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Designed for harsh roads and long days in the saddle, but does suspension really have a place on a road bike?

Score 9

We tested the Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike and the Bosch Active Line. Both good products, but that can be developed more to be more competitive with other brands.

£2,199.00
Score 8

We test Assos's "entry level" £120 bib shorts, the T.Neopro_S7, with a simpler pad and construction and more generous fit than its higher end bib shorts.

£120.00
Score 8

The Specialized S-Works Power saddle is made for serious riders who are looking for performance and great spec, with a unique shape that works really well.

£200.00
Score 9

We've tested the Argon 18 Gallium Pro. it's a pure racer's bike - fast on the flat and light enough to climb well, although let down by the supplied Fulcrum…

£3,500.00
Score 8

Castelli claims that the Body Paint, now in it’s third iteration, is one of the fastest off the peg skin suits you can buy. Cutting edge custom suits will often…

£144.00
Score 9

Edco’s Albis wheels are a nice all-round carbon clincher wheelset, which is wide enough for larger volume tyres, deep enough for aero benefits but still light enough to spin up…

£1,399.99
Score 8

It may not be sexy but it's effective. We test Pedro's allen key set with pretty much every size you'll need between 1.5mm and 10mm.

£26.99
Score 8

The M-24 backpack is a rock solid backpack made with old lorries tarpalin. It is not 100 per cent ideal for cycling, but it can still be a good choice.

£75.00
Score 8

Juicy Rolller is the newest product made by the UK manufacturer based in the Peak District. It is a super powerful and sensitive electric bike

£1,455.00
Score 8

We've tested the top spec version of the Fuji Sportif aluminium framed endurance road bike. It comes with Shimano 105 shifting and hydraulic disc brakes.

£1,299.00
Score 8

We've tested UK brand Walker Brothers' WideBoy 58mm deep section, wide carbon clincher wheelset. How do they fare in the competitive carbon wheel market?

£935.00
Score 9

We've tested the Mavic Aksium jersey which offers good value at £45, has a lot of quality details for riding in warmer weather, and looks pretty nice too.

£45.00
Score 9

spada spillo wheels

With carbon rims and weighing 871g (plus skewers), the Spada Spillo wheels are the lightest wheels we've ever reviewed, making them perfect for hill climbs.

£1,399.00
Score 8

specialized sl pro bib shorts

It is probably because when I was a kid I was riding a red-and-black Specialized Rock Hopper MTB, but even nowadays, when I see any piece of apparel with the…

£140.00
Score 9

The Cobb Plus is not a nice saddle to look at, but it is one of the most comfortable I have ever tried, particularly on long rides and on time…

£140.00
Score 9

The Suffolk 105 is a quality aluminium road bike from Whyte, with nice spec and some good features. It rolls well and is stable but is no lightweight

£1,299.00
Score 8

The Look Replica Team Aero bib shorts include anti-abrasion panels to reduce road rash in case you crash. We've seen how they perform if you stay upright.

£99.99
Score 8

ekoi guerra sunglasses

The gold Nacer Bouhanni tribute edition of the Ekoi Guerra sunglasses won't be for everyone, but you can get them in plainer colours too (saving a few quid).

£83.78
Score 7

specialized sl pro jersey

The Specialized SL Pro Jersey is certainly a great jersey. It's not crazy light (164 grams) but is breathable, however it's still a bit expensive at £100.

£100.00
Score 8

The Knog Blinder MOB V is a very smart rear light which you won't need cable charge as it features an integrated USB plug that can survive all conditions.

£32.00
Score 8

castelli mondiale bib shorts

The new Castelli Mondiale bib shorts are top-notch with few seams, innovative features, the comfortable Progetto X2 Air seatpad and understated looks.

£190.00
Score 9

Mornflake Go! high protein porridge is made of oat flakes supplemented with 12% soya protein, uppting its protein content to 21% for an extra morning boost.

£2.39
Score 8