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Swift Carbon Ultravox Ti main image

Set up eight years by former pro Mark Blewett, Swift is not your typical bike brand, with Blewett based in his South African homeland while the company is not ashamed…

£3,600.00
Score 9

bbb innershield inner gloves

According to BBB “ceramic powder nano particles incorporated into the fabric of these gloves reflect Far InfraRed (FIR) rays emitted by the body. This improves metabolism and increases blood flow.”…

£9.95
Score 10

pearl izumi women's cycling shoes

As part of the P.R.O (Performance and Race Optimised) series, the Pearl Izumi Women’s Elite Road IV shoes sit at the top of the Pearl Izumi tree, having been designed…

£149.99
Score 9

Ritte Ace

California based Ritte takes its name from the maverick Flandrian Henri “Ritte” Van Lerberghe. Van Lerberghe’s legacy was established in 1919 when he won the Tour of Flanders despite his…

£1,999.00
Score 8

spiuk z16r

Also available in white or black, the Spiuk Z16R shoes are amongst the most comfortable shoes I’ve ever worn on a bike. They’re the perfect choice for when I’m heading…

£109.95
Score 8

Garmin Edge 20

The Edge 20 is Garmin’s truly entry level cycling GPS device. It is fair to say it is aimed at riders that are new to using cycling computers or those…

£109.99
Score 9

Canyon Ultimate CF SLX 9.0 LTD review featured

Despite its understated matt black looks, the Canyon Ultimate is the sort of bike that grabs people’s attention. If I had a penny for every time somebody muttered, “that’s a…

£4,299.00
Score 9

Sako7

You might have seen your fellow cyclists wearing flamboyantly coloured hosiery. If so, there is a good chance that they were a pair of Sako7 socks. Sako7 is a range…

£15.00
Score 9

bontrager flare r rear light

When it comes to safety, having a good rear light is probably more important than having a good front light, so it’s worth shopping around to make sure you get…

£44.99
Score 10

CEP socks

We all know recovery is very important but we don’t always allocate enough time to do so efficiently. Therefore, the ease of putting on and taking off, as well as…

£34.99
Score 9

Selle Italia Tekno Flow

With a large cut out that runs almost the full length of the saddle the SLR Tekno Flow is definitely striking. Unquestionably this saddle is definitely race focused. With its…

£299.99
Score 8

Garmin Edge 25

The Garmin Edge 25 is primarily aimed at cyclists who are new to using GPS devices. For example, riders who are mainly concerned with time, distance, speed, GPS position and…

£139.99
Score 9

Castello Volo bibshorts featured

Flat lock stitching, superb quality ‘Affinity Lycra’ and mesh grippers on the legs work in unison to give a comfortable, close fit, with no irritation against the skin. The mesh…

£80.00
Score 9

Rapha merino arm warmers

If you’re after the most comfortable warmers money can buy, then look no further than the Rapha Merino arm warmers, made from a merino wool blend used exclusively by Rapha…

£45.00
Score 8

blackmore north hill bib shorts

At first glance, the Blackmore North Hill bib shorts don’t look like anything special. Black lycra shorts with a white mesh bib, they’re hardly the most eye-catching, with the two…

£99.99
Score 9

DeeFeet arm warmers

The material used by Defeet is somewhat similar to the merino wool of the more expensive Rapha warmers (although not as light or thin), and is just as warm, well…

£19.99
Score 9

Pearl Izumi Unisex Elite Thermal Leg-warmers

Made from Pearl Izumi’s Elite Thermal Fleece fabric, these leg-warmers feature a thin fleecy inner lining that feels soft and comfortable against the skin, while offering good levels of insulation. The fabric…

£39.99
Score 7

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…

£199.99
Score 7

Santini BeHot arm warmers

Santini has constructed these warmers using its BeHot fabric, which it claims generates heat as it stretches and contracts. However, while this should have a decent effect on items such…

£29.99
Score 7

Assos S7 leg warmers

A huge amount of thought and design has gone into the fit of these leg-warmers. Some leg-warmers feature a single-piece tube construction — not these from Assos though, which actually…

£73.99
Score 9

Pearl Izumi Pro Thermal arm warmers

If a good fit was the only thing we were looking for in a pair of arm warmers, then these would win hands-down. There are clearly a lot of climbers…

£34.99
Score 9

_MG_1151

In 2014 the French enjoyed their best Tour de France in years, ending what had been a barren patch for the race’s home riders and legions of fans. Two of…

£5,999.00
Score 9

Superavi Eximio-S

Caesar’s famous hendiatris ‘veni, vidi, vici’ doesn’t need a fourth verb. By the same token, we have to ask whether Superavi (Latin for ‘I overcame’) is gratuitous — not to…

£1,765.00
Score 9

Sugoi RS Leg warmers

The Sugoi legwarmers have quite a structured design, with a pronounced curvature and wavy flat locked seams down the sides. Indeed, they are so curvy that I initially found it…

£44.99
Score 7

Moon ADJ-1300 Front Light: powerful light to keep you riding through the winter

If, like us, you’re having to plan your winter miles around the nine-to-five then it is nigh-on impossible to avoid the odd morning or evening pounding the lanes in the…

£179.99
Score 8