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Lovers of Cube bikes can stay ‘on-brand’ with the Teamline jersey, and even if you don’t ride a Cube, this is an attractive design with three rear pockets and a…

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Like the women’s Castelli jersey, this fits like a glove, and offers ultimate comfort. It’s pricier than some of the others on test but well worth it for the performance…

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While Altura is synonymous with reasonably priced cycling essentials, this Raceline jersey comes at the higher end of the range. It’s designed to offer a high-stretch fit and comes complete…

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Endorsed by 2006 Tour de France winner Oscar Pereiro, this design offers great looks and a high-performance cut with no excess material. ‘Advanced Ergonomic Performance’ is promised from the anti-bacterial,…

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This new in-house brand from cycling giant Madison offers some great looking designs with unique dogtooth print detailing on the collar. The rear pockets were really well fitted with an…

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Café du Cycliste Suzanne Jersey

Café du Cycliste really stands out, and its casual style will take you touring, or just to the pub, in style. While both are quite a loose cut, the jersey…

Score 8


Available in both male and female designs, these jerseys from Wiggle’s in-house brand dhb really stand out from the crowd. Coming in at a wallet-friendly price typical of the range,…

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This simple design oozes class thanks to its physique-hugging aero fit, breathable underarms and cuffs and hems that sit against your skin perfectly. Basically, you’re getting the same jersey as…

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The main body of the Helix jersey is constructed with SLR Ion fabric, which is lightweight and breathable. This offers antibacterial benefits with stretch properties that allow a closer fit.…

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This breathable mesh jersey from Castelli’s women’s range was tested in the UK as well as in the sweltering temperatures of Tenerife. We can happily say its performance as a…

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From a ‘fit’ point of view, it is situated between SS.Uno and SS.Mille — not too snug and not too loose. “A perfect compromise to better fit both the athlete…

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This classic Assos design offers a lovely female specific fit, with subtle branding and a form-fitting cut with a higher waist at the front to suit your riding position. It…

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Listed as just 2mm thick, Fizik’s Superlight bar tape is made from MicroTex and manages to combine being incredibly thin with enough flexibility to give a good fit. Unlike a…

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The clever upside-down design of the Iris means that bottle access on smaller frames is much improved with the only drawback being that the bottle can need a bit of…


A long time in the making, but after several adjustments and revisions, the 2014 version of Rapha’s Arm Warmer is commendably close to perfection. Made from Roubaix fabric, the built-in…

Score 9


The Syrinx, from 
Czech manufacturer Rubena, is pitched 
as a training tyre so we’ve been pleasantly surprised by its 
wet and dry performance and excellent rolling resistance. The tyres have…


The G.Chrono Plus shoes sit at the top of the range of Gaerne’s cycling shoes and are pretty feature-packed. The ‘EPS Carbon Fibre Sole’ is incredibly stiff and very thin,…

Storck Aernario 
Disc G1

Lightweight carbon fibre road bike with Shimano Ultegra discs and bolt-through axles

Score 9


Forme started with five models in 2010 and now has over 50. The original range was made up of mid-range road bikes to fill a gap in the market that…

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The 2.7 is the lowest-priced of the three Gran Fondos. All three are based on the same frame — a very modern-looking carbon monocoque with a UD finish — and…

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Bringing yet another frame material into the equation, the Genesis Equilibrium range offers something for the traditionalist. With the exception of the titanium flagship, the Ti, the Equilbrium range of…

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While both manufacturer and model name could conjure up images of a Tuscan assembly line full of Italian passione, the truth is that five-year-old firm Moda is born and bred…

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Years of heart-rate monitor use means that you get used to the mildly annoying strap around your chest and accept that it’s just part of the deal. With Mio’s Link,…

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Lake’s entry-level shoes might be the heaviest on test, but then they’re also among the few brands that use real hide. The leather uppers are neatly stitched with soft mesh…

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Recently marked down £20 to fit into the competitive sub-£100 price bracket and to free up a little space further up Giro’s burgeoning shoe range, the Apeckx represents staggering value.…

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