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Shimano RP9

You don't get Boa dials on the Shimano RP9 cycling shoes, but they are heat-mouldable with a stiff carbon sole

£219.99
Score 9

Great quality shoes that are stiff, comfortable and won't break the bank, even if they are a tad heavy

£109.00
Score 9

The S-Phyre XC9 is the top of Shimano's mtb shoe line-up and worn by a number of elite cyclo-cross riders, including Mathieu van der Poel and junior world, European and…

£319.99
Score 8

We’ve tested Shimano’s new single Boa-dial RC7 shoes. A lot cheaper than the top RC9, do they compromise on performance?

£169.99
Score 8

Shimano has launched its first shoes will Boa dial closures. Called the Shimano S-Phyre they come in road and MTB versions and use two boa dials to close

£319.99
Score 9

Shimano Claris rear derailleur

A complete review of the Shimano Claris groupset, including its shifitng and braking performance, value for money, and how it compares to Sora and Tiagra.

£349.91
Score 8

“Old” Shimano Tiagra 4600 was due an overhaul: it was the oldest groupset in Shimano’s stable and was beginning to show its age both in appearance and performance relative to…

£402.00
Score 9

Many have hotly anticipated the updated version of Shimano’s successful SH-R320 road shoe, the Shimano SH-R321 cycling shoes. Described with phrases such as “wrap like” and “glove like fit” with…

£299.99
Score 8

Considered to be an entry-level shoe, the R087s look a lot more expensive. The all-white design is very smart, and is based closely on Shimano’s more expensive models. Comfort is…

£85.00
Score 8

Shimano-R107

Just like the £50 more expensive R170 that won last year’s big group test, the R107 is a no-nonsense, no-frills shoe that is quite simply brilliant. With an almost identical…

£99.99
Score 9

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

A stiff sole, soft plyable upper and supportive innersoles combine to make an incredibly comfortable shoe. These three factors 
ensure comfort surrounds 
the foot while preserving performance, with a stiff…

£229.99
Score 10

The Japanese component giant proves it?s not all over for mechanical shifting at the deep end of bike componentry, with 9000 offering a smorgasbord of improvements over its predecessor

£1,999.99
Score 10

Shimano Ultegra Di2 could be the groupset that brings electronic shifting to the masses. CW tested it on several bikes and with riders of differing ability and experience.

£1,575.87
Score 10