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Zipp 808

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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Pedal Force RS2

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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S60 wheels

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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Corima Aero+ Tubeless

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

£1,349.99
Score 9

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Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-Way Fit

Review of the Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-Way Fit, which uses the same tubeless system as the Campagnolo Shamal Ultra 2-Way Fit also tested here

£927.00
Score 8

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Rival 2009 groupset

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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Vittoria Open Pave EVO-CG tyre

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