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Lazer Z1 helmet

As you’d expect for 200 quid, the Lazer Z1 helmet is a half-decent lid. However, although a very good all-rounder, I’m not sure it stands out in enough areas to…

Score 7

Madison Sportive Thermal Leg-warmers

Madison Sportive Thermal leg-warmers

The fleece-backed Lycra employed in Madison’s offering is really comfortable against the skin, offering a great degree of thermal insulation. These leg-warmers don’t feature the water repellency of Castelli’s NanoFlex,…

Score 8

Madison web

Madison Road Race gilet

Proudly sporting a “pro-rider developed” logo, the Madison Road Race gilet was created over the course of the 2014 season in conjunction with the Madison-Genesis team. With a front panel…

Score 8


Madison Isoler Merino long sleeve baselayer

For cold weather cycling a quality baselayer can significantly enhance your comfort and ride enjoyment. If you ride in cold weather and find your torso getting cold, sweaty and uncomfortable,…

Score 9


Madison Sportive Shield Softshell bib tights

There’s little debate that a good pair of winter bib tights are essential for riding in cold weather. The main criteria on which we judge a pair of bib tights…

Score 5

Madison gloves

Madison Element gloves

As a rule, kit from Madison punches above its price point, so we had high hopes for the stylish Madison Element  gloves. They definitely look the part in sleek, slim-fit…

Score 6


Madison Prime

If you’re looking for a lightweight, packable jacket for those drizzly tempo sessions, then look elsewhere.

Score 8


Madison Road Race Jersey

This new in-house brand from cycling giant Madison offers some great looking designs with unique dogtooth print detailing on the collar. The rear pockets were really well fitted with an…

Score 7