At Cycling Weekly we’re lucky enough to get to test some of the best tech the cycling world has to offer. From the most cutting edge products to the tried and trusted old favourites. Here are our favourites for September:

Selle Italia – SLR Tekno Flow saddle

Selle Italia Tekno Flow

The Selle Italia SLR Tekno Flow saddle has a large cut out and carbo-keramic oval rails

Selle Italia say this is the “dream saddle of any athlete”.  For close to £300 you’d expect it to be good. Despite only having a thin synthetic leather upper on top of a carbon shell this saddle provided hours of comfortable riding.

>>> Buyer’s guide to saddles

RRP: £299.99

Contact: Chicken Cycles

Speedplay – Syzr pedals

Speedplay pedals

The Speedplay Syzr pedals have been hotly anticipated

If you ride cyclo-cross you’ll be pleased to know that after quite sometime in development Speedplay’s new mountain bike like pedals are available. The product’s biggest innovation is that the connection between pedal and cleat is metal to metal which should create a more rigid interface.

>>> The best cycling clipless pedals

RRP: £189.99

Contact: I-ride

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Garmin – Edge 20

Garmin Edge 20 Updated

The Garmin Edge 20 has a 2.3 x 2.3cm display screen

If you’re new to using GPS cycling devices and all you are really concerned with is speed, distance and time — this Garmin Edge could be perfect for you.
>>> Garmin Edge complete buyer’s guide

RRP: £109.99

Contact: Garmin

Endura – FS260-Pro SL shorts

Endura shorts

The Endura FS260-PRO SL bib shorts have large grippers

These bib shorts have been the best on test in both our Cycling Active and Cycling Weekly grouptests. One of the main selling points is that you have three different pad widths to choose from. This should mean you find the most comfortable option for you.

>>> Bib shorts: Buyer’s guide

RRP: £99.99

Contact: Endura

Look out for next month’s best of the bunch.