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ESI Grips RCT tape

This silicone bar tape from ESI provides excellent grip and cushioning without being overly bulky yet can be voluminous if you desire. While the grip in dry conditions is good,…

Score 6


Selle Italia SLS 
Monolink saddle

It was with much trepidation that I threw a leg over the Storck fitted with SLS Monolink saddle at the start of CW’s Surrey Hills Cyclone sportive. Despite preferring the…

Score 8

Quarq Riken 10R power meter

Quarq Riken 10R Power Meter

Quarq's Riken power meter crank is the most wallet friendly in their range at £1,249, this is how it goes on after 100 miles later...

Score 9


Look Keo Blade2 pedals

Our test Blades came with the cromo axle, 16Nm spring and a weight of 224g for the duo, which, given the competition, seems reasonable for the outlay. We like the…

Score 9


Rotor power cranks

A few hundred miles in, and the Rotor power cranks haven’t put a foot wrong. Out of the box, they are easy to fit if you follow the instructions and,…

Score 9


USE track chainring

The technology of the current Dura-Ace track chainset and BB is over 10 years old now, so British company USE has taken matters into its own hands. USE’s cunning plan…

Score 7


Stages Shimano Dura Ace power meter

Our time with the Stages Shimano Dura Ace power meter has been somewhat up and down but thanks to good customer service and the inherent simplicity of the design 
we’d still recommend…

Score 9

Lightweight Meilenstein wheels

Lightweight Meilenstein wheels

Can the latest Lightweight wheels live up to the firm’s reputation and justify the £2,999 price tag?

Score 10