms part of Giro's technical range, with a comfortable, stretch fit and good accessories

£79.99
Score 8

A vibrant, classy looking pair of shoes that are great once you master the narrow fit system

£249.99
Score 8

Giro W Empire ACC Shoes

These classy-looking lace-ups certainly stand out from the Boa and Velcro crowd, but does function follow form?

£229.99
Score 9

Giro Ultralight Aero Shoe Cover

We've tested the Giro Ultralight Aero Shoe Cover, a lighter-weight, more aero take on the classic Belgian bootee overshoe

£19.99
Score 7

We previously reviewed the Giro Aerohead time trial helmet, but this is its bigger brother, the Giro Aerohead Ultimate MIPS, which at £499 is more than twice the price

£499.00
Score 8

We get to grips with Giro's premium cold/wet glove and find out if it really is the ultimate foul-weather accessory.

£29.99
Score 8

The Giro Factor Techlace shoe covers all bases with laces, Velcro, and Boa dials – and also provides excellent comfort and performance.

£289.99
Score 9

We test the Giro Cinder MIPS helmet, the brand's latest protective offering

£124.99
Score 8

he Giro Aerohead has been worn by Rohan Dennis, while riding the fastest ever Tour de France Time Trial and more recently by Marcin Bialoblocki, while setting the outrageous 16:35…

£229.99
Score 9

The Giro Prolight SLX II is a super light shoe but does being featherweight compromise performance? Here is our review.

£299.99
Score 8

The classic look of the Giro Empire SLX shoes certainly catch the eye, but is it a case of form over function?

£249.99
Score 9

The Giro Trinity Helmet is the American companies entry level road specific helmet. At £39.99 it is slightly bulkier than Giro’s more high end offerings. The helmet weighs 300g on…

£39.99
Score 8

The Giro Gauge Mountain bike shoes may not have the glitz and glamour of the arguably more fashionable (and more expensive) Giro VR 90 shoes, but if you are into…

£169.99
Score 7

giro synthe helmet 2

Adorning the heads of Katusha, BMC and now Team Wiggins, the aerodynamic Synthe has quickly become the go-to helmet for a number of pro teams, and we can understand why.…

£194.99
Score 9

The brand from Santa Cruz, California is primarily known for its cycling helmets, however these impressive bib shorts show that Giro definitely knows how to make top quality clothing. >>>…

£119.99
Score 8

If you’re serious about cyclocross, and want to add a bit of glamour to racing round a muddy field on a rainy Sunday morning, then the Giro Empire VR90 shoes…

£219.99
Score 9

Using a super supple MITI lycra these were probably the softest shorts that I have tested recently, really giving a second skin feel when on. While I appreciated the strokeability factor of…

£79.99
Score 7

The mountain bike section of the local bike shop may be uncharted territory for many of you, but it may be worth exploring in search of the Giro Fathom helmet.…

£119.99
Score 8

The Giro Foray is new for this year and seeks to provide style, performance and protection… for under £50. Our sample was a size medium in blue and black, but…

£49.99
Score 9