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Squire Mako Conger crop

The Squire Mako Conger bike lock is the only combination/chain lock that we have tested recently, the rest using a key lock system. The obvious advantage to a combination lock…

£39.99
Score 8

Cycling Souvenirs Grand Tour espresso cups. Cake and plate are model's own

Classy cups and saucers to celebrate the main classification jerseys of the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France

£50.00
Score 9

Kryptonite New York M18 crop

Kryptonite’s considerable reputation precedes it, and its flagship Kryptonite New York M18 bike lock did not disappoint. Plastered in approval stamps and stickers (including Gold ratings for cycle and motorcycle…

£99.99
Score 9

Zefal K-Traz A25 crop

This style of lock is a popular alternative to the standard D lock thanks to the flexibility it offers when locking your bike; a handy feature when a uniform bike…

£36.99
Score 7

Knog Bouncer crop

This lock is small and well designed, but its strengths may also be its weaknesses. With Knog’s reputation for kookie designs, it comes as no surprise that the Knog Bouncer…

£39.99
Score 7

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The days are getting longer, but for some lights are still a necessity. The B’Twin VIOO Front/Rear Bike Light is a lightweight light that won’t break the bank (RRP of £8.50).…

£8.50
Score 9

MIP_057908

If you are lucky enough to heading to warmer climes and are planning on taking your bike with you then a bike specific bag or box is an essential item…

£448.00
Score 10

tape

Championed by the likes of Alejandro Valverde and the MTN Qhubeka Lizard Skins bar tape feels incredibly comfy.

£27.99
Score 10

polar v800 gps watch

The Polar V800 straddles the divide between dedicated cycling computer and the fitness and activity trackers that have really taken off in the last year or so. This puts it…

£349.50
Score 7

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With Strava now attracting every section of the cycling community, newer riders will be glad to know that there are now a large number of products that allow you to…

£50.00
Score 7

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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