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Fulcrum Racing Zero lightweightwheels

Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels

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

Score 8

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Rolf Prima Ares4 ES wheels

At 1,450g a pair on the Cycling Weekly scales without skewers, the Rolf Prima Ares4 ES wheels can’t exactly be described as featherweights. However, given the 42mm rim depth can offer…

Score 7


Edco Neggia wheels

The Edco Neggia wheels are claimed at 1179g though we weighed them at 1,240g. The full-carbon rim weighs 360g and is 25mm deep and 21mm wide with a rounded profile…

Score 8


Lizard Skins DSP 2.5mm Bar Tape

Championed by the likes of Alejandro Valverde and the MTN Qhubeka Lizard Skins bar tape feels incredibly comfy.

Score 10


Prologo Kappa Evo DEA T2.0 women’s saddle

The Prologo Kappa saddle come with a light layer of polyurethane foam padding and sits on chromoly steel rails, which are etched with position markers. It’s also available in a…

Score 8


Fizik Arione Donna women’s saddle

Fizik saddles comes in a wide range of profiles and as with the men’s version, the Arione has the flattest cross-section in their women’s specific range. Maintaining the men’s Arione…

Score 9


Specialized Ruby Expert Gel women’s saddle

This minimalist saddle has a racy look to it. With one of Specialized’s lightest levels of padding you really feel like you’re in the driving seat. The lack of padding…

Score 10


Pro Griffon Lady women’s saddle

The Griffon is a reasonably priced saddle that comes in two widths, 142mm or 152mm, accommodating different sit bone widths. Despite testing the narrower option we still found it a…

Score 7