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Athena EPS is the Italian outfit?s entry-level electronic shifting groupset. Fancy an 11-speed battery-powered gruppo?

£2,004.99
Score 8

CW take the Zipp 101's for a test spin, rear £600, front £500

£1,100.00
Score 7

CW tests USE first attempt at carbon wheels with the Nano 4.5 £1,349.99

£1,349.99
Score 7

The Japanese component giant proves it?s not all over for mechanical shifting at the deep end of bike componentry, with 9000 offering a smorgasbord of improvements over its predecessor

£1,999.99
Score 10

CW test the new Cero AR30 wheelset costing £449.99

£449.99
Score 10

CW staffer Chris Catchpole test the Cero RC50 £699.99

£699.99
Score 10

CW test the Mavic CXR80 wheelset £2,290

£2,290.00
Score 9

Shimano Ultegra Di2 could be the groupset that brings electronic shifting to the masses. CW tested it on several bikes and with riders of differing ability and experience.

£1,575.87
Score 10

We test out the One23 RO-96B clipless pedals

£47.99
Score 8

We test out Wellgo clipless pedals

£34.99
Score 6

We test out the Time RSX Speed clipless pedals

£75.00
Score 9