We've tested the Mavic Aksium jersey which offers good value at £45, has a lot of quality details for riding in warmer weather, and looks pretty nice too.
The Specialized SL Pro Jersey is certainly a great jersey. It's not crazy light (164 grams) but is breathable, however it's still a bit expensive at £100.
Lusso is known for its UK made cycling kit which is designed for the British rider and good value. The Lusso Air-16 is its lightweight jersey for riding in hot…
With the Olympics coming up we've tested this jersey decked out in Brazilian flag colours from French brand G4
Made as a celebration of Sportful's partnership with the Italian national team, the Sportful Italia CL jersey is an attractive top that's comfortable too.
Despite coming out of Yorkshire, the Spokesman Climbers jersey really impresses in hot weather and has some stand out details to separate it from the crowd.
The Castelli Aero Race 5.1 jersey is apparently the most aerodynamic jersey that Castelli has ever made, with a great fit that really cuts through the wind.
The Altura Podium Elite jersey is a really high-end product. It might be a bit pricey, but it has an excellent fit and it performs well on the long run.
Designed for climbing in hot conditions, the Rapha Super Lightweight jersey is a quality piece of kit, although it could do with a bit more pocket space.
The airy climber's jersey of the Italian brand's range, the Sportful R&D Ultralight jersey offers lightweight breathability for really hot days on the bike.
There's a lot to like about the Blackmore Stripe jersey with its stylish design and breathable fabric, but the fit isn't up to scratch for a race jersey.
A super light and breathable jersey from Castelly, ideal for the summer and warm days
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.
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 put dhb's aero offering to the test
The Bontrager Velocis Halo jersey integrates hi-vis technology into a lightweight summer jersey for balmy nights when you find yourself out riding late.
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.
We put the OneTen long sleeve jersey through its paces, offering great value protection for spring and autumn days for a very reasonable sub-£40 pricetag.
The Mavic Cosmic Pro jersey is designed to for use in really hot conditions, being very light and well-ventilated, and with a very good aerodynamic fit too.
We put the dhb Classic short sleeve jersey through its paces, finding its niche as the jersey that you just pull out of the wardrobe for impromptu rides.
Maybe the biggest talking point with the Bontrager Specter jersey is the design, which will leave onlookers with no doubt about your preferred choice of bike brand. However if you’re…
To be honest, I probably shouldn’t be reviewing the Santini Interactive 3.0 jersey on its own. That’s because it has a zip along the back that means you can attach…
The Sportful Fiandre Light NoRain SS top is one of my used pieces of clothing this spring, offering top quality windproof and water-resistant protection.
When the Rapha Core jersey first arrived in the Cycling Weekly office there was a fair bit of confusion. “Are you sure this is a Rapha jersey?” everyone was saying.…
The Zappi Mondo 2 long sleeve jersey might look retro, but its performance is bang up to date, providing thermal protection for chilly days in the saddle.