High-end race bike that combines a light weight and an excellent level of frame stiffness, resulting in a superb performance
Slightly quaint but nonetheless very capable pairing for commuting and less demanding nocturnal riding
Secure, but heavy and bulky system to attach and use your phone from your handlebars
Stiff, light race wheels that perform well across the board
Pretty impressive mudguard for its small size but hugely expensive
Low bulk, high performing stylish commute wear, perfect for city riding
Smooth, comfortable and extremely fast US handbuilt titanium cyclo-cross bike
Surprisingly effective tertiary lighting that's delightfully frugal to run
Easy to use kit cleaner and deodorizer to avoid those whiffy helmet gags
Now with proper dual control, Sora is fantastic value and as good as it's ever been. Only the brakes let it down.
Understated design that packs a much bigger punch than some designer names
Plenty of light and useful modes, but idiosyncratic shape and mounting let it down.
Innovative breathable jacket for cold, dry winter weather
Well-priced GPS unit with easy upgrades
Mirror, mirror, on my arm: Why am I looking at the sky?
One of the best 'commuter' lights available. Very hard to fault.
Nifty design and top quality but the performance falls short especially considering the price
High-quality jacket with good breathability, in a slim, sporty cut
Top of the pile for mapping-capable, bar-mounted GPS units, but not without its limitations.
Cleverly designed and very comfortable to carry off the bike. The price for that is both cost and weight.