The B’Twin 700 Warm Weather Mesh baselayer does a great job of keeping you riding in hot weather, but the one size fits all approach won't be good for all.
We've tested the water-resistant, fleeced Café du Cycliste Jeanne bib shorts. They're very comfortable and the water resistant treatment is highly durable.
Mavic Cosmic Pro gloves are designed for hot summer riding. At just 30g and with no padding they're a minimalist option. We've taken a look at how they perform.
The Northwave Extreme shoes are stiff, comfortable and well-ventilated shoes, but are let down by the in-house dials that are fiddly compared to Boas.
The dhb Classic bib shorts have a very minimal and classic design, but their comfort and performance can still compete with the top-end of other brands.
A super light and breathable jersey from Castelly, ideal for the summer and warm days
The Pearl Izumi Pro Aero gloves is the final piece that will complete your Pearl Izumi kit, which features an aero jersey (the Pro LTD Speed jersey) and a bib…
Reasonably priced and with a relaxed fit, the Chapeau Tempo jersey is a decent choice for a jersey to pull out of the wardrobe at a moment's notice.
Sitting one from the top of Sportful's short range, the Sportful R&D SC bib shorts tick all the boxes you'd expect from a £110 pair of bib shorts.
We've tested the DMT R1 shoes, the Italian brand's top road cycling shoes. They look distinctive but does their performance measure up against the competition?
Designed for the pros' seven hour training rides, the Sportful Gruppetto Team jersey is just as good on the backs of us lot, giving great value performance.
We've tested the Icebreaker Sphere top. Although billed as a tee shirt it serves well as a cycling baselayer too and works very well with its merino fabric.
We put dhb's aero offering to the test
We've put the Oneten Tempo bib shorts to the test to see if they can deliver the sort of performance that you don't always get from shorts of this price.
The Giro Prolight SLX II is a super light shoe but does being featherweight compromise performance? Here is our review.
If you’re searching for a vest that can keep you warm at the beginning of your ride, or an extra sleeves-less layer capable of protecting you from wind and water,…
The dhb Aeron gloves may come with thick gel padding, but unfortunately it compresses quickly, although everything else about these gloves is rather good.
The Bontrager Velocis Halo jersey integrates hi-vis technology into a lightweight summer jersey for balmy nights when you find yourself out riding late.
The Buff Tour de France neck warmers offer stylish solutions for keeping your neck warm in cold weather, coming in a number of different stylised designs.
The Endura Hyperon gloves tick all the boxes you'd want from a pair of summer cycling gloves, being well ventilated and giving excellent grip on the bars.
The Vermarc Veloce bib shorts offer impressive quality of construction for the price and are also comfortable over long distances against the competition.
The Specialized Sport gloves are the entry point to Specialized's Body Geometry range of gloves, but still have all the features of their pricier brethren.
The Santini Mago bib shorts are some of the most comfortable bib shorts that money can buy thanks to the exceptional pad but lack real high quality touches.
As their name suggests, the Altura Sportive gloves are great for all-day riding, the full gel padding to protect and pamper your hands on longer rides.
We review the Alé R-Ev1 Master jersey, to see if the Italian company's top-of-the-range jersey can deliver the performance you'd expect from a £110 jersey.