The Gore ONE 1985 Gore-Tex Shakedry Jacket is a light weight packable, water proof jacket specifically designed for cycling and is essentially, an updated version of the original Gore ONE…
Café Du Cycliste’s Martine bib-tights are the French brand’s premium premium performance wear. They do, however, come with a premium price tag to match, with the Martine’s costing a wince…
We've tested the cunningly made Crankbrothers klik hp gauge +co2 pump. It's got plenty of tricks hidden away in its shiny barrel.
Cube Litening C:62 disc review: We head out on Cube's disc equipped competition bike to see how it holds up
The Merlin Nitro SL comes with WorldTour credentials and a UCI sticker. We've tested its lightweight and climbing credentials.
We get to grips with Giro's premium cold/wet glove and find out if it really is the ultimate foul-weather accessory
Bellroy wallets have always tested well with us here at Cycling Weekly. They offer practical solutions to carrying your essentials in a sleek and attractive package.
We've been using the Maxxis Mud Wrestler cyclo-cross tyre through typical UK winter conditions to see how it handles muddy off-road as well as on-road riding.
The Giro Factor Techlace shoe covers all bases with laces, Velcro, and Boa dials – and also provides excellent comfort and performance.
The Rapha Pro Team Shadow leg warmers are designed to be the best windproof, water-resistant and breathable leg warmers for use in foul weather.
The Panaracer Race A Evo 3 is intended to be a versatile road tyre for use in all weather conditions. Here is our review.
We've tested the Cadence Digits, a mid weight-full-fingered glove perfect for early-spring temperatures.
How do the Tour de France-winning Sidi Shot shoes – as worn by Chris Froome – live up to the hype?
The Fabric CO2/lever kit pulls together your puncture repair needs into a single bundle. We've tested it out on the road.
Café du Cycliste's Cosette Ceramic base layer is the French brand's most technical base layer, but does it live up to the claim?
The Castelli Sanremo 2 Thermosuit might technically be a cycling onesie but it could make a great addition to your winter wardrobe.
The bright idea of a cycling Kickstarter, the Lumos helmet features integrated lights and is already an online success story.
A top-flight cyclo-cross bike ridden by leading Continental pro riders, we've put German brand Stevens's Super Prestige through its paces here in the UK.
The Topeak Omni RideCase enables you to mount almost any size of smartphone to a bike so it can be used as a computer or GPS unit.
The Fizik Mistica is the latest stubby saddle intended for time trial use. The shape is designed to relieve perineal pressure when in an aggressive position.
Rock "N" Roll Gold lube is the brand's top bike lubricant. We've been testing it through the winter to see how it copes with harsh conditions.
The Smith Route helmet includes Koroyd inserts over the temples to absorb energy in an impact. We've tested the MIPS version of the brand's new mid-priced lid.
Henry Robertshaw puts Dolan's first disc-brake road bike to the test.
Billed as Altura’s most technical base layer, the Thermocool boasts a boatload of performance technology, but does it do the job?
We've tested the Mio Cyclo 505 HC cycling computer, Mio's rival to the Garmin Edge 1000. How did it face off against the competition?