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Tubeless road tyres have been a long time coming but it looks as though 2009 will be their breakthrough year. After a false start in 2004, when we expected Michelin…

£34.99
Score 9

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More and more manufacturers are catching on to the benefits of building wheels with a PowerTap hub at the rear and Mavic is the biggest so far to do so…

£1,850.00
Score 6

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Like any contact point on the bike, comfort is the main consideration when choosing handlebar tape. This reasonably priced bar tape from Pro has lasted remarkably well and provided an…

£9.99
Score 10

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Shimano, Campagnolo and SRAM all set such high standards that purchasing aftermarket brakes needs to be justifiable. The TRP R950SL is lightweight, 270g a pair, and they’re a great looking…

£0.00
Score 9

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We rode one of the first working prototypes of the electronic Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 over a year ago, and it’s taken until now for it to be available on production…

£2,699.82
Score 10

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DT Swiss has long been associated with bike wheels, as its original area of expertise was spokes. More recently it has moved into whole wheels, with its top models being…

£425.25
Score 8

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First things first – the Panaracer Extreme Jet Tubular is an expensive tubular tyre. With that out of the way it’s worth considering what it’s designed for. As a sponsor…

£69.99
Score 7

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Built on the platform of the extremely popular SLR saddle, the Selle Italia SLR Gel Flow Team Edition has big shoes to fill. Featuring a slightly stiffer base, padding that…

£93.99
Score 10

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Gore RideOn inner cables are Gore-Tex coated, within a sealed liner from end to end. The Gore-Tex protects the cable from corrosion and significantly reduces drag, improving function. They’re expensive,…

£39.99
Score 9

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Originally intended for time trial bikes, the Zipp 808 wheelset is increasingly a popular choice for road racing and has been redesigned for 2009.With the 82mm-deep rims, these are the…

£1,500.00
Score 10

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A year ago word reached me that US-based mail order company Pedal Force was offering quality carbon frames, like the Pedal Force RS2, at ridiculously low prices on a ‘group…

£326.00
Score 9

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SRAM’s wheel range is an inevitable offshoot from its recent acquisition of the Zipp brand, and as such you’ll spot more than a few similarities to Zipp’s ‘more affordable’ Flashpoint…

£1,100.00
Score 9

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Review of the Corima Aero+ Tubeless review, the first all-carbon tubeless wheel

£1,349.99
Score 9

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SRAM Rival is a mid-priced groupset, and at around £650, sits on a similar platform to Shimano’s Ultegra groupset in terms of current website price searches. In SRAM’s line-up it…

£671.93
Score 9

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if you are after a Classics-looking tyre, don’t look any further than the Vittoria Open Pave EVO-CG — nothing shouts ‘Roubaix’ louder than these green and black treads. Coming in…

£30.63
Score 8

Topeak Defender R1

I wouldn’t go so far as to suggest that the Topeak Defender R1 mudguard has copied SKS’s Race Blade guards, but there are similarities. Topeak is an innovative company, and…

£39.99
Score 9

Vision i003

Time trial bars don’t come much sexier than the FSA Vision i003. Everyone who’s seen the FSA Vision i003s has remarked on the complete lack of padding for the forearm;…

£549.99
Score 7