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Review of the Milani Velocita Urbana as part of a fixed gear grouptest

£1,795.00
Score 7

cateye strada wireless

The Cateye Strada Wireless is a super neat computer. Smaller than an average wristwatch, it’s just 4.5cm x 3cm x 1cm, but with the screen taking up the majority of…

£49.99
Score 9

Like any contact point on the bike, comfort is the main consideration when choosing handlebar tape. This reasonably priced bar tape from Pro has lasted remarkably well and provided an…

£9.99
Score 10

Mule Bars were developed by a guy who wasn’t impressed with the selection of energy bars available. He started making his own in the kitchen and after feedback from friends…

£1.30
Score 10

Shimano, Campagnolo and SRAM all set such high standards that purchasing aftermarket brakes needs to be justifiable. The TRP R950SL is lightweight, 270g a pair, and they’re a great looking…

£0.00
Score 9

More and more manufacturers are catching on to the benefits of building wheels with a PowerTap hub at the rear and Mavic is the biggest so far to do so…

£1,850.00
Score 6

It’s been a while since a bike arrived in the CW office that drew the sort of attention gained by the Charge Skewer — a good start. Started four years…

£1,499.00
Score 7

It’s been some time in the making but Time has introduced a sportive-specific bike in the form of the Time VRS Vibraser. With much of the Time range made up…

£2,649.00
Score 8

We rode one of the first working prototypes of the electronic Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 over a year ago, and it’s taken until now for it to be available on production…

£2,699.82
Score 10

Steel is the new carbon and nobody does it better than Dario Pegoretti, who has been hand-building frames in northern Italy since 1987. Pegoretti calls steel ‘our’ material and he…

£1,600.00
Score 9

You can’t be too careful if you don’t want your expensive kit half-inched. Even a garage/shed can be hard to secure — the Trimetals Protectacycle is a great solution. It…

£550.00
Score 8

DT Swiss has long been associated with bike wheels, as its original area of expertise was spokes. More recently it has moved into whole wheels, with its top models being…

£425.25
Score 8

Packing bike bags can be a chore, yet cutting corners could prove costly. The Anti-Shock bike bag frame, exclusive to Geoffrey Butler Cycles, looks a touch ‘Heath Robinson’ but it’s…

£54.99
Score 9

Having had no punctures over the winter period using Vittoria Pave tyres, I was feeling a little smug. Famous last words, as I then blew it all with a rookie…

£2.99
Score 10

Base layers are a bit like pants; you always have favourites that you look through the pile to find. Craft’s Pro ZERO Extreme is a recent addition to my kit…

£23.00
Score 10

First things first – the Panaracer Extreme Jet Tubular is an expensive tubular tyre. With that out of the way it’s worth considering what it’s designed for. As a sponsor…

£69.99
Score 7

The most simplistic and minimal bags are always the best and the Scicon manages to slip into this bracket. Just screw the Roller System fixing clamp to the rails and…

£19.99
Score 8

Technology-wise there is a lot to talk about with Bell’s top of the range helmet. A carbon substructure adds integrity and allows larger vents than the previous version, while X-Static…

£129.99
Score 8

Review of the Satmap Active 10, a cycling-specific GPS device and cycle computer

£299.00
Score 7

Review of the GTrek Data Logger, a GPS route logging device.

£99.99
Score 8

Review of the Garmin 705, a bike-specific GPS device and cycle computer

£359.99
Score 10

Containing shea butter, Udderly SMOOth, developed in the USA, is thick and non-greasy when applied. The consistency is excellent for long distances and helps prevent chafing even on the hottest…

£6.99

Built on the platform of the extremely popular SLR saddle, the Selle Italia SLR Gel Flow Team Edition has big shoes to fill. Featuring a slightly stiffer base, padding that…

£93.99
Score 10