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Gaerne-G.Chrono-plus-road-shoe

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,…

£280.00
Storck Aernario 
Disc G1

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

£6,599.00
Score 9

Forme-Axe-Edge-1.0

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…

£1,399.99
Score 8

Fuji-Gran-Fondo-2.7

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…

£1,400.00
Score 8

Genesis-Equilibrium-20

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…

£1,299.99
Score 8

Modo-Vivo

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…

£1,499.99
Score 9

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