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Mio-Link-heart-rate-band

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,…

£89.95
Score 9

Lake-CX160

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…

£79.99
Score 7

Giro-Apeckx

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.…

£99.99
Score 10

Spiuk-Brios-01

For £10 shy of our £100 limit, there’s a lot going on with these Spanish road shoes. Ventilation is generous with channelling throughout the sole to keep feet cool on…

£89.95
Score 8

DMT-Aries

Unashamedly pitched as a shoe for beginners and touring riders, the Aries is more about comfort than it is competition. The three broad Velcro straps ensure a snug fit though…

£78.00
Score 7

LG-Revo-XR3

Comfortable from the first turn of the pedals, with a secure feel thanks to strong Velcro and a decent ratchet, the Revo XR3 shoes both feel and look way more…

£99.99
Score 9

Pearl-Izumi-Select-Road

The Select Road shoes come up quite small — more so in length than in width — so you may need to go up a size. Sizing issues aside, the…

£89.99
Score 8

Shimano-R107

Just like the £50 more expensive R170 that won last year’s big group test, the R107 is a no-nonsense, no-frills shoe that is quite simply brilliant. With an almost identical…

£99.99
Score 9

Specialized-BG-Elite

A well-padded tongue and heel cup lend a real luxury feel to these shoes. The slightly square and narrow toe box takes some breaking in, but is extremely comfortable once…

£90.00
Score 8

Northwave-Sonic-SRS

Malleable, soft leather and a reasonably wide fit made these shoes very comfortable from the off. The heel cups are snug and eliminate any rub or slippage, even when pushing…

£99.99
Score 9

Vittoria-Pista-CS-Elite-tubular-track-tyre

It might seem a tricky task to complete a ‘100 miles later’ test on a velodrome, but with local track leagues kicking off recently, it’s been the ideal time to…

£58.99
Score 9

Giant-Deft-Composite-1

Giant is the worlds largest bike manufacturer and supports all forms of cycling, Stu Clapp tests the Defy Composite 1 road bike

£1,599.00
Score 8

Canton-Ultimate-CF-SL-9.0

Canyon's Ultimate CF SL 9.0 road bike scores highly on our Shimano Ultegra group bike test, let's see how it gets on...

£1,899.00
Score 10

Enve-3.4-SES

When it comes to technical info, Enve definitely goes for a ‘more is more’ approach. And when you’re asking £2,500 for a set of wheels that’s a good job too.…

£2,500.00
Score 9

Reynolds-stratus-Pro

Stratus Pros are the top aluminium-rimmed road wheels on offer from Reynolds. At a claimed 1,445g, they are light and extremely stiff, meaning they spin up to speed quickly and…

£649.99
Score 7

3T-Accelero-40-Team-whees

On paper, 3T’s Accelero wheelset looks perfect for those wishing to use their ‘best’ wheels throughout the summer months and not just for events. Bucking the trend for full carbon…

£1,299.00
Score 6

Dymag-38mm-carbon-wheels

Already an established name in the highest echelons of motorcycle racing, Dymag’s first foray into the world of cycling came with a suitably high level of expectation. However, first impressions…

£1,599.96
Score 3

Hope-Hoops-Stans-Alpha-Pro-3-Evo-wheels

Hope Technology has a strong mtb background, so we were confident in its ability to make a strong set of disc wheels for the road. Hope’s Pro Evo hubs have…

£380.00
Score 9