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Terry Dolan is more familiar than most with titanium. He built his first frame more than 20 years ago for Chris Boardman.

£1,800.00
Score 10

Forme began in 2010 to fill a gap in the market former pro rider Adam Biggs, a brand manager for Forme’s parent company, spotted. The ...

£1,399.99
Score 8

Condor boss Grant Young told CA that in the Nineties, when aluminium frames began to arrive from the Far East, he didn’t think road ...

£1,550.00
Score 9

Genesis’s Equilibrium range are all steel. For the Equilibrium 20, Genesis and Reynolds have done a great job in keeping the weight ...

£1,299.99
Score 9

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

Moda takes pride in the fact its bikes are built in the UK and are tested locally, with each new prototype being put through its paces on the roads in…

£1,499.99
Score 9

The form-fitting material felt silky soft against the skin, wicked well and was finished off with a full zip, which we love. It has three rear pockets and a zipped…

£99.99
Score 9

At the start of this test, we were not familiar with the Gear Club brand — but we weren’t disappointed once we tried this jersey. For £30, you’re getting a…

£30.00
Score 8

It’s called a Speed jersey but we were quite happy pottering along at 15mph on our test. This offering from well-established brand Pearl Izumi gives a snug, racy-looking cut, with…

£90.00
Score 8

Lovers of Cube bikes can stay ‘on-brand’ with the Teamline jersey, and even if you don’t ride a Cube, this is an attractive design with three rear pockets and a…

£59.99
Score 8

Like the women’s Castelli jersey, this fits like a glove, and offers ultimate comfort. It’s pricier than some of the others on test but well worth it for the performance…

£90.00
Score 10

While Altura is synonymous with reasonably priced cycling essentials, this Raceline jersey comes at the higher end of the range. It’s designed to offer a high-stretch fit and comes complete…

£64.99
Score 8

Endorsed by 2006 Tour de France winner Oscar Pereiro, this design offers great looks and a high-performance cut with no excess material. ‘Advanced Ergonomic Performance’ is promised from the anti-bacterial,…

£70.00
Score 8

This new in-house brand from cycling giant Madison offers some great looking designs with unique dogtooth print detailing on the collar. The rear pockets were really well fitted with an…

£59.99
Score 7

Café du Cycliste Suzanne Jersey

Café du Cycliste really stands out, and its casual style will take you touring, or just to the pub, in style. While both are quite a loose cut, the jersey…

£103.00
Score 8

Available in both male and female designs, these jerseys from Wiggle’s in-house brand dhb really stand out from the crowd. Coming in at a wallet-friendly price typical of the range,…

£40.49
Score 8

This simple design oozes class thanks to its physique-hugging aero fit, breathable underarms and cuffs and hems that sit against your skin perfectly. Basically, you’re getting the same jersey as…

£49.99
Score 10