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French brand Café du Cycliste is based in Nice and makes a range of kit to deal that city’s Mediterranean climate. As well as being very hot during the summer…

£34.50
Score 9

Cadence Collection sells niche cycle clothing collections with the San Francisco and Accent Viz being two of its current sock designs.

£14.00
Score 8

The Zipp 404 Firestrike carbon clincher wheels are very fast deep section wheels that cope very well in crosswinds, but aren't so good at braking in the wet

£2,070.00
Score 8

cannondale bad boy 4 2

Ticking all of the boxes you'd hope for, the Cannondale Bad Boy 4 is a very good hybrid bike. The spec is a bit odd, but it does the job…

£549.99
Score 8

The Sportful Bodyfit Pro Race jersey has been updated with a more aerodynamic cut that makes it faster than before, while keeping its quality construction.

£75.00
Score 9

Ben Smith got to grips with the Swift Attack G2, and liked it so much he didn't want to give it back

£1,999.99
Score 9

A shower proof offering with room for improvement, the dhb Aeron Rain Defence arm warmers were put to the test in a range of conditions

£25.00
Score 7

The simple and effective Knog Blinder Mob Four Eyes is a very good rear bike light, with good brightness, a choice of modes, and impressive battery life.

£37.99
Score 9

The Storck Aernario Platinum gives you everything that you would hope to get from an 11 grand bike, and you'll do well to find a better production bike.

£10,999.00
Score 9

Designed for chilly mornings or when standard arm warmers would be overkill, the GripGrab Light arm warmers are a great addition to any cyclist's wardrobe

£24.00
Score 9

SuperOp is a great gadget that will help to boost you performance, informing you of your metabolic stress level and suggesting your ideal training load.

£169.00
Score 9

Before we go any further, I have been using the Garmin Edge 1000 for two years now. In that time it has had a number of firmware updates which have…

£439.99
Score 8

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