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Having only launched at the Milton Keynes round of the Cyclo-Cross World Cup last November, Radial Cycles is certainly one of the newest brands to spring up in an attempt…

£14.99
Score 8

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For the last few years, Tannus has really been gaining traction (sorry!) with its solid tyres. A couple of months ago a representative from Tannus visited us here at Cycling…

£45.00
Score 9

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This isn’t the first time we’ve seen an ILE bag here at Cycling Weekly. We tested their Race Day bag and we liked some of the features, especially the materials,…

£124.00
Score 7

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The standout feature of the CycleOps Magneto Trainer is the progressive resistance unit which adjusts resistance depending on your speed – a first for a magnetic trainer. In effect this…

£225.00
Score 7

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Turbo-training is not the most attractive proposition at the best of times, but when it involves a perpetual whooshing noise and a complete lack of road-like feel, it becomes the…

£219.99
Score 9

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Saddle sores can be a pain in the backside - So does Assos Chamois Creme help all things down under?

£13.99
Score 8

Hoy bottle and cage

Are you a massive fan of Sir Chris Hoy? perhaps you own a Hoy bike and would like matching accessories? The Chris Hoy bottle cage is an attractive super light,…

£34.99
Score 7

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Minoura has a great track record when it comes to turbos, being instrumental in the development of magnetic trainers for over a quarter of a century. The Minoura LR340 sits…

£199.99
Score 7

Tacx, Turbo trainer test

The Tacx Blue Motion T2600 resides at the lower end of the turbo trainer price spectrum, possessing fewer features than premium models. However, the lower price doesn’t mean it is poor…

£199.99
Score 8

Kinetic by Kurt Rock n Roll trainer

We’ve seen a big shift towards using home trainers, mainly down to how busy we all are. Bike rides take up much of the day and so a simple hour…

£449.99
Score 8

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The Topeak iGlow saddle bag takes its place among the rest of the brand’s iGlow range, which currently consists of two mudguards and a mini pump. What’s special about this…

£36.99
Score 7

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Initial criticism after the release of the Stages power meter range focused on water ingress at the unit and subsequent short battery life, or complete failure. It seemed that the…

£599.00
Score 9

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New from Muc-Off comes Bio Grease. This product is a thick grease designed for bottom brackets, headsets and threads. Not to be confused with a less viscous lube designed for…

Score 8

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Getting a puncture is pain in the rear, all the faff followed by what seems like hours of pumping to get some air back in the tyre. The SKS Airbuster…

£19.99
Score 9

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Based in Berlin, Fahrer is making interesting bicycle accessories from a mixture of recycled materials, such as old innertubes and tarpaulins. Their products are designed for city use, but many…

£34.50
Score 7

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Do you have a carbon fibre frame or seat post? If your bike has carbon, you should consider using some carbon assembly compound in order to protect your pride and…

£15.00
Score 8

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A nitrile glove is designed to offer greater dexterity than a marigold and is the kind of glove a surgeon or scientist would wear. They are also great at keeping…

£17.00
Score 8

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Side on visibility is often over looked by cyclists, potentially increasing the risk of accidents in low light. Fibre flare lights aim to significantly improve side illumination.

£25.00
Score 8

Roads Were Not Built For Cars

Price as reviewed: iPad iBooks £14.99 (inc. 10 short videos); Kindle (standard) £6; ePub £6; Paperback £19.95; Hardback £34.95; Kindle (colour) £16 Somewhere between Hitler and modern historians the history of…

Score 10

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It does have its flaws, but we really appreciated the charm and honest simplicity of the Kelbrook Satchel

£130.00
Score 7