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Shimano Tiagra groupset

“Old” Tiagra 4600 was due an overhaul by 2015: it was the oldest groupset in Shimano’s stable and was beginning to show its age both in appearance and performance relative…

Score 9

Shimano SH-R321 cycling shoes

Shimano SH-R321 cycling shoes

Many have hotly anticipated the updated version of Shimano’s successful SH-R320 road shoe, the Shimano SH-R321 cycling shoes. Described with phrases such as “wrap like” and “glove like fit” with…

Score 8


Shimano 105 groupset

When 11-speed groupsets first made an appearance, the reaction to them was reminiscent of the arrival of 10-speed: plenty of frowning and sucking through teeth followed by barbed comments on…

Score 10

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 groupset

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 groupset

How did the Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 digital groupset stand up to a season of racing, training and sportive riding?

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Shimano R087 shoes

Considered to be an entry-level shoe, the R087s look a lot more expensive. The all-white design is very smart, and is based closely on Shimano’s more expensive models. Comfort is…

Score 8


Shimano R107

Just like the £50 more expensive R170 that won last year’s big group test, the R107 is a no-nonsense, no-frills shoe that is quite simply brilliant. With an almost identical…

Score 9


Shimano RS81 C35

Typically pitched as Ultegra-level, the RS81 is a ‘non-series’ wheel, meaning it’s of a similar quality but doesn’t carry the name. The RS81 uses a carbon laminate rim, so, in…

Score 8

Shimano R260 cycling show

Shimano R260 road shoe

A stiff sole, soft plyable upper and supportive innersoles combine to make an incredibly comfortable shoe. These three factors 
ensure comfort surrounds 
the foot while preserving performance, with a stiff…

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