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Fat Lad At The Back (alias FLAB) is based in Yorkshire and produces cycle clothing in larger sizes and with a bit more room in it, designed for the classic…

£59.99
Score 8

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Fizik has been broadening its range of cycling components and clothing over recent years and moved into selling cycling shoes in 2010. Last year it started to offer versions of…

£139.99
Score 9

Santini Vega Aquazero bib tights

Riding in the rain can be an unpleasant experience, but even if you decide to stick to the turbo while the heavens are actually open this winter, the likelihood is…

£129.99
Score 9

Odlo primaloft jacket

There’s a lot to like about the Odlo Primaloft jacket. As you’d expect from a Swedish company with its roots in cross-country skiing, this winter cycling jacket is exceptionally warm…

£140.00
Score 7

Pearl Izumi base layer

The long sleeved Pearl Izumi Transfer wool base layer is a great option for cold weather rides, being warm, breathable and very comfortable

£59.99
Score 10

Giro Gauge Mountain Bike shoes

The Giro Gauge Mountain bike shoes may not have the glitz and glamour of the arguably more fashionable (and more expensive) Giro VR 90 shoes, but if you are into…

£169.99
Score 7

The Light Blue Robinson RD 105 main image

A bike that performs well and looks great, The Light Blue Robinson is a solid choice as a winter ride

£1,399.99
Score 8

wahoo kickr snap turbo trainer

Wahoo’s Kickr direct drive turbo trainer has been widely praised for its realistic ride feel, but at nearly £1000 it’s a pricy item. The Snap is Wahoo’s lower priced offering,…

£499.99
Score 8

HideMyBell

Designed in Holland the HideMyBell is a cycling computer mount with an integrated bell that sits on the underside of the mount. >>> Garmin Edge: complete buyer’s guide The main…

£21.00
Score 8

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We love customisation and name stickers are a great, but subtle way to make your pride and joy unique. For just £9.99 you can get a set of ten Pegatin…

£29.99
Score 9

castelli illumina gloves

The Castelli Illumina gloves are made from Castelli’s Stratos Light upper fabric, with these women’s specific middle-weight gloves covering a temperature range of between 12-18 degrees. A rather wet and…

£50.00
Score 9

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Biemme’s B-fluo legwarmers are a shockingly bright yellow, so there’s no excuse for anyone not to see you coming. They’re made from a stretchy knitted polyamide with 5% elastane, which…

£42.00
Score 8

specialized airnet helmet

The Specialized Airnet helmet is the latest addition the American’s company’s extensive range of helmets, slipping in roughly at the midpoint below the more performance-orientated Evade and Prevail. >>> Buyer’s…

£100.00
Score 9

Sealskinz Thermal Gloves

Sealskinz has a reputation for producing high-end cold weather cycling apparel and the Sealskinz Performance Thermal gloves look to continue in this vein. >>> The best winter cycling gloves (video)…

£55.00
Score 7

Oakley Jawbreaker 1

Oakley worked in collaboration with world-class British sprinter Mark Cavendish to create the most popular pair of sunglasses in the pro-peloton, the Jawbreaker. Together they produced a pair of distinctive…

£170.00
Score 9

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Tubeless wheels and tyres are growing in popularity. For those who don’t know, tubeless tyres are similar to a clincher, but form an air-tight seal against the rim and contain…

£659.98
Score 9

RRP Rearguard

Sick of getting a wet bum when riding in the rain? Then the RRP Rearguard could be the perfect product for you, doing a good job of keeping your rear…

£8.99
Score 9

Giessegi Cauberg jacket

The Gieseggi Cauberg jacket is a lightweight water and wind resistant jacket/jersey in the mould of Castelli’s Gabba. Its ninja-black colour scheme is relieved by a wide red waistband, the…

£99.00
Score 9

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The 012 range from Salice extends to eight different lens types and is available in a host of different lens and frame colours too – in total there are over…

Score 8

wahoo kickr turbo trainer

The Wahoo KICKR has an ever-growing list of compatible apps, making it one of the most comprehensive trainers available for compatible open source software. Apps and training websites like Zwift…

£950.00
Score 9

Specialized Element 2.0 gloves

The Specialized Element 2.0 gloves might not be the top priority for the American cycling giant, but it’s still managed to do a great job producing a superb pair of…

£45.00
Score 9

Trip Socks Updated 1

If you have been paying close attention to the domestic time trialling scene you can’t help to have noticed the rise in the number of testers wearing the Trip Sockz…

£39.99
Score 8

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After revamping the Cosmic Carbone Ultimate wheels and giving them a new U-shaped profile in time for the spring classics, Mavic has also updated its popular £500 Ksyrium Elite wheelset. Having…

£500.00
Score 10