The Mavic Cosmic Ultimate shoes which offer the ventilation and stiff sole that you'd expect from such a pricey pair of shoes, with wide fit available too.
The airy climber's jersey of the Italian brand's range, the Sportful R&D Ultralight jersey offers lightweight breathability for really hot days on the bike.
Let’s clear the field: with a price of £3,250 the Cannondale Synapse Carbon Disc Ultegra Di2 it is not a cheap bike. However, its set-up – which includes a Shimano Ultegra…
The Guee Aero-X rear light is a good rear light if you need something that will fit an aero seatpost, just be careful not to snap the rubberised bands.
The De Rosa Vega offers very good handling and a full Shimano Ultegra groupset, but doesn't have the lively ride that you'd expect from an Italian stallion.
The NoPinz/Aerocoach ATS Trip Suit is one of the most technically advanced skinsuits currently on the market, with top aerodynamics and a comfortable pad.
The Cateye Volt 1200 front light is a more than bright enough to light up the darkest country lanes and also has excellent battery life and tool-free mount.
There's a lot to like about the Blackmore Stripe jersey with its stylish design and breathable fabric, but the fit isn't up to scratch for a race jersey.
The Montague Boston is a folding bike which rolls on full-sized 700C wheels without taking up too much storage space. It's single speed too.
The Fizik R1B Uomo shoes are exquisite shoes that are light, stiff and comfortable. However they're eye-wateringly expensive and difficult to keep clean.
The B’Twin 700 Warm Weather Mesh baselayer does a great job of keeping you riding in hot weather, but the one size fits all approach won't be good for all.
We've tested the water-resistant, fleeced Café du Cycliste Jeanne bib shorts. They're very comfortable and the water resistant treatment is highly durable.
Mavic Cosmic Pro gloves are designed for hot summer riding. At just 30g and with no padding they're a minimalist option. We've taken a look at how they perform.
A monster waterproof seat pack, the Blackburn Outpost seat pack will carry up to 11 litres and 4.5kg without needing to add a rack. But only with an alloy seatpost.
The Northwave Extreme shoes are stiff, comfortable and well-ventilated shoes, but are let down by the in-house dials that are fiddly compared to Boas.
The new Shimano 105 groupset made the jump up to 11-speed in 2015, and with improved shifting and faultless braking it's very impressive
The dhb Classic bib shorts have a very minimal and classic design, but their comfort and performance can still compete with the top-end of other brands.
A super light and breathable jersey from Castelly, ideal for the summer and warm days
The B'Twin Triban 520 claims to set the bench mark for what an entry level road bike should be. We loved the previous Triban, but how does new one perform?
The Exustar E-PR2 pedals are compatible with Look Keo cleats and have really high quality bearings for what are not super-expensive clipless pedals.
The Pearl Izumi Pro Aero gloves is the final piece that will complete your Pearl Izumi kit, which features an aero jersey (the Pro LTD Speed jersey) and a bib…
The Fenwick’s Stealth Road Bike Kit includes all the basic products needed to give your grimy bike the TLC it deserves, but could do with a few brushes.
The Raleigh Mustang Comp is a nice off-road ride and with quality components including a SRAM Rival 1 groupset. You'll need better tyres for the mud though.
A complete review of the Shimano Claris groupset, including its shifitng and braking performance, value for money, and how it compares to Sora and Tiagra.
The low rim weight of the Reynolds Attack Disc wheels make them sharp when accelerating or climbing, but the lack of thru-axle adaptors is disappointing.