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CamelBak RaceBak

On the road, the bidon rules, and hydration packs are a hard sell, but the CamelBak RaceBak is, uniquely, built into a base layer. A quality base layer is vital…

Score 9


Gore RideOn cables

Gore RideOn inner cables are Gore-Tex coated, within a sealed liner from end to end. The Gore-Tex protects the cable from corrosion and significantly reduces drag, improving function. They’re expensive,…

Score 9


Rapha arm warmers

The devil’s in the detail and these left and right-handed, typically ‘Rapha-esque’ arms are stylish. The Italian Roubaix fabric of the Rapha arm warmers is soft, stretchy, and fits comfortably…

Score 9


Pearl Izumi Optik

The Pearl Izumi Optik jacket is incredibly light, yet it’s amply windproof and shower resistant. Beyond light showers, moisture comes through, but it’s far better than nothing. A form-fitting cut…

Score 9


Zipp 808

Originally intended for time trial bikes, the Zipp 808 wheelset is increasingly a popular choice for road racing and has been redesigned for 2009.With the 82mm-deep rims, these are the…

Score 10


Kinesis KR510

Review of the Kinesis KR510, an alloy frame with carbon seatstays

Score 7


Boardman Pro Carbon

Review of the Boardman Pro Carbon, a sub 16lb carbon bike for just under £1,500

Score 10


Trek 1.9 WSD

Trek’s development of the Women’s Specific Design (WSD) range means that there are now six WSD bikes in the range, from the carbon Madone to the entry-level 1.2. Our Trek…

Score 8


Corima Aero+ Tubeless

Review of the Corima Aero+ Tubeless review, the first all-carbon tubeless wheel

Score 9


Pedal Force RS2

A year ago word reached me that US-based mail order company Pedal Force was offering quality carbon frames, like the Pedal Force RS2, at ridiculously low prices on a ‘group…

Score 9


S60 wheels

SRAM’s wheel range is an inevitable offshoot from its recent acquisition of the Zipp brand, and as such you’ll spot more than a few similarities to Zipp’s ‘more affordable’ Flashpoint…

Score 9


Park Tool TW1 torque wrench

Review of the Park Tool TW1, a beam-style torque wrench from US bike tool specialist Park

Score 3


Ritchey torque key

We review Ritchey's simplified torque key that only has one setting and uses one size of Allen key – but that's fine!

Score 10


Norbar SLO 1-20Nm

We review the Norbar SLO 1-20Nm, the British tool manufacturer's quality offering that will last a lifetime

Score 9