The Vittoria Corsa G+ tyres are the first bike tyres in the world to feature graphene, and offer up low rolling resistance and high puncture protection
The Hunt Race Aero Wide wheels are some of the best value wheels on the market, being well-built, stiff, and tubeless ready, all for less than £400.
The new Shimano 105 groupset made the jump up to 11-speed in 2015, and with improved shifting and faultless braking it's very impressive
The Exustar E-PR2 pedals are compatible with Look Keo cleats and have really high quality bearings for what are not super-expensive clipless pedals.
A complete review of the Shimano Claris groupset, including its shifitng and braking performance, value for money, and how it compares to Sora and Tiagra.
The low rim weight of the Reynolds Attack Disc wheels make them sharp when accelerating or climbing, but the lack of thru-axle adaptors is disappointing.
Made for less flexibile riders, the Fizik Aliante VS Kium saddle features a groove down the middle to reduce perineal pressure creating a comfortable perch.
The Hope V-Twin sits below your stem to convert mechanical brake levers to run hydraulic calipers. We've tested how it performs and how easy it is to fit.
If you move around a lot when riding, then the Selle Italia Novus Flow saddle might be a good choice, but otherwise there are better options on the market.
The Bontrager Montrose Elite saddle is a great, reasonably priced saddle that is comfortable and easy to set up, plus there's even a 30 day trial period.
Reportedly developed in the wind tunnel and optimized for the road the Enve SES aero bars have proved popular with the Dimension Data team, with several of the riders choosing…
Put simply, the Bontrager R4 320 tyres are the fastest tyres that we've ever tested, overshadowing even the Continental GP4000S tyres when it comes to speed.
The Look Keo 2 Max Blade pedals are an improvement on the already well-received Keo pedals, although the cleat wear isn't great so don't go walking around in them too
We look at both the Shimano Ultegra mechanical groupset and the Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic groupset to see just how good they are
The Fulcrum Racing Quattro Carbon wheels are great carbon upgrade wheels, that are great on most terrains with their stiff 40mm rims and impressive braking.
The DT Swiss RC 38 Spline wheels are a very well-made pair of hoops that offer good durability and performance, with plenty of axle options to choose from.
Zipp has done a great job with its Zipp 30 Course wheels, future-proofing them with different axle standards and making them exceptionally fun to ride too.
Prologo’s Scratch range of saddled is vast and the options can be a bit daunting at first. All the saddles share a more rounded profile than the other Prologo saddle…
Developed with the aid of bike fit guru Dr Andy Pruitt and his years of experience, the Specialized Toupé Expert Gel saddle has a pronounced cut out and full length groove…
We put the Rotor INpower power meter through its paces in a whole winter worth of testing, seeing if its single-sided design can match up to the big boys.
The best thing you can say about a new saddle is that you don't notice that it's new, and that's exactly the case with the Astute Skyline Pilarga SR saddle.
The Verve Infocrank power meter is the power meter of choice for British Cycling, but is it practical enough to be used day to day by amateur riders?
The spring Classics might be behind us, but that doesn’t mean that I’ve stopped using the Challenge Paris-Roubaix tyres, which perform excellently and, with their tan sidewalls, add a touch…
The Morgaw Forsage saddle has vibration dampeners built into the design, so it should give a more comfortable ride, but in reality the difference is slight.
Power meters are becoming increasingly popular and consumer demand is driving down the price. I first had a look at the new PowerTap P1 pedals in February 2015 and subsequently…