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BTwin 700 road shoes

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the budget price of these shoes corresponds to budget performance. B’Twin, the in house cycling brand of Decathlon aims to make cycling accessible to…

£79.99
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

It’s amazing how many initialisms and copyrighted names Scott has managed to cram into the Scott Road Premium shoes. Happily, even with the Boa IP1 lacing system, HMX carbon sole,…

£249.99
Score 9

The DMT Vega cycling shoes are great looking, and as far as dream shoes go, wallet friendly too. I found the Vegas to be very comfortable. On a recent 225-mile…

£220.00
Score 7

Try to put the price out of your mind for a moment and feast your eyes the brand new Gaerne G.Stilo road shoes. Our mostly white example has a microfibre…

£279.99
Score 8

Working with top racers such as Jeremy Powers, Lake deduced that being light and stiff should be the key priorities of a performance cyclocross shoe. They’ve achieved this by reducing…

£269.99
Score 8

Overall it’s a great shoe: comfortable, stiff and, at under 252g for a size 43, just about justifies its price

£249.99
Score 8

Giro Terraduro cycling shoes

The Giro Terraduro cycling shoes are a comfortable pair of shoes that are suitable for a range of disciplines and terrain types. Great for the commute and races.

£129.99
Score 9

Fizik R1 UOMO road shoe for the style conscious cyclist with a price tag to boot

£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

Lake CX237 cycling shoe hitting the shops at £210

£210.00
Score 9

Giro Trans cycling shoes hitting the shops at £150

£150.00
Score 9

The G.Chrono Plus shoes sit at the top of the range of Gaerne’s cycling shoes and are pretty feature-packed. The ‘EPS Carbon Fibre Sole’ is incredibly stiff and very thin,…

£280.00

Lake’s entry-level shoes might be the heaviest on test, but then they’re also among the few brands that use real hide. The leather uppers are neatly stitched with soft mesh…

£79.99
Score 7

Recently marked down £20 to fit into the competitive sub-£100 price bracket and to free up a little space further up Giro’s burgeoning shoe range, the Apeckx represents staggering value.…

£99.99
Score 10

For £10 shy of our £100 limit, there’s a lot going on with these Spanish road shoes. Ventilation is generous with channelling throughout the sole to keep feet cool on…

£89.95
Score 8

Unashamedly pitched as a shoe for beginners and touring riders, the Aries is more about comfort than it is competition. The three broad Velcro straps ensure a snug fit though…

£78.00
Score 7

Comfortable from the first turn of the pedals, with a secure feel thanks to strong Velcro and a decent ratchet, the Revo XR3 shoes both feel and look way more…

£99.99
Score 9

The Select Road shoes come up quite small — more so in length than in width — so you may need to go up a size. Sizing issues aside, the…

£89.99
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

A well-padded tongue and heel cup lend a real luxury feel to these shoes. The slightly square and narrow toe box takes some breaking in, but is extremely comfortable once…

£90.00
Score 8