A great value and great performing rear mudguard, pure and simple
Super-comfortable bib tights thanks to a great pad and well-thought-out fit – they put more expensive tights to shame
Smooth and versatile steel frame with wonderful handling on and off-road
Smart city gloves that won't detract from your commuter outfit
Light, fast, stiff and strong, and very, very versatile
Really high quality hardshell with pro-level fit and performance
Impressive waterproofing, but there are better backpacks available for the money
Excellent aero wheelset offering a compelling combination of speed, stability and good braking
Makes tubeless tyre inflation a doddle, but expensive unless you can justify using it on a regular basis or you have lots of wheels
Good looking and surprisingly refined commuter/utility helmet but additional weight is noticeable over longer distances
Lights up the road ahead and makes you visible, great for commuting, but quite a long charging time
Truly awesome race bike with aerodynamics that work in the real world, coupled with a forgiving ride
Awesome large volume race tyres, but they could be a little too specific for day-to-day use
Great for the coldest days but breathability doesn't match its weather-cheating prowess
Engaging and versatile disc-ready frameset that'll take rim brakes too
Decent option for quick inflation of wider section tyres let down by so-so mounting bracket.
The Sigma Rear Brake Light is a great idea, but in practice it fails to deliver any benefit
A pricey but effective sealant for tubeless tyres - possibly the last bottle of sealant you may ever have to buy.
Highly versatile baselayer just at home racing as it is pootling about.
Looks good, performs very well and is made in the UK – a good value for money buy