The Cobb Plus is not a nice saddle to look at, but it is one of the most comfortable I have ever tried, particularly on long rides and on time…
The Suffolk 105 is a quality aluminium road bike from Whyte, with nice spec and some good features. It rolls well and is stable but is no lightweight
The Look Replica Team Aero bib shorts include anti-abrasion panels to reduce road rash in case you crash. We've seen how they perform if you stay upright.
We've tested Uvex's photochromatic sunnies through the highlights and lowlights of a British summer.
The gold Nacer Bouhanni tribute edition of the Ekoi Guerra sunglasses won't be for everyone, but you can get them in plainer colours too (saving a few quid).
The Specialized SL Pro Jersey is certainly a great jersey. It's not crazy light (164 grams) but is breathable, however it's still a bit expensive at £100.
The Knog Blinder MOB V is a very smart rear light which you won't need cable charge as it features an integrated USB plug that can survive all conditions.
The new Castelli Mondiale bib shorts are top-notch with few seams, innovative features, the comfortable Progetto X2 Air seatpad and understated looks.
Mornflake Go! high protein porridge is made of oat flakes supplemented with 12% soya protein, uppting its protein content to 21% for an extra morning boost.
The Scott Addict CX10 is claimed to have the lightest cyclocross frameset in the world. The size medium bike we have in for test here weighs 7.73kg.
At £60 for the pair, the NiteRider Lumina Micro 450/Sabre 50 combo represent great value and will be more than bright enough unless you're going off-road.
One of the most comfortable pairs of cycling shorts that money can buy, the Sportful Super Total Comfort bib shorts certainly justify their high price tag.
Starting from just £530, the Ribble 7005 Sportive represents excellent value for money, and is an excellent choice if you're looking for a first road bike.
If you're after a cycle computer that isn't a Garmin, the Wahoo Elemnt could be a good alternative, being dead easy to set up and with good functionality.
When I walked into the Just eBike shop in Notting Hill, the Coboc One eCycle was the first thing I noticed. I was surrounded by commuting bikes with racks on…
The Cateye Volt 800 is a good and solid front light, that does a good job lighting up the road ahead. However I found it a bit heavy, but the…
Lusso is known for its UK made cycling kit which is designed for the British rider and good value. The Lusso Air-16 is its lightweight jersey for riding in hot…
The Guee Sol 700 Plus is a very compact and well performing front light with a great ambient sensor that gives power according to the external light conditions
We've put the Light & Motion Urban 850 Trail front light through its paces, being impressed by its brightness, but side illumination could be better.
Edco Roches are designed to be a solid wheels for everyday use, being tubeless-ready and with a wide internal rim width, but they could be more comfortable.
The NiteRider Sentinel 150 is a very good rear light with impressive brightness and a neat feature that projects a lazer bike lane onto the road behind you.
The Specialized Tarmac Expert sits in the middle of the American company's range, with an top frame that is stiff and light, but the wheels could be better.
The snappily-named Assos T.laalalai shorts_s7 bib shorts offer the high quality and excellent comfort that you'd expect from a £160 pair of women's shorts.
The Vitus Mach 3 Disc is a hybrid bike sold by Chain Reaction Cycles. It rides well and is comfortable around town with a nice spec for the price
Good value, easy to use, and gathering all your vital stats, the Cateye Velo Wireless computer is a great choice for those just starting out in road cycling.