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Mavic R-Sys Ultimate

Following the route of the Cosmic Carbone Ultimate, the R-Sys Ultimate uses the same technology as the original R-Sys but in an all-carbon format, barring the aluminium spokes on the…

£0.00
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Continental Grand Prix

Despite being designated as an all-round or training tyre the Grand Prix is better than this.While the 60 threads per inch construction, 24mm width, cheap price and unsophisticated Poly X…

£27.95
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Hutchinson Atom Road Tubeless

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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Pro handlebar tape

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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TRP R950SL brakes

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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Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL PowerTap

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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Shimano Dura-Ace Di2

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