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Gore Equipe Windstopper cap

The Gore Equipe Windstopper cap adds a lot of warmth to cold-weather rides. It's windproof, water resistant and has a fold-down ear flap

Score 8

Giro Air Attack Shield helmet

The Giro Air Attack Shield is an aero road helmet designed to offer plenty of ventilation in a lightweight package - does it succeed?

Score 7

With subtle, yet reflective colour accent, Sportful's Giara cap could be the missing piece in your cycling wardrobe

Score 9

An under-helmet, ponytail-compatible headband designed to keep your ears warm but your head sweat-free

Score 10

We've been testing the Buff merino neckwarmer this winter. What are the advantages of the merino version over standard polyester?

Score 8

The Hövding is an interesting product – it’s worn round the neck and is intended to replace a conventional bike helmet. Should you crash, the Hövding activates an airbag.…

Score 7

The Buff Tour de France neck warmers offer stylish solutions for keeping your neck warm in cold weather, coming in a number of different stylised designs.

Score 9

The Castelli Viva thermal cap offers decent insulation that is enough to keep you warm on all but the coldest winter rides, and rolls up nice and small too.

Score 9

A cold head and ears can quickly ruin a winter ride, but fitting a warm hat under a helmet can be uncomfortable. This is where a skull cap such as…

Score 8

Bridging the gap between the classic cotton cap and the more thicker Belgian style hats for hardcore rides in Arctic conditions, the brand new Rapha Pro Team Hat is designed…

Score 8

The GripGrab Aviator Cap is a good under-helmet thermal layer, great for winter training

Score 8

Make no mistake: Lusso’s Thermal under-helmet head-warmer is very, very warm. Ideal for when the weather really takes a turn for the worse, coverage is good and it works well…

Score 8

Funkier's under-helmet thermal cap, designed to keep your noggin toastie on cold winter days

Score 8