The moment you take them out the box, the Enve SES 4.5 feel a little bit special. There’s something about them. Enve works in collaboration with the famous aerodynamicist Simon…
Most of us are not going to buy specific wheels for climbing or sprint stages, so an all round do it all wheel is at this depth is ideal. I…
We put the Sicasso S45C wheel through their paces, seeing if these do-it-all aero wheels can perform as well as we'd hope for an £1,800 carbon wheelset.
Easton says that its EA70 SL wheelset is “built to withstand years of abuse”. Although I did not have years to test the wheels, numerous rides, including some salt-riddled winter…
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
Priced at just a penny under £400, I have to say that I wasn’t expecting anything spectacular from the Cero ARD23 Disc wheels. However I was very surprised with the…
The Zipp 404 Firestrike carbon clincher wheels are very fast deep section wheels that cope very well in crosswinds, but aren't so good at braking in the wet
The Specialized S-Works Power saddle is made for serious riders who are looking for performance and great spec, with a unique shape that works really well.
Edco’s Albis wheels are a nice all-round carbon clincher wheelset, which is wide enough for larger volume tyres, deep enough for aero benefits but still light enough to spin up…
We've tested UK brand Walker Brothers' WideBoy 58mm deep section, wide carbon clincher wheelset. How do they fare in the competitive carbon wheel market?
With carbon rims and weighing 871g (plus skewers), the Spada Spillo wheels are the lightest wheels we've ever reviewed, making them perfect for hill climbs.
The Cobb Plus is not a nice saddle to look at, but it is one of the most comfortable I have ever tried, particularly on long rides and on time…
Edco Roches are designed to be a solid wheels for everyday use, being tubeless-ready and with a wide internal rim width, but they could be more comfortable.
Michelin announces a new road tyre range with significant performance benefits over its current top Pro4 range
Good training tyres at a reasonable price, the Michelin Lithion 2 tyres offer great puncture protection and are hard-wearing for long winters in the lanes.
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 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…