The relatively low price of Xpresso 2s makes them a sensible place to start if you're a newcomer to road-specific click-in pedals.
Not as obviously effective as the accompanying cooling gel, but pleasant enough to use.
The claims for the ingredients and their effects sound ambitious but the feel-good effect is fairly potent.
Smart-looking comfortable shoes with decent stiffness levels. BOA retention is a bonus at this price.
If you want a good value jersey you can throw on and forget, you'll want the Diffuser.
Excellent out-front mount for a Garmin Edge computer.
A quirky looking Dutch bike that is simple, robust and innovative. And slow and heavy. You will either love it or hate it, and sometimes both.
Not without niggles but still one of the best backup lights you can buy, as it's always there.
A smart looking bit of finishing kit for your GT bike, or any other for that matter
No nonsense, non-green wipes for almost every occasion.
A tasty snack packed full of protein, carbohydrates and sugar but leaves you feeling unsatisfied.
Quirky looking mech that shifts really sweetly - a shrewd option for budget builds and/or working bikes with wider gear ratios.
Quality bib shorts with plenty of comfort from a well chosen chamois pad.
Promising concept but pricey given its distinctly average performance.
Very well made floor pump with a strong performance to justify the price.
Well made out-front mount for your Bryton. A bit expensive though.
Comfortable and grippy gloves for keeping the chills off in autumn and spring.
A good value, carbon seatpost with bags of adjustability making it ideal for riders looking to refine their saddle position.
Among the more convincing of "clip ons" but mono stay concept could be improved.
Effective and tasty energy gels. Bulky compared to most competitors, but good value.