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Our expectations weren’t too high for these relatively low-budget tyres, but after our sister magazine CW raved over Rubena’s heavier, all-purpose Syrinx tyre we wanted to test their more race-focused…

£26.99
Score 9

After initially struggling to get the Atom Comp onto the rim, we found the grip to be pretty decent. In the dry we were confident railing it round corners but…

£46.99
Score 7

After more than 500 miles, these tyres are showing almost no sign of wear and tear with only a few minor cuts on the rear and (thankfully) no punctures. The…

£34.99
Score 8

The Syrinx, from 
Czech manufacturer Rubena, is pitched 
as a training tyre so we’ve been pleasantly surprised by its 
wet and dry performance and excellent rolling resistance. The tyres have…

£24.95

It might seem a tricky task to complete a ‘100 miles later’ test on a velodrome, but with local track leagues kicking off recently, it’s been the ideal time to…

£58.99
Score 9

Can the Michelin Pro4 deliver the ultimate in grip and puncture resistance?

£39.99
Score 9

Schwalbe Ultremo DD tyre: We put Schwalbe's anti-puncture 'Double Defence' system to the test

£44.99
Score 9

Mavic K10 wheel and tyre: Mavic's lightest Ksyriums matched with limited edition tyres for £899

£899.99
Score 8

Despite being designated as an all-round or training tyre the Grand Prix is better than this.While the 60 threads per inch construction, 24mm width, cheap price and unsophisticated Poly X…

£27.95

Tubeless road tyres have been a long time coming but it looks as though 2009 will be their breakthrough year. After a false start in 2004, when we expected Michelin…

£34.99
Score 9