Lightweight protection from the wind and road spray that packs down small enough to carry in a rear pocket.
Tiny but perfectly formed multi-tool that offers peace of mind if you need to make some adjustments out on the road.
Lightweight and easy to fit power meter that gives results comparable to much more expensive systems.
Supremely warm, comfortable and nicely styled, with the Rapha Premium even not too ruinous.
Could use a few component changes but at its heart the Giulia is fast, efficient and good value.
Sturdy, well-made bag that handily converts to a shoulder bag, but expensive.
Surprisingly grippy gloves for spring and autumn with the added advantage of being compatible with touchscreens.
High quality windproof gilet that keeps your torso insulated on windy days.
Useful option for autumn weather to keep toes from getting chilly in well ventilated cycling shoes.
Well equipped and surprisingly quick flat-bar pothole-basher with lots of upgrade and adaptation potential
Warm, comfortable leg warmers with the added bonus of being water repellent.
Impressive quality and cold weather performance so far but only for the cold-but-fair weather cyclist.
High performing gel with carbohydrates for energy and caffeine for enhanced results
A love it or hate it fit but a good pad and top notch build quality.
Very good rear light, let down only by slightly fiddly control system and the likely need to install long cables to the bike.
Excellent socks for winter riding. Extremely comfortable and fairly priced, but make sure your shoes are roomy enough.
Stylish minimalist saddle bag that doesn't ruin the looks of your nice bike.
After a month of steady use the unit has presented no particular flaws and has felt sturdy and safe around my most precious cargo.
A smooth-rolling easy-handling cyclo cross bike that's ready to race but easily adapts to everyday utility use.
Big, safe and comfortable helmet, but a few quirky features means it may not suit everyone. Expensive too.