The Topeak Mini 9 Pro packs a lot of essentials into a small package including two tyre levers.
The Karcher OC3 portable cleaner lets you pressure wash your bike after a ride, if you're not near a hose. But its 4 litre water reservoir soon runs out
We test the Fabric Sixteen multitool. How well does it work? And does it really have 16 tools?
We've been testing Halo Proactive sports wash on our cycling kit – an effective laundry liquid that helps reduce odour build-up.
Smelly shoes or kit? 2Toms Stink Free Shoe and Gear Spray should help sort out the problem. We've been testing it.
Fabric's take on the trusty old multi-tool is an interesting one with a whole lot of potential, but how does it hold up in the real world?
2Toms Stink Free sports detergent is part of a range of cleaning products formulated specifically for smelly sports kit.
No Quarter Complete Cycle Detailing Kit offers great cleaning and care for your frame, but is it worth the £34.99 outlay?
Rock "N" Roll Gold lube is the brand's top bike lubricant. We've been testing it through the winter to see how it copes with harsh conditions.
If you need extra welly to get your tyre off your rim, a pair of Lezyne Power Lever XL may be the answer. They're longer and more robust than most.
If you want to keep your pride and joy in tip top condition, then a wash and clean should be part of your post-ride ritual, particularly with damper, saltier conditions…
If something goes wrong out on a ride, chances are it will involve the wheels or drivetrain. Pedro’s RXM multitool is well appointed to deal with either of these eventualities.…
Made in the UK, Juice Lubes claims that its Viking Juice is good for both wet and dry conditions. It’s a lightweight lubricant which is very easy to apply and…
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.
The Fenwick’s Stealth Road Bike Kit includes all the basic products needed to give your grimy bike the TLC it deserves, but could do with a few brushes.
The Park Tool MT-20 multi-tool is exceptionally well made, and very compact, but that quality is at a price that can't be justified with so few functions.
We've tested the Topeak Mini 10. It packs five allen keys, four torq heads and a Phillips screwdriver into a 92g package which is only 7cm long and comes in…
The Tool Monster is an interesting-looking bit of kit, chunky and packs away pretty much any tool you might ever need when out and about. But it's heavy, expensive and…
A fully equipped multitool, neatly designed and packaged with tools you never thought you would need
The Lezyne SV11 multi-tool belies its practicality by being one of the prettiest multitools out with its polished chrome and leather-esque sleeve
Bringing the workshop outdoors to the road/trails. The Park Tool IB-3 multi-tool has classic features that make it stand out from the crowd
Going for quality over quantity the Pedro's RxM multi-tool has a clever design that offers just a few properly useable functions all wrapped up in a comfortable plastic composite body
The Brooks MT10 multi-tool is a product that, just like their saddles, is designed to last a lifetime
Offering 15 functions in a classic style, the Birzman E-Version 15 multi-tool’s quality belies its status as joint cheapest in the test. With tools made of forged and CNC’d chrome…
The Crank Brothers M10 Special Edition multi-tool is a dependable tool with most of the features you will ever need wrapped up in a classic Crank Bros design