Warm, breathable midweight jersey for a variety of off-season temperatures
Sturdy, if expensive, way to add 50mm of extra handlebar space for accessories
Cheap enough to be a staple item in your wardrobe, but slightly fragile material and very small sizing
No frills, but a very good basic light
Great visibility, but light fabric makes it vulnerable to everyday nicks and scrapes
The Fusions do a lot of things well and will keep you toasty down into freezing temperatures, but a couple of niggles will hold them back for some.
Low weight combined with excellent stiffness and strength makes these an excellent alternative to big brand name 'designer wheels' around this price
Well built, refreshingly simple bib tights, perfect for layering to suit the weather conditions, and comfy too
Copes effectively with the British weather and still looks stylish and subtly distanced from cycling
Solid investment for anyone who rides in really filthy conditions and wants to stay warm and dry
Gimmicky quick-release rear mudguard for road bikes: lighting, meh; clamp, poor
Provides enough warmth for all your winter needs, but at a cost above most of its competition
Compact, lightweight, rechargeable rear light with excellent all-round visibility, but slightly pricy
Feature-packed bar bag that works well with other Pack 'n' Pedal bags, but fairly expensive
Aprire might be the newest bicycle brand on the block, but the Vincenza shows they've done their homework, it's truly a cracking frame - in a good way - that is a delight to ride
Durable, waterproof and comfy shoulder bag; pity it won't take a laptop
Neprene gloves giving good wet-weather protection for your hands, but a design oddity means chilly wrists.
Lightweight, tough & simple USB lights, but retention straps aren't great & moisture sealing's a worry.
Superb fit, fabric, features & looks make this a stunning jacket for brisk riding
If you want your phone where you can see it, get a bar bag or a handlebar mount instead