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
The Met Manta is Mark Cavendish’s helmet of choice. We’ve tested the CVNDSH edition of the sprint king’s lid.
Northwave's top-of-the-range shoe, but is it top-of-the-range performance?
The B'Twin Aerofit bibshorts claim to offer pro-level performance, at a not-so-pro price. Here is our review.
We put in some hard yards wearing Lusso's Windtex overboots to find out if they can hold their own in poor weather.
Billed as premium winter kit, the Café du Cycliste Yolande jersey is a smart looking piece, but is it a case of form over function?
The Sealskinz Waterproof Cycling Jacket extends Sealskinz's expertise in wet-weather socks and gloves to your top half.
The Mavic Vision Thermo gloves are designed to keep you safer and more comfortable on cold, dark rides.
We test the Bell Zephyr MIPS helmet, designed to be aerodynamic and with a built-in MIPS liner.
Featuring the same fabric as the original Gore ONE Active jacket, but now with additional features and design refinements, has the best waterproof jacket money can buy just got better?
The Martine bibtights are part of the French brand’s premium performance range. Are they worth the wince-inducing premium price of £187?
We get to grips with Giro's premium cold/wet glove and find out if it really is the ultimate foul-weather accessory.
The Giro Factor Techlace shoe covers all bases with laces, Velcro, and Boa dials – and also provides excellent comfort and performance.
The Rapha Pro Team Shadow leg warmers are designed to be the best windproof, water-resistant and breathable leg warmers for use in foul weather.
We've tested the Cadence Digits, a mid weight-full-fingered glove perfect for early-spring temperatures.
How do the Tour de France-winning Sidi Shot shoes – as worn by Chris Froome – live up to the hype?
Café du Cycliste's Cosette Ceramic base layer is the French brand's most technical base layer, but does it live up to the claim?
The Castelli Sanremo 2 Thermosuit might technically be a cycling onesie but it could make a great addition to your winter wardrobe.
The bright idea of a cycling Kickstarter, the Lumos helmet features integrated lights and is already an online success story.
The Smith Route helmet includes Koroyd inserts over the temples to absorb energy in an impact. We've tested the MIPS version of the brand's new mid-priced lid.
Billed as Altura’s most technical base layer, the Thermocool boasts a boatload of performance technology, but does it do the job?
Sugoi's RS Zap jacket aims to combine high visibility with technical performance, but does it do the job?
The Hövding is an interesting product – it’s worn round the neck and is intended to replace a conventional bike helmet. Should you crash, the Hövding activates an airbag.…
We've tested the Chapeau! Red Echelon gilet through some seriously cold conditions, but how does it hold up?
Intended for long days in the saddle, the Rapha Brevet Insulated Jacket is described as extremely lightweight yet insulating jacket that packs down into a pocket.