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Borg 31

Suffolk-based Malcolm Borg handbuilds his own wheels, choosing the rims, spokes and hubs that he considers best for the job. He calls the Borg 31 “all-weather training/racing wheels” and uses…

£490.00
Score 9

SRAM Red eTap AXS

SRAM is the second major drivetrain brand to launch 12-speed, but there is a little more to it than meets the eye

£3,349.00
Score 10

Campagnolo Super Record

Campagnolo became the first of the big three groupset manufacturers to introduce 12-speed to the road market when it unveiled new versions of Record and Super Record last year. The…

£2,614.99
Score 10

Fulcrum Racing 3

Fulcrum has given the Racing 3’s a nice upgrade and offer a real edge to the ride that feels fast and performance lead. I really enjoyed my time riding with…

£549.99
Score 7

Cero AR30 Evo

If you want quality, performance-led wheels with wallet-friendly pricing then Cero is the first place to look and the Cero AR30 Evos fit the bill perfectly

£349.00
Score 9

DT Swiss 1600 Spline 23

DT Swiss has been producing some great wheelsets at the higher end of the market recently, its DT Swiss 1600 Spline 23 perform just as well

£474.98
Score 9

Shimano's RS500 tubeless ready wheels could be a great set of training hoops

£469.98
Score 7

Fast Forward hoops are a popular choice on the track, we put a pair of F9Ts though their paces, indoors and out.

£1,200.00
Score 9

When Michelin introduced its Power range a couple of years ago, there were two notable gaps: the brand did not have a tubular – it said that clinchers were faster…

£40.00
Score 8

The Zipp 303 wheels are lucky recipients of Zipp's Sawtooth technology and Showstopper brake track

£1,986.00
Score 10

The Hunt 50 Carbon Wide Aero is the brand's competitively priced deep-section aero wheelset, which has a ride quality more expensive wheels should envy

£919.00
Score 9

Quarq DZero power meter

Quarq, sister company of SRAM, has had an update and called it the Quarq DZero power meter and what a great job Quarq has done

£858.00
Score 10

Michelin announces a new road tyre range with significant performance benefits over its current top Pro4 range

£33.99
Score 9

Fulcrum Carbon Racing Zero

Range-topping Fulcrum Racing Zero Carbon wheels mix carbon rims and aluminium spokes to create a brilliant blend of speed and durability.

£849.99
Score 9

Zipp 302

Zipp is renowned for producing super-expensive pro-level wheels with groundbreaking technology but its first foray into this competitive price point is a major success. The 302s contain Zipp’s vast knowledge…

£1,299.00
Score 10

Cero RC35-D

In the last 18 months we’ve had a couple of pairs of Cero wheels pass through the Cycling Weekly office, and every time they’ve impressed us with their performance vs…

£899.00
Score 10

ISM PN 3.0

Where has the ISM PN 3.0 been all our time-trialling life? The new PN (‘performance narrow’) range offers better thigh and hamstring clearance than earlier versions thanks to a narrower…

Score 10

We put the Pirelli PZero Velo tyre through it paces to see if the Italian brand has successfully brought autosport performance to the road.

£39.00
Score 9

Shimano ultegra pedals

Next to top of Shimano’s road pedal range, Shimano Ultegra pedals shares the same features with a carbon composite body and stainless steel spindle

£149.99
Score 10

IRC Roadlite X-Guard

Japanese brand Inoue Rubber Co, aka IRC, is not too well known in the UK but based on our initial impressions of the Roadlite X-Guard it deserves to be

£40.00
Score 9