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Wahoo Kickr

The latest version of the Wahoo KICKR has improved ride feel thanks to a larger flywheel but is it enough to improve overall?

£999.00
Score 9

Exposure Blaze MK2 DayBright

We adore the lights that UK brand Exposure produces and the Exposure Blaze MK2 DayBright is no exception to the great performance and finish we've come to expect

£90.00
Score 9

Shimano S-Phyre X glasses

The new S-Phyre X glasses from Shimano, developed with the LottoNL-Jumbo team, have a top half-frame with detachable lower frame bumpers. The other model in the range, the S-Phyre R,…

£139.99
Score 7

Knog Plus

Knog’s light designs usually come with a twist. In the case of the new Knog Plus wearable lights, that’s literally true. The long, skinny profile of the Knog Plus lights…

£31.99
Score 9

Oxford UltraTorch 500

Oxford UltraTorch 500 looks to light up the way without breaking the bank

£39.99
Score 6

Blackburn Dayblazer 1100

The brightest of Blackburn's new Dayblazer range has a sleek, chic look and has modes for both day and night riding

£84.99
Score 7

Lezyne Lite Drive 800XL

The Lezyne Lite Drive 800XL is a beefed up version of the 700XL that won the 'seeing' lights grouptest in Cycling Weekly last year

£57.00
Score 8

Beryl Pixel

The Beryl Pixel is a 'be seen' light that can be used front or rear and is very versatile in urban riding situations

£19.99
Score 9

Light & Motion Urban 1000

The Light & Motion Urban 1000 is a brilliantly designed light that'll help you in all types of commutes, even outside of the urban environment

£89.99
Score 9

The Exposure Sirius Mk7 DayBright is an advanced commuting and road going light that's well built, if a little complicated

£100.00
Score 9

The Garmin Edge 130 is a step back in the right direction for the brand. It's compact and no nonsense, but with enough features for the majority of cyclists

£169.99
Score 9

TAG Heuer Connected Modular

The market for smartwatches is growing, so it makes sense for a prestige watch brand to get in on the act. With its sporty image, it’s a natural arena for…

£1,200.00
Score 6

Pro Medi

The Pro Medi Strap saddle bag offers enough space for your ride essentials and looks good in its sleek design, plus it's eco-friendly

£19.99
Score 9

The Proviz REFLECT360 is a commuter backpack that provides amazing reflectivity from all sides whenever a headlight is shone on it

£69.99
Score 8

The legendary German waterproof pannier manufacturer Ortlieb brings its instantly recognisable cycle touring tech to this commuter bag with great results

£94.99
Score 9

For high pressure, high volume and just sheer physical height, you can't go wrong with the huge Topeak JoeBlow Ace DX

£139.99
Score 9

The Japanese component giant has done a nice job of creating a stylish backpack with an urban vibe that is full of surprises

£119.99
Score 7

The entry-level track pump in Lezyne's range boasts the same excellent style and functionality but includes some lighter-weight materials to keep the cost down

£36.00
Score 9

Specialized Air Tool HP

The Specialized Air Tool HP is a handsome-looking piece of kit, standing out from the crowd in its ‘Ion’ hi-viz colour way (it’s also available in silver) with a large…

£58.00
Score 9

SKS Rennkompressor Track Pump

The original SKS Rennkompressor track pump is one of cycling's most iconic pieces of kit – but can reality of using one live up to the expectations?

£69.99
Score 8

Hunt Bike Wheels has just launched Version 2 of its best-selling 4Seasons Disc wheelset. With the trend to wider tyres on road bikes continuing apace, the update includes a new…

£319.00
Score 10

Bkool Smart Pro

The Bkool Smart Pro 2 is the Spanish brand’s most sophisticated turbo. It’s a wheel-on unit that can produce resistance of up to 1,200 watts and simulate gradients of up…

£499.00
Score 8

The VeloPac RidePac range has gradually increased over the last few years, with new designs of the standard model, softer fabrics and different size options. The RidePac Lite actually weighs…

£20.00
Score 8

The Lezyne Strip Drive Pro is the company’s highest output rear light. In its brightest daytime flashing mode, it’s good for 300 lumens

£50.00
Score 8

The Cateye Rapid X3 is Cateye’s top-of-the-range rear light, pushing out 150 lumens on its top power setting. It achieves this using twin arrays of chip on board (COB) LEDs.…

£49.99
Score 9