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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

CamelBak was founded on its hydration packs, but its standard water bottles are by no means run of the mill. The Podium is available in eight different colour schemes and…

£8.99
Score 9

If you’re looking to stay warm over the winter without breaking the bank then the Polaris Windshear jacket looks like an attractive option. >>> Buyer’s guide to the best winter…

£64.99
Score 7

Knog Blinder R70 rear light

If you’re after the best rear light on the market, then the Knog Blinder R70 is probably it. This light includes everything you’d want from a good rear light and…

£48.99
Score 10

We test Endura's Windchill II thermal cycling gilet, which comes in red or black with five pockets

£49.99
Score 7

There are plenty of brands out there that try to bring a touch of style to their performance cycling kit, not all of them successfully, but Cadence seems to have…

£125.00
Score 8

It’s never a bad thing when you buy a piece of kit for one thing, and it turns out to be great at another thing too. That could well be…

£35.99
Score 9

With an immense output of 1200 lumens the Lezyne Super Drive 1200XXL’s beam is very bright and it has a good spread, but it comes with a weight penalty- 237g on…

£99.99
Score 8

Along with the likes of the Giro Synthe, the Kask Protone is one of a new cast of semi-aero helmets that have become very popular in the last year. Designed…

£195.00
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

Electron F-650 front light

A bright light that delivers the good power for the price, but the Electron F-650 front light is rather large for handlebar mounting

£69.99
Score 7

Of all the long finger gloves on the market that are aimed at chilly but not freezing days, the DeFeet E-Touch Dura gloves are probably the simplest, and also the…

£17.99
Score 9

The BBB Swat is very much a road/commuting focussed light. With its single constant mode, no flashing mode and 120 lumens output, it’s only really suitable for riding on lighted…

Score 6

This Scott Speedster 50’s design and paint job belie its low price and make it look like a much higher-spec ride. The slick looks and slight aero profiling to the down…

£599.00
Score 7

This innovative helmet is effectively a standard Lazer Genesis with an integrated heart rate sensor- meaning no need for a chest strap! >>> Helmet buyer’s guide >>> Lazer Z1 helmet review…

£199.99
Score 7

Magicshine Eagle 600 bike light

The Magicshine Eagle 600 is a great light that offers a high level of visibility. The unit uses two separate LED lights to offer both a spot focus and a wider…

£59.99
Score 8

The Backpack epitomises everything we’ve come to expect from Rapha- aesthetically pleasing and astounding attention to detail, but with a fairly substantial price tag. >>> Team and Sky announce end of their…

£150.00
Score 8

The Ridley X-Bow 10 Disc is a well-specced alloy cyclocross bike with classic geometry and component choice. It's good for commuting and general mixed surface duties but a bit heavy…

£1,199.99

Most cycling sunglasses are very expensive and very breakable, but thankfully the BBB Summit sunglasses are neither, with a more than reasonable mid-range price-tag and a frame that is close…

£69.95
Score 7

Low profile, light and extremely stiff, these S-Works shoes are a common site in the pro peloton, and you’ve only got to ride them to the end of your road…

£280.00
Score 9

Forme is one small piece of the success story of British cycling brands. Having launched in 2010 with five aluminium models, it has grown very quickly, now boasting 10 different…

£1,999.00
Score 7