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Crank Brothers b14

Essentially (but say it quietly), a bike is a bike. As such, they function in a similar way, and sometimes unfortunately go wrong in similar ways. When you suffer minor…

£25.00
Score 7

One23 MT 10C

Looking at the cycling multi-tool market, you might consider £11 a steal. However, we approached this product with some scepticism wondering how it could be so much cheaper than the…

£11.00
Score 10

Lezyne Stainless 12

The Lezyne Stainless 12 multi-tool is an exceptionally well-made piece of kit. The construction feels almost industrial but is very well thought out and comfortable to use, and will be a…

£30.00
Score 7

Pro Minitool 11

We tested the Pro Minitool 11 multi-tool alongside a number of other multi-tools from rival brands. The Pro wins the competition for the tiniest tool on test, with this super-slimline offering. As…

£20.00
Score 8

Pedro's ICM

Pedro’s doesn’t do novelty equipment. This tool is on the larger side, thanks in part to the pair of tyre levers attached either side. But including those will save you…

£25.00
Score 9

Work Cycles Blue

He’s big and green, and he can carry about as much as the Incredible Hulk, but as Matt Lamy finds out, Beg Cycles’ Bertie is no monster

Time Fluidity L

We test the mid-range model in Time's first women-specific bike line-up, the Fluidity L

£2,200.00
Score 8

Lightweight Meilenstein wheels

Can the latest Lightweight wheels live up to the firm’s reputation and justify the £2,999 price tag?

£2,999.99
Score 10

Tern Link Uno

So it may have caused the Hon family to fall out big time, but at least the creation of Tern bikes has spawned some very nifty machines, such as this…

BAM bamboo jersey

If you care about where your clothing comes from and what affect the making of it had on the environment, this bamboo jersey could float your boat

£40.00
Score 7