Made from lightweight, antibacterial fabrics, the jerseys, bibshorts, armwarmers, caps and socks have a series of designs based around a + symbol – usually a large one in strong colours,…

Adidas may not be the first name that springs to mind when asked to think of a cycling brand, but the company has a long history in the sport having…

Going on caravanning holidays used to be seen a being pretty uncool; but not any more!* The Wide Path Camper gives you all the freedom of a camping trip by…

Spanish company Bkool sells a turbotrainer along with a simulation programme, which you run on your computer, allowing you to follow a route of your choice in 3D and compete…

Muc-Off invented a machine to allow it to quantify the efficiency and durability of its formulation and claims that the new lube delivers ultra-low friction, being 15% more efficient than…

The 2013 edition of Milan-San Remo was perhaps less memorable for Gerald Ciolek’s surprise victory, more for the fact that heavy snow forced the peloton onto the team buses to…

With the boom in women's cycling in the UK, manufacturers are finally waking up to the fact that female riders have very different needs to their male counterparts.

Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome both used non-round chainrings on their way to winning the Tour de France. But do they really help?

As well as the US’s GPS, the Russian GLONASS constellation is currently active. The European Union is now deploying the Galileo constellation, which should give more precise positioning than GPS,…