Great little digest of UK climbs; every cycling home should have one
A solid, reliable and well built pump. Pleasant to use and effective. And it looks nice!
Everything you want from a cycling sock, unless one of the things you want is for it to be cheap.
A very handy and reasonably priced all-in-one energy product with carbo, protein and some vital minerals; ideal for longer races, sportives, and other endurance events
Simple-to-use PC-compatible bike computer with heart rate and altimeter functions; pricey though
A good way to take on protein, and very flavoursome. They're not cheap, but the price is on a par with many other energy foods.
Some useful bike-specific features but the lack of a technical fabric limits its versatility
Well made, user friendly and easy to fit. You're paying extra for some quirky features in addition to the usual.
Beautiful and very sturdy old school clips and straps but leather detailing requires care
Superbly engineered road racing hubs that are both lightweight and tough – they'll last an age
Very comfortable shorts, ideal for summer training or sportive riding, at a good price
Cool and grippy mitts – but check the padding is positioned where you like it
Nicely designed alternative to panniers for training and day riding
A really neat package – especially if the fold is as important to you as the ride
Comfortable, well-made shirt with some good design features, for use on and off the bike
A great tasting energy gel made from natural ingredients. It really works, too.
A very good pair of glasses at a very reasonable price.
Lightweight merino/acrylic jersey with a decent performance and masses of style
Fortified carb/protein recovery drink to help you get the maximum benefit from your training
Top dollar pair of shorts with performance to match. Superb